Note On Web2.0 Interfaces
It might not be all that great if a simple action (like say clicking in a thumbnail) does something completely different and not really better than what the user is expecting just to show some eye-candy (like say blank the browser window and display the larger image with a confusing set of icons in non-standard locations and a weird frame around it). Just my 1 cent.
Humor - HOWTO tell a mac zealot from a normal mac...
“It’s great that the iPhone doesn’t need an SDK and we can just write web2.0 apps.”
Some Things Never Change - The Distortion Field
Good to see Jobs infamous distortion field is still intact - I was afraid it was no longer active now that Apple is treated as a serious company as opposed to the industry joke it had been up until the ipod and the move to intel processors. To boldly claim what no one in his right mind has claimed before: Safari - The Most Innovative Browser. I’ve been told Jobs managed to remain serious...
Live from WWDC07
I’m keeping an eye on the gizmodo live coverage of Apple’s WWDC07.
Forced change can sometimes be good. I think that’s the case with this blog. I’ve finally rid myself of the hassle of WP administration - the all to frequent updates due to security issues. Funny, that’s the same reason why I changed chefax.fe.up.pt from Linux to OpenBSD. I used Wordpress’s very well done Export feature to migrate from my WP installation to...
LuisRei.com - The Why
I’ve moved my blog outside of FEUP. Why? Because some employees (or maybe it was just one person) of CICA decided to block neacm.fe.up.pt, the server that hosted my blog and others (blogs.fe.up.pt). When administrator realized that the server was inaccessible from the outside, he asked the networks people to look into it to see if they could fix the problem. They replied something along...