Posts Tagged: Web Development
From the creator of the GIF: “it’s pronounced JIF, not GIF.” Of course, I’ve known this all along. As with all debates, the important thing is that someone is wrong.
Posted by Steven Garrity on Sunday, October 7, 2012 in Philosophy & Sophistry, Usability & Design, Web Development - 1 comment
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Interesting chart mapping the life, death, and popularity of web browsers over time. I haven’t seen this type of presentation before.
Updated the previous post with a link to the presentation video: A Brief History of Mozilla.com (and .org)
Posted by Steven Garrity on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 in Open Source Software, Mozilla, Usability & Design, Web Development
Reporting today on location in sunny Mountain View, California and the lovely Mozilla headquarters. • I’m doing a talk in the Mozilla lounge about the history of the mozilla websites called A Brief History Mozilla.com (and .org) today (April 12, 2011) at 12:30PM Pacific time (4:30pm Atlantic … read more »
If you’re a web developer, take a few minutes to complete the Mozilla Developer Network survey.
An exciting (to me) video walkthrough of the font control options coming Firefox 3.6 and/or 3.7:
Want to build a social network for the Middle East or North Africa? The US State Department may have $500,000 to $2,500,000 for you.
Posted by Steven Garrity on Tuesday, August 11, 2009 in Usability & Design, Web Development - 8 comments
Our beloved little web development company, silverorange, was incorporated ten years ago today (August 11, 1999). • I’m looking forward to the next ten years.