I saw this image the other day that reminded from where we came in the world of programming. Programmers used to punch holes in a program tape to make a bug fix, or enhance a program. Now, we can open our IDE, or text editor, change the file that’s throwing an error, and commit that change […]
There are always new things to work on, learn, and play around with, when it comes to the web. So, I wanted to share a few of those technologies that have been occupying my time as of late. As of late, I’ve been having a blast working on i18n (internationalization) for Aesop Story Engine. The […]
Om Malik has a candid conversation with Matt Mullenweg.
I thought it’d be great to capture some of my favorite moments on Twitter by making a post with a few highlights from this last week. Note: If I left a great tweet out, let me know.
So, without further ado, here you go: