A freakily powerful library to send all kinds of mail cleanly, including adding attachments and the like! Could be very useful.
LOL — The World’s funniest signage! Mock-tastic! Thanks Androo!
Looks like an excellent plugin for WordPress to handle events in the future. Might be using this for a future incarnation of my church’s website.
Archive for May, 2006
I made this image a long time ago, but it’s very relevent now:
This one has certainly done the rounds — I don’t believe there’s a net-savvy New Zealander who hasn’t seen it already, but in case you missed it:
LOL ROFL LOL @ TELECOM.
To all those who invested in Telecom shares and got burned recently, Nelson from The Simpsons said it best: HAW-HAW!
Corporate Telecommunication Still Sucks.
Joe Clark, respected Web Accessibility guru, author of Building Accessible Websites, is criticising the draft version of the new Web Content Accessibility Guidelines which has been under development for over 5 years now.
Clark doesn’t just criticise the content of the new guidelines, but the manner in which they have been delivered to the world and how valuable stakeholders haven’t been listened to or even consulted.
What does this mean? A lot of the work of WCAG1 â€” the things that actually work â€” seems to be being undone and losing a lot of it’s punch. And instead, most of what WCAG2 is proposing Joe claims to be unachievable â€” and he’d know.
I could start explaining, but you’re better off reading what Joe Clark had to say his A List Apart article.
The WAI committee didn’t give much time for interested parties to provide comments â€” only until 31st May 2006. You better read this now and provide your feedback to the group while you still can.
LOL, erm I mean, lol.
Thanks to my workmate Klaus for forwarding this one on