well… here’s a crazy way of abbreviating a long word that I’ve never seen before. They call it a ‘numeronym’ because you count and show the number of letters between the first and last letter… what do you reckon?
damn. W3C are using that crazy abbreviation too….
Greg Olsen’s toolkit. “This toolkit provides resources for a variety of situations. Pick and choose what’s appropriate for your’s.” via http://darmano.typepad.com
yep, it’s a piss-take, but it makes more sense to me than Guy Kawasake’s advice to bloggers ;)
It seems that
Come on Google. Pull your finger out already. Let my blog load quickly again!
(Waves to the lucky people who read via RSS!)
do you read OK/Cancel yet? I love how they can say things that I’ve been thinking and could rant about for post after post, using humour and a 3 frame cartoon.
I’m a fan of plain English, making things as non-technical as possible. But sometimes I can see how making things sound v. complicated and difficult would make one’s life much more simple. Either that, or becoming a developer!
Can you believe it? It’s around about the 3 month mark since I started blogging. It’s been an interesting kind of month so I thought I’d share some thoughts/highlights with you. All very
I kind of feel like the 3 month mark is a significant milestone in blogging. This is probably because Technorati told me so. In their recent ‘
75,000 new weblogs [are] created every day, which means that on average, a new weblog is created every second of every day – and 19.4 million bloggers (55%) are still posting 3 months after their blogs are created.
Must be kind of like small business. I wonder, with the recent ‘retiring’ of