Monthly Archives: April 2013

Geek Joke of the Day*

April 23, 2013
Geek Joke of the Day

A man flying in a hot air balloon suddenly realizes he’s lost. He reduces height and spots a man down below. He lowers the balloon further and shouts to get directions, “Excuse me, can you tell me where I am?” The man below says: “Yes. You’re in a hot air balloon, hovering 30 feet above…

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Dropbox for Business

April 23, 2013
Dropbox for Business

We’re proud to announce our association with Dropbox. We’ve been using Dropbox internally for years and believe it to be the best cloud-based file collaboration and storage product available today. Recently, they have developed a business-focused product Dropbox for Business (formerly “Dropbox for Teams”). Dropbox Is Now The Data Fabric Tying Together Devices For 100M Registered…

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SEO in Action

April 18, 2013
design ideas for shoes that can be eaten

I’m the kind of guy who likes to trawl Google Analytics and Google Webmaster tools. I am very interested to see what people are looking for and where they’re coming from. I read this data like most people read Facebook; while watching crappy television. Every now and then, I run across a search term like…

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Sidr – Nifty Responsive Side Navigation

April 8, 2013
Sidr Screenshot

Sidr is a very well made jQuery plugin that makes it easy to create a menu similar to the way Facebook “swipe-from-the-left” navigation screen on their iPhone app. There are a lot of options that would make it useful for full sized and mobile sites. Learn it. Use it. Love it.

For the Web Designer Who Hates Everyone

April 2, 2013

Here’s a JavaScript library that’s certain to destroy any site’s popularity. Pestilence is a “collection of JavaScript utilities to ruin someone’s day, regardless of ability…or disability.” When added to a webpage, it will: Play a high-pitched noise at random intervals. Replace the user’s cursor with a duplicate that is offset approximately fifty pixels down and…

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