Said November 2006

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Go ahead, patronize him If anyone can take it, Joke Clarke can. Help fund Joe while he seeks funding for the worthwhile Open & Closed Project. The project’s goal is “to write a set of standards for the four fields of accessible media captioning, audio description, subtitling, and dubbing.” Permalink

UNO Improves Aqua interface consistency by applying the unified title and toolbar to everything. While I’d really like to use this and similar hacks they always seem to forget that the OS ships with multiple native appearances (the default Aqua and my preferred Graphite) when fixing non-standard scrollbars, column sorts, and other custom interface elements. So much for improving “interface consistency.” Permalink

New-to-Seven Selectors PIE-alumns John and Holly break down the new (old) selectors that we’ll be able to enjoy once IE 7 is widely used. “Three tomatoes are walking down the street—a poppa tomato, a momma tomato, and a little baby tomato…” Permalink

Letterbox I can finally appreciate the three column view in Mail on the new MacBook Pro. I love how the message window slides out when you click on a message after searching. Permalink

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