Monthly Archives: February 2006

A touchy musical idea…

I had a musical idea pop into my head as I walked to work this morning. In a nutshell, it’s just a large pressure-sensitive mat placed on the floor, linked to a sound generator. Each footstep on the mat produces a tone, and the weight of the footstep dicates the pitch. So, a heavier person… Read more »

Edgeio – listings from the edge…

Advertising your stuff just because a lot more interesting. Edgeio is a web service that will use your RSS feed to build listing for … well, pretty much anything you want to advertise. Things you have for sale, jobs, services, that kind of thing. It’s very, very clever (and looks pretty cool, too). If you… Read more »

Free music…

And more music thatn you can shake a stick at, all of it Creative Commons, of course. So, head on over to Jamendo.com (thanks to Indieish.com).

Flat-pack Web Design…

A little later than I intended, but here it is at last. Web designers have traditionally taken their inspiration from a vast array of different sources. The wordlds of graphic design, architecture, nature, film, music and art have regularly been plundered by designers in search of something new, innovative, and just plain cool. Everyone’s done… Read more »

Ding, dong, the witch is dead…

If this is true (from ForeverGeek), then it is a great day for the web design community. So I sggest that hereafter, 23rd February shall be known as Free The Web Day! We should use Free The Web Day not just to celebrate the slaying of FrontPage, but to promote web standards in general, and… Read more »