Blog Post Archive
I’ve been blogging casually off-and-on for years. The views expressed in these posts are from a more immature and inexperienced version of myself. They don’t necessarily represent the current views of anyone.
Intriguing Interfaces: How to share private videos on YouTube
Published 14 July 2008
Although they label it as "beta" , YouTube has done some re-working of their video management interfaces in quite an intriguing manner…
Published 11 July 2008
He squinted at the man across the table from him—things were looking grim. He'd sworn never to go back, yet here he was and all those…
Published 10 July 2008
I've been working on a (very) small side project that targets mobile Web Browsers. Testing for the mobile platform, however, is ludicrous…
The other side of the interview table
Published 4 July 2008
As I mentioned before , the NFL is expanding their Web staff, and that put me into a strange position: the interview er . I'd spent the…
When it comes to hockey, nobody says it better than Woot!
Published 7 June 2008
If you haven't noticed, I'm a pretty die hard Wings fan . I think the Woot.com Podcast summarizes my feelings perfectly.
Uptime is for Obsession
Published 5 June 2008
Dreamhost, rationalizing their decoupling of e-mail and Web hosting. Just over HALF of all the support requests we get are about email…
Published 22 May 2008
I've been playing a bit with tumblogging, and I find it much more conducive to the way I write--especially with regards to shorter entries…
Published 17 April 2008
The consequences of playing fast and loose in Web 2.0 You always think yourself invincible. You read about it . you see it happen to…
Ready to Fight!
Published 28 March 2008
After two weeks of trying, I've finally unlocked all the characters and stages in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The online mode is excellent. Who…