Via Boing Boing a absolutely brilliant remixing of Craigslist’s for-rent ads data scraped and redisplayed with Google Maps covering houses/apartments for rent/sale within the U.S. only (unfortunately), at HousingMaps. The High quality Data re-presented with the High quality interface of Continue reading ReMixing Craigslist with Google Maps
Coding Time and Date “stuff” is one of the hardest parts of any real world application. It’s messy for reasons beyond the technological ones, but start there, seems like every language does things differently – each languages designer(s) try to Continue reading Doing Time in Code
From theSXSW2005 Interactive conference : How to bluff your way in CSS by Andy Budd & Jeremy Keith. A good Intro to Cascading Style Sheets, the What, Why, When and How. More under the Category:SXSW as I discover them.
From theSXSW2005 Interactive conference : Eric A. Meyer’s presentation on Emergent Semantics and Tantek Çelik’s The Elements of Meaningful XHTML More under the Category:SXSW as I discover them.
Charles Miller aka The Fishbowl comments on a brief Joel Spolsky remark about Google’s Suggest : the XmlHttpRequest technique, as displayed in Gmail, and Google Suggest, represents a new level in Rich Web UI’s. Give that I’ve recent linked to Continue reading The New Web UI and Blogger Tags