A collection of steampunk, retro-tech, and technogothic sites that stir the imagination to consider what things would be like if the Victorian era had continued to include more high-tech gadgets. Includes links to design work influenced by the micro-genre.
Warning – geeky post. I had been putting off setting up an apache test server (Apache 2.2 with PHP 5.5) here in the “lab” until this week and allowed about 30 minutes to set it up. Two hours later I was still mucking about. The Apache service kept colliding with another service on Port 80 […]
I’ve been meaning to post about this for a while, but the ZDNET At The Whiteboard page is probably one of the coolest, geekiest marketing ideas I’ve seen in a while. I found myself chomping to figure out how I might be able to use it someday. Why I like it? a) it’s all content. […]
One of the most important priorities in my life is to, um, have a life. As far as I can tell, most entrepreneurs also have this on their goal-sheet, possibly as their top goal for going into business on their own. So why is it that even the simplest technologies don’t support this? Take soho […]
I think every web designer should have a great setup of monitors. So, even though I’m often ribbed about my bank of three monitors in my office. Now I have a new setup in mind. Wow. This setup rocks 24″ high-resolution screens; industry’s top-quality LCD panels24″ super-premium Samsung LCD panels 5760 by 2400 resolution (6X […]
The Webtrends Enterprise test with Ecometry is going pretty well. I have accurate page names showing in flow funnels and the data all looks about right. The next phase is to get it to feed the subtotal data (ecommerce) into the tags the way WT demands. Kevin Pahl has been very helpful in arranging me […]