US Broadband market breaks 40%. Soon to come—the megabyte home page.
World Domination for Small Web Businesses. When a slow economy seems to say ‘generalize’, that strategy may work against you.
OPML list of spammer IP’s. They take submissions.
Vuitton sues Google. And others are waiting in the wings.
People are turning their backs on email, because of spam. “... new data from a national survey suggest that spam is beginning to undermine the integrity of email and to degrade the online experience.” Someone actually paid for a survey, to figure that out?
Brainstorms and Raves:
GetFree script automatically downloads and installs Mozila Firebird and Mozilla Thunderbird. OpenOffice and Gaim, too.
Balancing visual and structural complexity in interaction design. “Research has shown that users generally find information faster in broad and shallow menu architectures than narrow and deep ones.”
Itching to get my mangy mitts
“Mid Pass Filter.” For dealing CSS style sheets to IE5.x/Windows.
HITS = How Idiots Track Success. In reference to website popularity.
Proactive cures for future pains in the ass. Preparing for the upcoming changes in Internet Explorer.
Macromedia responds to Eolas case. What a royal pain in the tush.
“Bare Bones, No Crap, CSS Text Control Primer.” Wendy Peck does the CSS newbie a great service.
Fountain of truth? “Dr. Tomkins hopes to create an ecosystem of service providers who will use the WebFountain service to analyse the web in different ways to serve different markets.”
Veen, The business value of web standards. My italics. Perhaps nothing is earth-shatteringly new here ... but this is a nice, authoritative source to back up your XHTML/CSS thrust to clients and employers. The “save money” concept always rings bells.
UK bans spam. “Under the new law, companies will have to get permission from an individual before they can send them an e-mail or text message. But the regulations do not cover business e-mail addresses, despite some calls for a blanket ban on spam.”