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Gmail Gives Users The Ability to “Undo Send”

March 31, 2009 | General | 1 Comment

Google has added a new Gmail labs component that allows users to “Undo Send” an email for a few seconds after the message sends. Once the feature is activated, a new “Undo” link will appear next to every sent email confirmation notice. When clicked, the “Undo” will take you back to the composing window confirm […]

Web Development Book Review: The Ultimate CSS Reference

March 23, 2009 | General | 8 Comments

I am trying to refine my development skills by increasing cross-browser compatibility and W3C standard compliance in my code. While this is possible to do using free resources on the internet, I personally find it easier and quicker to refer back to an actual book. In light of this, I am going to do a […]

15 Beautifully Simple Web Designs

March 09, 2009 | General | 1 Comment

For a couple of weeks now I have been browsing the internet looking for some good examples of beautiful yet simple professional web designs. My hope is that some of these designs will help to inspire you when you design your next site. I will try to give my 2 cents on some of these […]

Watch Your Mouth Mr. Obama!

February 25, 2009 | General | 0 Comments

A local radio station here in Atlanta, played the “HD” version of the Obama speech to congress this morning. If you didn’t here this version, your TV is not ready for the digital transition. For more great stuff like this, browse over to Again, I did not make this, I just wanted to repost […]

Review: TextMate & The Pragmatic Programmers Guide

February 16, 2009 | General, Software Reviews | 1 Comment

I recently switched over from Panic’s Coda to TextMate as my main development/script editing tool and I am very happy I did. Don’t get me wrong, Coda is Great, but TextMate is better! On the surface TextMate seems like a very basic text editor, but don’t let the UI fool you, this application is loaded […]

Web Development, The Applications and Services

February 12, 2009 | General | 7 Comments

I wanted to do a little post on my web development process. I get asked what programs and services I use to develop and how I use them to keep my wide range of projects organized and moving. The first thing you need to know about me, is that I am a full process web […]

Macworld 2009 Quickie

January 06, 2009 | General | 4 Comments

Photo Credit: Ars Technica OK, well the Macworld 2009 came and went quick, and with no major announcements. Below is a summary of that was announced at Macworld. Download music over 3G & Wifi on your iPhone. New 17″ Macbook Pro (expected) ships late January. Starting today, 8 million iTunes songs are DRM free, by […]

Macworld 09, Rumor Wrap Up

January 06, 2009 | General | 0 Comments

With the Macworld 2009 keynote just a few hours away, I wanted to give my 2 cents on what we should expect at this event. There are many rumors circulating around the net, some include new devices, software updates, and current product line updates. New Mac Mini – It has been rumored for over a […]

OS X 10.5.6 I Hate YOU!

December 18, 2008 | General | 2 Comments

OS X Leopard is by far the best OS I have ever used. It has been flawless to me with no problems, until now. Apple recently released Mac OS X (10.5.6) update to all Leopard users. Being the Apple fan boy that I am, I ran the upgrade as soon as it showed up on […]

Skribit, What is it?

November 11, 2008 | General | 2 Comments

In an attempt to write about stuff that you all want to read, I have added a sidebar application called “skribit.” This application adds the ability for people to suggest topics they would like me to post about. The application will add the suggestions to a list, then over time, my readers can vote on […]

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