Using tel: Telephone URLs in iCal Events
March 5, 2010 § 1 Comment
[NOTE: I’m still trying to figure this out, but here is my current best understanding; please leave a comment if you have additional information].
A useful trick not many people know is that you can embed a telephone URL in an iCal entry, to make it easy for people attending to call-in. This is especially useful for when the meeting itself is a Conference Call and people are dialing in on their iPhones.
WordPress supports blogging equations using LaTeX
October 28, 2009 § Leave a comment
Let’s see how well it works:
HTML-Based Church Website Solutions Compared
January 18, 2009 § 4 Comments
The following table summarizes key information from the various church website solutions I profiled yesterday. The top three (from my perspective) are:
Building a great, standards-based church website
January 17, 2009 § 3 Comments
Our church needs a new website, and I’m worried they’ll go with a Flash-based option just because it looks nice and seems easy to use. Â So, I put together a list of (I think) HTML-based church website design/hosting solution with full WYSIWYG editing, as well as decent social networking and media sharing solutions.
- Powerful Web Publishing – CityGates
- Professional Custom Web Design Portfolio with Good Clean Website Design Samples – OurChurch.Com
- vCHURCHES Church Website Online – Samples
- Church Hub – Church Hub Powered Website
- Church Website Hosting – ThisChurch Features
- Church Websites Case Studies – increased church membership, cost savings | WebMedley
- Church Website Design | Beautiful Dynamic Church Sites You Control
- Ekklesia 360 : Church Content Management System (CMS), Church Websites > Case Studies
- ChurchCMS :: Features
- Church Website Design | Content Management CMS | Christian Ministry Website Design and Redesign | Elexio
- my flock â¢ Demo Church
In addition, I found a few good galleries and reviews:
- Great Church Websites || My top 25 church website design tips
- 50 of the Best Church Website Designs | Vandelay Design Blog
- Great Church Websites || Directory search results
- Cool Church Websites :: Church Communications Pro | Church Marketing | Church Web Design
- Church Technology Review Â» Church CMS
Friends don’t let friends build Flash-based websites. 🙂
Google Chrome: First impressions
September 3, 2008 § Leave a comment
[not a real review, just a place for me to take notes]
- Reasonably fast. Of course, I never use Windows normally, so I don’t have a good baseline, but at least the process-per-tab thingie isn’t overly obnoxious.
- They should’ve called it “Tabby” or something, since that’s the overriding design theme
- The OmniBox is surprisingly useful
- Bookmarks aren’t editable in place; that’s one of my favorite Safari features
- “New Tab” is a clever idea, but I haven’t browsed enough for it to be useful; and snapshots appear to be broken at the moment.
July 10, 2007 § Leave a comment
Twitter gets Microformatted
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March 20, 2006 § Leave a comment
geeky enough to blog about them.
I never metadata I didn’t like…
December 22, 2005 § Leave a comment
Rogers meets Brent Spiner” pun. This is to introduce two
terms I coined recently:
— metadata inferred based on other metadata
connection to Elk Grove because you have an vCard (somewhere else) that tells
you that Ernest Prabhakar lives there.
— metadata about the metadata store itself
Prabhakar in their metadata? How does that compare to the frequency of other
AHAH — They’ve Got It!
December 19, 2005 § Leave a comment
meme “AHAH” — which I co-developed with Kevin Marks
and David Hansson — has started getting significant airplay, highlighted in a
recent microformats blog entry:
wondering what this AJAX stuff is about, take a look at
you might find it gets you 90% of the hyped user interface advantages with only
about 10% of the hype (and effort for that matter). That?s the kind of
90/10 rule we like around
Click [Read More] for some of
my favorite recent articles about AJAX/AHAH.
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