This is my archive

Google Chrome OS Test Subjects Needed

So last night I was on my home (riding the bus) and saw this tweet from Google. Upon further inspection, Google is asking for test… Read More

IE9 to have “tracking protection”

Interesting news out of Redmond regarding a component of Internet Explorer 9 that may impact the efficacy of online advertising. The feature in question… Read More

WordPress Debrief.

I’ve spent the past couple of weeks putting together a WordPress-based website for an artist friend of mine, and in that time I’ve learned… Read More

Migrating to wordpress

If you’re reading this on attentionscan.com you might be noticing that things look different. ¬†We’ve updated the look and feel of our blog to match… Read More

If It Isn’t Broken, Why Fix It?

This is an outstanding article written by a former developer at Flickr (now at the Guardian) about the difficulties of building socially-based websites. He… Read More

My experience with a screen reader

As a web developer I spend a lot of time thinking about how to build things in ways that will be accessible for folks who… Read More

Open Sources.

Apparently there’s a bit of a row currently going on in the WordPress community, between its founders and the author of a popular WordPress… Read More

HTML5: End-run around the iPhone App Store?

This is funny: Google just released an HTML5 version of their Google Voice App, allowing iPhone users to access it through their browser, making… Read More

Flash your phone

Apple appears to be lifting some limitations for sheltering its iPhone. Adobe Labs has announced that Flash CS5 will allow for developers to use… Read More

Ride the wave, dude.

Google Wave is hitting the proverbial shelf tomorrow and I have never seen people this excited about a intangible product. The hype is warranted… Read More