OK. So, Iâ€™m craving for pizza. Well, itâ€™s actually Yellow Cab Iâ€™m looking for if youâ€™re really interested in sending me some. LOL
I’ve done a lot of updates including WordPress and some plugins. It seems Dustin Diaz updated CSS Naked Day’s date as well!
Firefox has a built-in phishing filter that checks whether a site is blacklisted, and warns the user of the potential fraud and information theft a phishing site could do. It uses Google’s database or a downloaded list of sites according to the user’s preference. But there are some talks about a certain exploit to Firefox’s phishing protection/filter system.
I’ve installed the new Firefox 3 Beta 1 on my Windows XP system back home. At first sight, nothing is so much noticeable about the new version. Only the bookmark button on the location bar is visibly different. But I’d share to you some features I’ve tried and liked, hoping you’d like them, too.
Today is a day for Web standards. As irrelevant as it may seem, blue beanies are related to Web standards advocacy. This so-called connection could be attributed to Jeffrey Zeldman on his book Designing with Web Standards whose cover features the author wearing a blue beanie. The idea of having a blue beanie day came from Douglas Voz, founder of Facebookâ€™s Designing With Web Standards Group.
I’ve been waiting for this version’s release months ago. But since I haven’t much time understanding code, and trying to help determine bugs and fixes to trunk/development builds, I opted to wait for its more stable beta release. The only problem is that my computer is out of reach during weekdays. Tough luck.