Monthly Archives: October 2007

The Joy of Stats

When I have time (which isn’t often, to be honest) I like to look through the statistics for my websites and see who’s been visiting. Some of the search terms I get arriving at my site are a little … strange. However not as strange as some people’s. Seeing as I’m short on quality content… Read more »

Ubuntu for web developers

I’ve now been a home user of Ubuntu for 2 months, give or take. In that time I’ve booted into Windows XP a total of two times. Once to get photos off the wife’s phone using a Bluetooth application (I could use a USB lead in Ubuntu, I’ve since discovered) and once to get some… Read more »

More unobtrusive JavaScript goodies

If you want unobtrusive JavaScript on your page and don’t know where to start, try my recently updated Performer library. It gives you a good selection of many of the basic features you want from JavaScript – easy AJAX, toggling the visibility of elements, resizing elements and many more. And all of that is done… Read more »

Review: Radiohead – In Rainbows (Part 2)

Radiohead – In Rainbows A few days ago I wrote a review of Radiohead’s new album In Rainbows. Since then I’ve listened to it at least half a dozen times, and much though it pains me to say it: I was wrong. This is a great album; a soothing, joyous, mellow-tinged collection of wondrousness. I’d… Read more »

Review: Radiohead – In Rainbows

Radiohead – In Rainbows Update: I’ve written a second review here that makes much of what I’ve written below null and void. The latest album from legendary group (I would say “rock group” but they go way beyond mere rock) Radiohead has been released in MP3 download today. I’ll come on to the why’s and… Read more »