Added back the (ugly) validator buttons, and added a “Get Firefox” button.
Is this too ugly?
Yes! They are now gone from the public site; only the validator buttons appear on the “internal” site, for the use of the authors.
Just now I was chatting with Michael Pruemm about the idea of a language for functional web programming, so I thought I’d make a space for discussion.
I’ve moved some old blog entries from my blog on Blogger to the wiki. Enjoy.
Thinking about bicycles reminded me how much I appreciate the existence of companies like Rivendell bicycle works. They are fad-free, down-to-earth, experienced, and opinionated (in a good way of course). They sell great stuff. They remind me that bicycling is about joy and freedom and not about bling bling.
In case everyone thinks I’m just a motorcycle freak, I should add that I also really like these cool city bicycles.
I stumbled over an online version, in ACM Queue, of a great interview with Alan Kay.
Added page on ZINC abstract Machine, the heart of Objective Caml.
Even though eight bit microcontrollers are obsolete, I’m still interested in discussing their use and programming. See microcontroller shootout for a rollicking conversation. To keep things fair & balanced, we’re also talking about my architecture of choice: the ARM architecture.
I spent a lot of time in the last few days researching microcontrollers, and I discovered that something I had hoped for for years has finally come true: eight bit microcontrollers are obsolete.
This past week, following the iMac debacle, I went in search of convivial computing hardware. Unfortunately, I haven’t yet found what I’m looking for, but I’m emotionally and physically exhausted.
I’m experiencing window manager woes again.