I tweaked around the blog some more and decided to add a nice text-shadow to the headlines. If you’re using a 3rd-world browser, you probably wont see it though, it’s a Safari only supported CSS thing. Now don’t get me wrong, I’ve been using FireFox myself for quite some years, hell, we even organized a release party for it back in, uhm, 2003? for the very first release in Heidelberg, Germany. But when digital friend Ben introduced me the Safari plugin Saft, I tried it out and sticked with it, never looking back. Safari & Saft together kick the Fox really in the nuts. It has so many features, check it out here. It costs near to nothing for all the brilliant features offered and is a must-have for serious bloggers and surfers. The thing is that Safari makes websites look so much better by using some kind of anti-aliasing on the text. If you surf a lot and read a lot it’s so much more comfortable. Anyway, back to the CSS. So how do you use the CSS declaration in your style sheet? Here are some examples. You can only read this with Safari. Above paragraph uses the following […]
Josef Lee’s biblical story featuring Adam, Eve and Steve is hilarious, well designed and simply genius. Look at it now! […]
Good news, I hope – maybe I’ll get it soon in Shanghai for less than 640 dollar? Chinese Theft o’ the Day: Stolen iPhones, Plans Another headline that made me smile while going through Google reader: Fireworks warehouse explodes in Guangdong I actually saw scenes from that explosion on some chinese news channel earlier. Hilarious! […]
Si, Super Mario! Thanks to Time Machine, reinstalling a oversized OS X is as easy as never before. Just restore everything from Time Machine except the applications, and you’ll get rid of all the caches and stuff that gets summed up in your hidden libraries. Awesome! And I got a neat new external 500 gigabyte big FireWire 400 hard disk for future video projects. It costed me almost 145 Euro, but compared to the 250 Euro I paid in 2005 for a 250 gigabyte big Maxtor drive it’s almost nothing… […]
I just realized, while downloading the update for Perian 1.1, that I had never recommended it before: It calls itself the “swiss-army knife for QuickTime” and it has all the reasons to do so! Perian enables QuickTime application support for additional Media Types like FLV (used by YouTube ) or HuffYUV, FFVHuff and other codecs you will never ever use in your entire life. […]
We wanted a second Wii controller badly to play Wii Sports: Tennis and other games against each other, and the game store lady told us she would have new ones in last week.
At least 20,000 police surveillance cameras are being installed along streets here in southern China and will soon be guided by sophisticated computer software from an American-financed company to recognize automatically the faces of police suspects and detect unusual activity.
But then I saw that the prices for HDTV’s didn’t drop that much and that we probably weren’t going to buy one anytime soon.