Monthly Archives: August 2011

Loving the fonts

I’ve been working on a new UI for web apps in the OPML Editor. Along the way I decided to re-work the logo for the OPML Editor itself. Ain’t it pretty!

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Re the US embassy cables

I received an inquiry from a reporter asking my opinion, as a Wikileaks “supporter,” about the security breach which resulted in the unintentional release of unedited US embassy cables. In keeping with my no interviews policy, here’s the full text … Continue reading

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Google-Plus is about money

Sometimes here on Scripting News we get the news before it is news. Andy Carvin asked Eric Schmidt why they only accept real names. He said it’s because it’s an identity service. On 7/26/11 I wrote that Google-Plus is a … Continue reading

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Engaging with Irene

I’m sure I’m not alone waiting out Irene with CNN and MSNBC on in the background, while I try to do other things, including Twitter, blogging, and a little light coding. (I’m playing with Twitter’s Bootstrap user interface kit. I’m … Continue reading

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Serious storm headed here

On Tuesday we had a real earthquake in NYC, and on Sunday it looks like we’re going to have a hurricane. People here didn’t understand what an earthquake is about, and luckily (knock wood) so far there have been no … Continue reading

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Last ride before Irene?

Maybe the last ride before the hurricane hits? Thanks to Russ Gum, I know how to keep the iPhone from shutting off while I’m riding, so I get a constant readout. There is something it’s useful for. With the GPS … Continue reading

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Music for a hurricane

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