Nov 29, 2005
Nov 24, 2005
- Itsagizmo.com a Black and Decker mini-site promoting can-openers and whatnot.
- Musicspace.com the best place to pick up that Brian Setzer X-Mas CD you've been longing for.
- Bowflexdirect.com c'mon you lazy lump buy a Bowflex to put next to your Ab machine.
- Spacebag.com for people who like their clothes vacuum pack fresh.
- Selectcomfort.com for people who buy beds based on the Bionic Woman's recommendation
Nov 11, 2005
Nov 10, 2005
If you haven't seen ExplorerDestroyer yet, it's a site that offers some fancy ways to either encourage, push or insist that visitors to your site download Firefox. The code will not display a promo if you are already one of the Firefox enlightened and it's a good idea but perhaps a little heavier than I wanted for my own blog. Not to mention a bit violent sounding for people like me who just want to advocate a faster web experience.
If you are viewing this site in IE then you see the advert on the right urging you to give Firefox a whirl. I used a conditional comment called If IE to only display a Firefox enhanced with Google Toolbar promo box by pasting the below code into my blog template. Feel free to copy to your own blog. You may want to change the Adsense ad client id to your own (if you have one) so you get credited with the $1 bounty currently paid for helping folks switch over to Firefox. Enjoy.
Nov 7, 2005
Jeff Veen throws down the gauntlet today asking, What's in your Folder of Shame? What's a Folder of Shame?
The things where you've just thought of the title, but written nothing to back it up? The momentary points of self-deluded genius that in the cold light of day you thought better of?
Taking a peek into my Blogger drafts tab here is a selection of recent posts that never cut the mustard:
- Captcha the flag
- A joke post about Jakob Nielsen being upset about my blog
- Well that didn't work
- Generic news round-up blog posting #1 liberal edition
- Email attachments 99% bad
- His name is Linux
- What did you expect?
- Emilio's Mexican Cafe
- Speaking of Carnival and Lent