April 20, 2005
Dynamic Text Replacement

Text styling is the dull headache of web design. There are only a handful of fonts that are universally available, and sophisticated graphical effects are next to impossible using only standard CSS and HTML. Sticking with the traditional typefaces is smart for body text, but when it comes to our headings - short, attention-grabbing blocks of text - it would be nice to have some choice in the matter. We’ve become accustomed to this problem and we cope with it either by making the most of the few fonts we have, or by entirely replacing our heading-text with images.

April 13, 2005
XML Résumé Library

The XML Résumé Library is an XML and XSL based system for marking up, adding metadata to, and formatting résumés and curricula vitae.

April 11, 2005
HOW-TO: Make your own annotated multimedia Google map

One of the great things about Google maps is it has its roots in XML. To translate for the non-web developers out there, it basically means Google maps are user hackable. This how-to will show you how to make your own annotated Google map from your own GPS data. Plus, you'll be able to tie in images and video to create an interactive multimedia map. We'll walk you through the steps we took to generate an annotated map of a walk we took recently through our hometown, now that it's actually starting to get warm enough to want to walk about!

April 09, 2005
Christianity Meme

Christianity Meme is an organization of people who wish to expose Christianity for what it really is--a mind virus that controls human behavior to facilitate its own survival. As such, it is a living, but unconscious player in human affairs. Warning: This site is unabashedly against the Christianity Meme. We consider promoting this viewpoint as an act of philanthropy.

April 07, 2005
Securing your online privacy with Tor

You may never think about it, but many of your online activities may be monitored and analyzed. Advertising companies, government agencies, and private users can use traffic analysis to gather information about which Web sites and pages you visit, what newsgroups you read, and whom you talk to on IRC. While there is no need to be paranoid (or is there???), you can keep your online communication private. The Tor project can help you with that.

April 04, 2005

This central site allows you to request a free credit file disclosure, commonly called a credit report, once every 12 months from each of the nationwide consumer credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.

April 02, 2005
The Free (and 99.9% foolproof) way of ridding your computer of spyware, addware, malware in general, and viruses

Hello everyone, as you all know, malware and viruses are 2 of the biggest problems on the internet today. Hopefully this article will provide you a way to get your computer back to operating under your terms without constant nagging from pop-ups, slow processes, and “Free Search” toolbars suddenly appearing.

I have tested the following process on about 20 different computers, and have advised many others as to the formula to getting rid of spyware and viruses, and all of them have come back to me and said that it worked perfectly and they have had no problems since.

It may be best to print these instructions out, this process will require you close your browser and restart your computer if necessary.