This weekend, in between validatint my code, football, and SoCom II, I ran into a cool project that I think is worth mentioning: Darwine. For people like me that do not always have access to a PC but believes in QA for multiple browsers/platforms, there are times when all I need is IE for Windows. I do not want to buy a PC or super slow Virtual PC…I just need to open a window or two in IE, look at it, make adjustments to my code and get on with my day. Enter: Darwine. Darwine is an open source project/port of Wine for Darwin/Mac OS X. Darwine (and Wine) provide users like me who only need to use an application or two the abilty to do so without using Windows. Very cool. The project is still in the early stages, but something to watch in the next few months.
Operation Sarah Connor
Well I got the call last night. One of my good friends (Ben you know who) called to tell me she is getting married in October…and that I am going to be a bridesmaid. (Yes, Doug you can have a picture). So today, I am officially start my training for Operation Sarah Connor: get fit. […]
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Clean Code With Tidy
When I first started creating web pages with using SimpleText or BBEdit, my code was super clean…it might not have been as complicated as it now, but everything was in it’s place and it was damn impressive to look at. Enter in GoLive CyberStudio (now Adobe GoLive). Lots of great features and awesome site management, […]