Archive for October, 2004
Sunday, October 31st, 2004
I was browsing past Design is Kinky tonight, and found that they had done another front-page changey thing, this time pointing off to something called Semi-Permanent05. <click> <click> and I am there, but I have no idea what ‘there’ is. There is some mention of ‘sydney’ but I suspect they have done a geo-check, noted […]
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Saturday, October 30th, 2004
Netcraft reports about a new bug in IE – it also works in Safari, unfortunately. I wonder how fast the boys and girls at Apple can issue a security patch?
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Wednesday, October 27th, 2004
I’ve been doing a little research on how search engines react to semantic structuring of web pages. I’m not particularly happy with the results so far. Not surprised, either, but I would have liked to have been pleasantly surprised, really. I decided, firstly, to check how the search engines placed weighting on the cite tag. […]
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Monday, October 11th, 2004
I’m proud to announce our latest project – a redevelopment of a local kit home builder, Nu-Steel Kit Homes. This is the initial iteration of their new site, including house plans and their Queenslander series. More changes to come over the next few months, including About Owner Building, and the Benefits of Building with Steel.