Monthly Archives: January 2009

MSO-BIDI meaning

For those not familiar with working with Cascading Style Sheets for use by Microsoft Office product, some of the rules of the road can prove cryptic at best.  Case in point is the ” series of embedded styles.  These can … Continue reading

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Facebook: We copy your rights

For those who aren’t aware, it appears that by merely posting a photo on Facebook you grant (but not give up) full copyrights to Facebook and anyone with whom they partner. Lovely. Photography attorney Carolyn E. Wright has the full … Continue reading

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Showcase of outstanding data representation at FlowingData.com

I can’t remember where I found it, but I ran across a fascinating time-based graphic depicting the growth of WalMart. Ever since taking the “Presenting Data and Information” course from the venerable Edward Tufte, I’ve been interested in information and … Continue reading

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Programmer food

OK, have to rebuild a ColdFusion 5 site for CF7 (convert modules to components. update HTML and CSS, blah blah). Yup, it’s late-night programming-o-rama for Phil.  There is only one approved food for midnight geeking… Nachos Bel Grande a la … Continue reading

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