Archive for April, 2006

Web Quality Manifesto

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006

Pete has posted an article called “Great Browser Expectations” about the expectations given by users and browsers when it comes to designing website.
One thing I hear over and over from other software designers is “You’re good, why aren’t you doing ‘real’ coding?” To me, that is an absurd comment. The code that I write has […]

DemoCamp Roundup!

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006

Last night was TorDemoCamp5 (they aren’t ones for brevity).
Pete from Unspace made a demo of their releaseme.ca livesearch feature (very cool!) and their datagrid. Datagrid basically lets you…. well, go here and see http://www.unspace.ca/datagrid … So you can edit information live in a table and have it automatically update as you leave the field. Anyhow, […]

New Job

Tuesday, April 25th, 2006

Well, I was hired part-time at http://www.unspace.ca which is pretty frigg’n cool. The guys that work there are really cool guys (all 3 of them), so I’m very excited about it. Its only 2-3 days a week at first, but that’s just fine with me at this point in my life.
I’m excited to really get […]

Overpriced Movies.

Friday, April 14th, 2006

So, when I lived in New York, I could deal with $10 a ticket in Manhattan. I mean, it is Manhattan and it was only the biggest theatres in one of the most expensive cities in the world.
However, nearly every theatre in Toronto is $12 dollars. Even ones that are out of downtown center. It […]