MyOws is a service for helping creatives to protect the copyright on their original works. It launches soon and I was lucky enough to get an interview with the founder, Max Guedy, about this valuable new service.
Why IE6update is wrong
IE6update is a script you can add to your web site that will detect if the user is running IE6 and recommend that they upgrade. I understand the intent, but the shameful way it’s been executed is so wrong it almost beggars belief.
Why I support IE6
Many web developers now think support for IE6 should be dropped, citing its lack of features and security problems as good reasons for upgrading. In this article I’ll discuss why I think this is wrong, and why you should continue to support IE6.
How to Twitter responsibly
Twitter is great way of sharing information, but the way some of that information is shared is more damaging than useful. How can you improve your Twitter behaviour to make sure you give real value to your followers and don’t annoy them?
Moving from Memset to EzPz
Back in September I wrote about the Memset Miniserver not being good enough for my site, and it’s only finally now that I had the time to make the switch elsewhere.
Managing Email: Inbox Zero
Managing email can be a time consuming and soul destroying task, particularly if you receive a lot of it every day. I’ve never been great at this and have wanted to improve it for ages.