0I’ll be honest, it’s only lately I’ve been sucked into using Facebook much, and that’s just because my wife pulled me into it. I really do try to avoid anything that soaks up my time without providing me much in return. And to me, Facebook is just a morass of pictures of dogs needing rescuing [...]
0There was a time — not that long ago, really — when I was the up-and-coming kid in the office. I was young, I was hip, I was on top of everything new. I was the one who, in 1995, went to the people running the interactive agency where I was working and said, “You [...]
0I’m actually a little bit surprised by the results of the Ajaxian.com 2006 Survey Results showing the most popular Ajax frameworks. I’m not so much surprised by the winners — Prototype and Script.aculo.us — but by some omissions, like SAJAX, and some distant finishers, like Google Web Toolkit.
0Just reading a short piece about Web Builder 2.0 Conference at Caesars Palace when a fact jumped out at me: Companies are looking for frameworks to help them do Ajax apps, but they’re demanding so many capabilities that no single framework (or even small set of frameworks) has emerged. Right now there are at least [...]
0There’s lots of talk about how Ajax causes a ton of security issues. Turns out, many who are paying attention already knew, that the problem is not with Ajax. Check out WhiteHat Security on Ajax.
0well, I’ve finally given in and created a Web 2.0 category for this blog. I couldn’t avoid it anymore. Unfortunately, there’s just no better way to describe this category of discussion. What category, you may ask? Well, I mean the category of discussion that involves what is going on in the current phase of Web [...]
0I’ve been having fun with Technorati tags, but not nearly as fun as Tag Central does.