Ryan Grove has posted a follow-up on his YUI from the outside post from last week. My blog post on Friday stemmed from my frustration at how it feels to be an outsider wanting to contribute to YUI— frustration that I probably wouldn’t feel so acutely if I hadn’t had the experience of contributing to […]
I’ve recently started a new job and relocated from the midwest to California. I’ve been extremely busy in the last few weeks but I’m finally starting to get settled. Check out my photos of my first few days in CA, a weekend in SF ice skating and eating food, and a weekend at Camp Yahoo! […]
Check out the screenshots of TripLog/1040, The Athlete’s Calculator, and Handy Randy, new iPhone applications from PalmOS developer Stevens Creek Software. Via Gruber, who points out that this really isn’t a joke.
I was flipping channels today when I came across this logo for newly rebranded WGN America (formerly “Superstation WGN”). What’s odd is that they started out with a good logo, rebranded with a worse logo, and have now come to his: a dominating artsy pair of eyes staring at you with the incorporated slogan: “TV […]
I’ve received a great response from the community about my ScrollTabView addon. I’d like to thank all of the visitors and people who have gave their feedback… and especially Eric Miraglia at YUI Blog for mentioning it! You guys rock! I’ve setup a YUI Addons Trac to be the center for my future YUI development. […]
I’m halfway through finals week at SIUC. As of right now, all that stands between me and vacation from school is a political science paper. It’s been a busy semester and I’ll enjoy the break from academics. Instead, I’ll be working on nifty stuff at work among other (awesome) things.
Continuing with recent Yahoo news, the just-launched Y! Live is a new webcasting community similar to justin.tv or Stickam. Both Y! Live and Stickam allow you to take part in sharing video as a visitor in a broadcaster’s channel, while justin.tv does not. However, I believe Y! Live’s experience is better than any of those […]
Matthew Karnitschnig reporting for The Wall Street Journal: Yahoo’s board believes that Microsoft’s is trying to take advantage of the recent weakness in the company’s share price to “steal” the company. The decision to reject the offer signals that Yahoo’s board is digging in its heels for what could be a long takeover battle. The […]