A quick tip for using the HTML Validator extension for Firefox to help debug XHTML Strict documents… use ‘Serial’ mode. So far it has found more than the default mode, and is a great timesaver compared with validating via the w3.org validator.
This gets me every time! Add the STOP! Hammertime! Firefox extension and every time you press the stop button, MC Hammer will let you know.
Nearly everyone must have seen the iPhone and iPod Touch’s mobile web browser and found it a great idea to get what they call ‘the real Internet’ on a mobile device. If you have a cellphone that is Java-compatible (the majority are), try out Opera Mini. I’ve had it for a few weeks on an average Sony Ericsson and it works very well. Browsing is also increased by an encrypted socket connection to Opera’s servers.
I’ve finished the first release of the new soundboards site! I made a similar project a few years ago, and thanks to various links around the Internet, I have been getting a steady 1000 unique visitors per day.
Some of the benefits of this new version include the auto-resizing of Adobe Flex (so much easier and reliable than using Stage handlers in Flash), and some AJAX enhancements. Enjoy!
Some of the features aren’t 100%… if you find any problems, please contact me.
In the past, I have been using TortoiseSVN to use Subversion with Adobe Flex after several failed attempts getting the Eclipse plug-in working(that works fine with plain Eclipse). Until now that is; it is working!
I’ve just received my Panosaurus – a tripod head designed to rotate about the nodal point of a camera lens. This looks like the best way to avoid parallax error when making 360 panoramas.
The blog is back! After a long time of not having a place to publish any interesting snippets or projects, I am slowly building this new site. I’m not sure if I will keep this blog, but hey, it’s a personal site so I can play around to my heart’s content.