Olympic Imagery 2006
The Winter Olympics 2006 in Turin are going to break loose some time next week. In case you didn’t know. In any case I just found out about the new ‘identity’ of The Games. Poynter Online is running a small story about the visual identity: Knowing Your Audience: Lessons from Olympic Imagery Where the story […]
Google Code: Web Authoring Statistics
Over at Google Code they ran a survey, in December 2005, looking at a couple of webpages trying to find out which elements and their respective attributes are used most. And more importantly how they are used. We took a sample of slightly over a billion documents, and looked at what elements were used on […]
Which Browsers matter in 2006?
If you are planning to build or rebuild a site this year you may wonder at some point which browsers you should support. If not, you should! Just looking at your new design in IE 6 is no guarantee it works and behaves the same in any other browser. Not that long ago the browser […]
RE: Adobe looking for a Gecko expert
That is what the below job offering says. But I’m not quite sure what it is they’re building. Remember the Adobe & Macromedia merger? So it’s quite obvious that the the product lines of both will be merged. Meaning Flash and PDF …
WordPress 2.0 Cache Is Broken!
As of version 2.0 of WordPress you’ll get a caching feature, which means it’ll ‘remember’ the most frequent accessed static information from your blog. This way it’s supposed to not bother the database but make a ‘fast trip’ to the server to fetch these pieces of info. In the end this should make your weblog […]
Google Earth for Mac, download now
It’s official! Google Earth for the Mac is here. While Google Earth for the PC was stripped off its beta status, they’ve also released the Mac version. You’ll need OS X 10.4 and up (see the requirements). Get Google Earth for Mac (or PC) Read the official anouncement and Stefan from Ogle Earth already has […]
Is WordPress 2.0 that sluggish?
Directly after upgrading this weblog, little over a week ago, I felt it was a little bit sluggish. Compared to the 1.5 version I was running before. Maybe it could be just the webserver as I’m running on a shared hosting solution. Therefore one of the neighbours could be having a party… again. 🙁 But […]
Learning 101 – IKEA style
Don’t ask me how I got subscribed to Will’s Weblogg-ed. But reading today’s post on ‘Learning 101‘ leaves me with an ‘IKEA‘-feel to it. Especially: Use visuals! Use the filmaker (and novelist) principle of SHOW-don’t-TELL. Use “chunking” to reduce cognitive overhead. Don’t rob the learner of the opportunity to think! Context matters. … To name […]
ThinkLemon in *Alpha* stage 3: TO-DO list
Now that I’ve taken some days off between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, this is a good time to look at and think about this site. Since May I started some things that are still unfinished. Not to mention the things I haven’t even begun with. Just to keep track on all of it, a […]
Oh no, another upgrade. Now I’ve got one more thing to add to my to-do-list this holiday. 🙁 🙂 Download WordPress 2.0 *Add to to-do: Call bosses to ask for another week off. 😉 Update: Although there have been some reviews/critiques up, Matt himself has posted a lengthy post highlighting the … ehr … highlights […]