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ArtLung posts tagged with “web-programming” ·

  • Heartbreaking Retrospect

    How refreshing it is to read about mistakes made in designing web applications! In Getting it Right, Ari Paparo waxes on why had success with giving users functionality, while his company blink, did not. Great one for the web geeks in my audience.

  • phpMyAdmin working on OS X

    This horrible error message on phpMyAdmin: Client does not support authentication protocol requested by server; consider upgrading MySQL client On my local MySQL installation. I am running PHP 4 and MySQL 4.1 and phpMyAdmin on Mac OS X 10.4 “Tiger” worked like a charm, despite the fact that I’m not using 10.4, I’m running 10.3.9….

  • Yahoo! Acquires Delicious

    Please, please, please, PLEASE don’t screw it up

  • Upgrade to

    New item: Make a larger checkbox using CSS. Silly and small, but the Lab has undergone a new reorganization. The thing missing right now is cross-references and a means to “see other CSS tips” or “see other validation tips.” It’s on my to-do list.

  • Go Read Brian Dear

    This wonderful set of posts deflates “Web 2.0 Hype™”, reinforces the awesomeness of those folks (like EVDB) who are working to remake the web to actually *use* these wonderful syndication tools and browser technologies to the fullest extent: Part I, Part II. _Backstory:_ I’ve actually met both Andy Baio (briefly) and Brian Dear (less briefly,…


    Cleaning out the hard drive, from March, 2000: *EMPLOYEE PROPRIETARY INFORMATION AND INVENTIONS AGREEMENT *, Inc. 3990 Ruffin Road San Diego, CA 92123 The following confirms an agreement between, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the “Company”) and *Name (referred to in this agreement as “I” or “me”). I understand that this agreement is a…

  • Oh, the weekend you say?

    I look like a goofball in this picture. Nonetheless, a grand time was had by all at San Diego’s famous Turf Supper Club last Friday on our little trip to San Diego. It only took us a few hours to get there from our Simi Valley home. We took the new van, which runs good….