Monthly Archives: June 2004

Umbraco 2.0 is shipping

Umbraco 2.0 is about to be released. I’ve used the first ver­sion on a cou­ple of projects and it really is rather nice! Con­tinue read­ing

Web Development

Faxing on OS X through your mobile

Isn’t that inter­web just great. You real­ize that since this is 2004 and you pride your­self with being all dig­i­tal and mod­ern, the need to fax an agree­ment con­cern­ing a domain name end up being a chal­lenge. Con­tinue read­ing

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Why text-only is bad for you — and everyone else

There are mil­lions of Web users who don’t even con­sider them­selves dis­abled: you might know one as “Dad” or “Grandpa,” who can’t quite see as well as they used to, or never quite got the hang of mou­s­ing around.… And they’re going to get angry, espe­cially if you hard-coded the font size below their abil­ity to read it. Con­tinue read­ing

Web Development

[DK] Duskedamer

Var til Blog’N’Rundbold i går. Ret beset var der nok mere mad og øl, end der var sports­be­tonet fysisk aktivitet, men der blev talt lidt om blog­ging i kro­gene — og hyggeligt var det i hvert fald. Jeg lærte flere … Con­tinue read­ing

Blogging, Misc.
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[DK] Først med nyt om konkurrenten

David Trads for­lader den mindst ringe … kan man læse på Poli­tikens netavis. Infor­ma­tions egen side har noget med skæv køns­fordel­ing i fod­bold­ver­de­nen som tophis­to­rie — nyhe­den om Trads’ afgang er ingen steder at finde. Blot et eksem­pel — det er … Con­tinue read­ing

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Merry christmas

I’ve been feel­ing bad about the look of my com­pany site (heck, it doesn’t even really qual­ify as a site) for quite some time (you can prob­a­bly guess how long by tak­ing a look). But I want to do it … Con­tinue read­ing

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