I'm not a Mac user who likes staring at the shiny toolbar renderings and 3D compositing effects while watching billable hours go by.
Nor am I, I'm a Mac user who gets on with his work. Congratulations on making wild generalisations based on the default animation style of a persons window manager...
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The game has sold how many copies so far?
There are already abundant reasons not to give away your usage data to anyone who wants it; this just provides one more.
Please explain why you'd rather not reveal your referrer data. (New example from TFA aside.)
Working with web analytics, I can say referrer information is extremely useful, and not in a way which would lead you to any downsides, that I can think of at least.
(Not trolling, I'm genuinely interested...)
Doesn't matter - the act was still a petty attack on the French.
And gues wat? NOBODY visits any web site because it's "cool".
You're so wrong with this I don't know where to begin. The server logs from the company I work for, with their millions of hits and millions of £/€ in revenue strong suggest that you're utterly, irrecoverably wrong.
GP hit it perfectly the first time.
PAYG accounts are free if you don't use them... so I doubt he'd be able to pay less.
I did read it, the difference between you and I is that I understood what I was reading.
The demo uses processing.js - essentially a Java library. Whether this has any more utility than Flash (remembering that the flash of today is not the monstrosity most of
Yeah, that did occur to me afterward... you'd think I've have tried that before.
Posting is certainly faster for me than it used to be before they switched to AJAX. It just looks like crap.
Really? It takes AGES to preview a comment, I'm thinking 10-20 seconds, during which time you can't scroll down or do anything else (well you can, you'd just have to remember to scroll back up). At least with the vanilla html version you could open a new tab, and I don't remember having any issues with speed back then.
The rest of the site is great though - keyboard navigation for comments is something I really miss when on other sites now.
That won't fly with my clients. You provide a design, they agree to it, then you build it and it looks different in their browser? Well then you didn't* deliver what you sold.
* as they see it. You can argue the semantics of whether delivering a site that works in all other modern browsers counts 'til you're blue in the mouth, but it's all academic.
I see no reason IE should hold everyone else back
All of this has happened before, and all of this will happen again...
Despite huge gains made by other browsers, IE remains the most popular out there. If you're working on a commercial website, it is not viable to say "oh, fuck IE!", however much I'd like to.
Err, my previous comment was obviously intended for the AC, not yourself.
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