May was a very busy month for me so, most of the entries this month consisted of links with little commentary. (Actually now that I think of it most of my journal consists of this type of entry.) And this is one is the same: Photolithography gives us microscopic radios. Concerning the veracity of fingerprints [...]
Accessibility: Google adds keyboard accessibility to their interface. In an accessibility setback, naive page designers are incorrectly using CSS to replace of semantically correct markup. I myself complained about related CSS risks over a year ago. Security: No, you are not being clever when using the names of old lovers, with a few easily guessed [...]
So I just read the PBS is in a decline now that cable has stolen away some it’s audience with high quality, yet ad supported content–A&E, AMC, the History Channel, etc. Also I’ve read a good summary about how some cable content providers are preventing DVRs from skipping ads. So despite all this new technology, [...]
A researcher over in the University of Maryland dismisses claims that voice input will be the interface of the future. With the release of OS X, Apple begins to take accessibility seriously again. And, Farlops updates his article about accesskey. Please comment on it by appending your comments below.
Get on your bad motor scooter and ride! As I said a few months ago, I think Africa should be the setting for cyberpunk fiction. It’s burgeoning urban sprawl has all the right feel. Not a year seems to pass these days without some startup trying to send broadband through the same wires that deliver [...]