This is the blog of Adam Kalsey. Unusual depth and complexity. Rich, full body with a hint of nutty earthiness.
Good software does one thing well and stays out of your way. CDMax fits the bill perfectly.
The agenda of Professional blogs
Why do professionals create weblogs? It’s all about marketing.
MTAmazon, ETech and Jeff Bezos
Ben and Mena Trott met up with Jeff Bezos at ETech, and I bet they didn’t even mention MTAmazon.
Living in stereo
Some thoughts on using MP3 libraries on your computer, with and without wires.
DevShed's intro to Functional Specs
DevShed’s introduction to writing functional specifications doesn’t have any new insight for experienced analysts.
If you’re going to provide an RSS feed, make it worthwhile.
Webogs in Business Conference
ClickZ is organizing a conference on blogging in business.
A new version of SimpleComments has comment numbers, entry containers, and can be used outside an entry.
Usable in subtle ways
Sometimes the best features in software are the ones you barely notice.
A helpful search engine finds what you wanted, even if it’s not what you asked for.
Hosted Movable Type
Six Apart, the makers of Movable Type, have announed a hosted blogging service based on Movable Type techonology.
AvantGo gets it right
AvantGo seeks to refresh stale email marketing permission and sets a gooed example for any company that wants to begin using their email database.
The Web's 10th birthday
The first graphical browser was released a decade ago.
Cingular Wireless is now using CSS for their site layout.
IE6 CSS bug
Working around yet another Internet Explorer CSS bug and other frustrations.
A case for product testing
Make sure your product has the expected results when used in non-standard ways.
Many Microsoft employees have their own blogs. In addition to some great insight into the company, this provides a lesson to your own company.
If you want to know what people think about your products, don’t ask them to tell you. Listen to what they tell others.
Wireless to go
A small wireless access point makes it easy to set up wireless networks anywhere I go.
Manipulating the (blog) market
How much influence can one person have in a fictional stock market?
Is efficiency bad?
Does a more efficient economic system provide a benefit? Of course it does.
Where does spam come from?
The Center for Democracy & Technology spent six months conducting a controlled study to determine where spammers get email addresses from and how to reduce the amount os spam you receive.
Who defines this?
Exactly what is a misleading name?
Blacklisting the headhunters
A SpamAssassin blacklist to block emails from a network recruiters who spam.
Worth quoting: "If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it." Jeff Nichols, Pervasive...
When you choose to highlight something, make sure you don’t cause it to blend into it’s surroundings instead.
New subject: Business Blogging
Want to know more about business uses for weblogs? Keep an eye on this space.
Perhaps the fact that I have a comments form available on almost every entry on...
How to ban someone from requesting a Web page and give them alternate content instead.
Regular expression for removing invalid characters from a Windows filename.
Weblogs in Business
How can a blog help your business? You can improve marketing. knowledge sharing, collaboration, and team communication, all without knowing a thing about Web publishling.
Testing shows that the oft-quoted three click rule to Web site development is false.
The web isn't print
The web isn’t print. Don’t use popular print conventions like columnular layouts on a Web page.
Performance Tuning and Optimizing ASP.NET Applications
A good friend has a a new book out.