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I was playing with an opera company in the city last night, May 21, and went outside after the second act. I hadn’t noticed that any significant portion of the cast, orchestra or audience disappeared, and the streets seemed pretty much normal.
But then, I was in Manhattan so what did I expect?
A new site this month, The Vintage Web features links and commentary on frozen-in-time web sites, celebrating their special 1997ishness.
Rick Moran’s running commentary on this season of “24″ is spot-on. One of the things that makes America the greatest country in the history of the world is that liberals and conservatives alike can join hands and agree that Chloe is awesome.
Right Here. That animated gif of the bear kills me.
This [link] gives me mixed emotions. I worked on the first site listed in the linked from its inception through 2005. And while I haven’t worked on it since December ’05 apparently no one else has either (the graph to the left tails off at November, 2005, the last month …
I’m working on a Web site for First Night of Maplewood/South Orange. And I’m not especially happy with it. I’m finding new and exciting sIFR bugs for which I need to track down some solutions, particularly in how links don’t work in Safari. Probably it would be best to just …
A satirical just-this-close-to-our-own-universe guide to the movies that reveals them for what they almost were.
Here’s another interesting Googlemaps mash-up, rottenneighbor.com. Useful information no doubt; but also no doubt than somewhere sometime it’s going to lead to something ugly. Enter in an address or zip code and you’ll see a map of the neighborhood with little red, yellow or green (mostly red) Monopoly-style houses with …
This site’s design is a little over two years old, and it’s time for a change. I’m working on something that looks roughly like this, though with the spacing and font colors adjusted so it’s legible:
Click through to see the five candidates, and vote for your favorite.
Just cut it out, you guys.
You might be tempted to blow this post off because it’s about Photoshop and you don’t use Photoshop and probably never will. That would be a mistake, because in the “You Suck At Photoshop” series building technical skills is only tangential to the story. The series starts like this: All …