New Flickr Images

When Flickr first began, I was intrigued by the hype and set up an account. After loading a few images, I frankly lost interest. I didn’t like the idea of putting a lot of time and energy uploading my work to someone else’s server. I wanted to work with a photo gallery that could be… Continue reading New Flickr Images

Yahoo! maps

When I began working for Yahoo! last month, I became privy to some exciting projects in the works. Unfortunately, I couldn’t tell anyone. I’d just say to my family and friends, this place has some amazing things in the works. Well, today I can announce my favorite new Yahoo! tool. Yahoo! has taken the online… Continue reading Yahoo! maps

Standards-based web development resources made even easier

Chris Pederick of the all mighty Web Developer Toolbar mentioned a great service today on his blog. Rollyo allows you to create your own personal search page that is super easy to build. I’ve jumped at the chance to build a firefox toolbar to search the best standards-based resources available (and my site to boot.)… Continue reading Standards-based web development resources made even easier

The joy of emoticon code

At Yahoo!, we use IM constantly to share ideas, trouble-shoot, and challenge each other to a game of foosball. I tend to use it mostly for bragging about squashing my foosball opponent (I cheat like crazy!). Once in a while, we will post a snippet of code in the messenger and our lovely code takes… Continue reading The joy of emoticon code

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