Think of words ending in -gry. Angry and hungry are two of them. There are only
three words in the English language. What is the third word? The word is something
that everybody uses everyday. If you have listened carefully , I’ve already told you
what it is.
Okay, the really clever ones would know what the answer is for the rest of us let’s
ask Google god for the answer.
I come across so many web sites that ask for an email address just to do a download
or to access some site and then spam that address.
Mailinator does a neat trick for me, I just think of any name @mailinator.com and
enter it to the site and then go over to mailinator.com and
type in the address that I gave and login to the site!
I know you can do it anyway by creating a dummy mail account at hotmail and then provide
that but the past part here is that you don’t need to remember any passwords to check
the mail, just the address would do.
Jason of Match.com describes how
they upgraded from classic ASP to .NET just goes to show how much you can gain with
.NET is the way for me.
This book ‘HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS’ describes how to create
a semantically correct web site where absolutely all presentation information is in
Check out the wesite
it’s completely structured using CSS only, there is
not a single <table> tag in the site.
They even give a freely downloadable pdf with first four chapter of
I’m going to promise myself to use more of CSS for every new site that
I work on.
Buy.com has launched a music store with rates cheaper than Apple’s iTune.
Hey now you can legally own your music for 77 bucks.
My source for music will be the radio until the song prices cost around Rs. 10/-
($0.10) for us in Sri Lanka.
Microsoft tests its
own ‘dog food’
A CNet interview with Rick Devenuti, Microsoft’s Chief Information Officer.
More in fo at puppywire.com .