Last week I took part in the first italian BarCamp unconference,BzaarCamp, in Milan.
I had the pleasure to meet in real world some notorious names, re-embrace old myths and exchange opinions, rumors and jokes with italic geek unknows before that I straight away add (their blogs, not the persons) to my feedreader. |inline
Some people asked me how to insert the “Web 2.0 ‘exit strategy’ badges” in their sites, so I made -for everyone who want to try to change their life- a .zip with the PNGs and Photoshop sources inside.
Before display the link to it:
3) Don’t forget to link the image to URL: http://lab.centralscrutinizer.it/the-web-20-exit-strategy-badges/
You’ll make my dinner with bread, a little slice of onion and tears under the light of PC less bitter.
This post moved to the address:
– Years and years and years ago, the man disegned the wheel. Today, a wheel show the design of a man: Self_Titled.
– Do you love pixel? I too.
– Writing hacks, part one. “Yes, alcohol is writing’s seductive little mistress. A well timed shot of whiskey can work wonders for the jittery, neurotic mind.” The best friend inside me (that I call Leever) thinks the same thing.
– Have you already tried IE fuc…ehm, IE 7 on your computer? Ok, the standalone version is here.
-You open the door of your office and say to your co-workers: “There…there was a ghostly car in front of my eyes!!” A Guerrilla Adventising driver was at the handwheel, probably. Or you hacked last night (see above).
– “I wanna destrooooy!!!”
– Well, say it (or better, says it). “I’d like a cassette with my name over.” Here is it.
To introduce the topic of this very short post I’ll cite-myself three times:
[…]But I ask myself again: why so few people used or use now horizontal templates?[…] (23 january)
[…]Without losing my mind I taked advantage of the free time for: 1) to begin a new project based on an old idea;[…] (21 march)
[…]Next time we will explore the small world of the horizontal layouts more in the details, […] (31 march)
No, Python and IPv6 aren’t in topic. Either the “Digg effect” applied to love relations, I’m sorry.
With some months of delay, it’s time to ask your opinions about:
This is the second part of a series of three posts dedicated to
In the first part we saw the comparison between its sintax and the one of XML, the ‘chairman’ in the same category; today we’ll speak about some differents between the two formats stopping in particular
on their rule in the client-server interaction. (with some downloadable samples)