Archive for May, 2006


Thursday, May 11th, 2006

I like nice clean interfaces. Firefox’s search box has always bothered me. It’s always there, cluttering up your view with your last entered search terms. It’s too small and fights with the url box for space. I always have it disabled. So as practice for another XUL project I’ve been working on, here is my […]

Decoupling Web APIs with XSLT

Saturday, May 6th, 2006

Ok, back to practicality (I hope). Here’s what I was going on about during the lunchtime session at Web 2.0 Ireland. Adam Green brought up the problem of API lock-in. And there’s another, related problem which I know Flock is feeling at the moment. They want to allow you to save your bookmarks to whatever […]

The Web 2.0 Evolution

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006

So I turned up for the Web 2.0 Ireland day at DCU. Witnessing the Marc Canter show was entertaining and there was a bit of tech discussion sprinkled on top. But the overwhelming topic for the day was… Money Yes, that’s an actual slide, taken out of context, from one of the company’s presentations. It […]