Personal notes and observations on design, technology, and building good things. Written by Jeremy Fisher.
Hello Again, World
After an eighteen-year hiatus, I’ve decided to pick up blogging again.
A Computer Was Born
CNET News.com is running a terrific story on the sixtieth anniversary of ENIAC—the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer, one of the world's first computers.
Spend Some Time with Color
A helpful tool for fiddling with color palette ideas.
Seeking to Define Web 2.0
What is Web 2.0? Tim O'Reilly offers a helpful sketch.
Amazon Mechanical Turk
Things are still relatively quiet over at Amazon Mechanical Turk.
Good Designers Redesign...
Cameron Moll has made the point that good designers redesign, while great designers realign.
Some time back, Google acquired Web traffic analytics company Urchin and significantly lowered the price on their hosted services.
The Copyright Flowchart
Baffled by U.S. copyright laws? Join the club. We all know it exists, and we all would prefer to avoid falling on the wrong side of the law.
IE7 Beta Fails CSS Test
Microsoft recently released the first beta of Internet Explorer 7 to the MSDN developer community. Unfortunately, it looks as though IE7 is destined to fail...
Return of Hackers on Macs
Paul Graham points to the migration of the best hackers he knows to the Macintosh platform.
Propellers to Spare
I happened across a fascinating interview with long-time Macintosh software developer Jonathan Wolfgang Von Rentzsch.
A Concise Guide to the Major Internet Bodies
Ever wonder what organizations hold a formative role in steering the Internet and solidifying important standards?
I can highly recommend Tim O’Reilly’s call for sanity, in response to the recent frenzy over Google’s experimental new e-mail service.