Archive for June 4, 2007
When thinking of technologically advanced societies pushing the envelope on alternative energy, the Amish of rural Middle America are about the last group that come to mind. Yet in one Ohio Amish community, an estimated 80% of Amish families now have photovoltaic panels.
Londonist maps all the cafes, bars and restaurants in London that offer free wifi access. Any places missing? Leave a comment and they’ll update the map.
Bandai Visual has announced that the OVA Freedom will be the first anime to come to the US in a hi-def format. The show will be released on DVD and HD-DVD, a marked change from Japan’s stance, where Blu-Ray dominates the majority of the anime market.
Yes, yes, I know. Computer Science classes are useless and difficult. It’s okay. I took them too.
So much web design work relies on establishing a grid and the constraints on that grid: ad sizes, display size, browser display area minus chrome, and so forth. Grids are, quite literally, everywhere. But learning how to effectively utilize grids– without becoming a slave to them– can make the difference between a competent layout and a great lay
Here’s a picture of the Google Maps Street View Team standing outside as the vehicle passes.