today’s cultural event: went to see the exhibition, Blumenmythos, at the Fondation Beyeler in Riehen (along with hundreds of other visitors). The show is a “must see”. Some of my favorites: David Hockney, Mount Fuji and Flowers, 1972 Andy Warhol, Flowers, series, 10 sheets, 1970 I’ll probably go back on a quieter day to see […]
Just got back from the Swiss Bloggers meetup in downtown Basel. It was fun sharing experiences and talking about tools and seeing the blogger “in person”. As bamboozled had announced a couple of journalists came by asking questions about blogs, star bloggers… and the future development of blogs.
Worries about rich web applications: I know I’m just one quiet voice in a storm, but if you are thinking of developing any kind of “rich” web application, please, please, embrace all the aspects of the web experience we all love so much rather than rejecting them for your own preferences and assumptions. Don’t make […]
Even introverts influence other people. Sociologists tell us the most introverted of people will influence 10,000 others in an average lifetime. Wow. How many people might you influence, seeing that you actually want to make a difference in the lives of other people? source: paraphrase from one of John C. Maxwell’s books on leadership I […]
Ten Reasons Why Blogging is Good For Your Career You have to get noticed to get promoted. You have to get noticed to get hired. It really impresses people when you say “Oh, I’ve written about that, just google for XXX and I’m on the top page” or “Oh, just google my name.” No matter […]
If you’re still using HomeSite 4.5.1 on XP and you’ve activated automatic updates, you can start looking for an alternative HTML editor. I am. Couple of days ago my HomeSite kept crashing, everytime I clicked the Design tab. Displaying the following error message: No such interface supported. A DHTML patch in one of the recent […]