New Year’s Eve is one of the most hyped times of the year, but still a great time to meet friends and have fun. There is celebration all over the world but the news often show images from the same old places.
Posts from year 2007
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Ten years ago, the Browser Wars raged. The new millennium tried to start fresh but it was actually the medieval period of web coding: nested table layout, spacer gifs, presentational markup and other atrocities. Then there was Zeldman.
I’m currently sitting in a train traveling northeast. It is a Sunday evening in November, the month when this part of the world is covered by a cold blanket of gloom. I lift my eyes and have a look at my fellow passengers. People are traveling around the globe more than ever before.
Even though I generally loathe the commercialized term Web 2.0, I believe social interaction on web sites is most often a very good idea. We create a lot of digital content today and it’s a fun thing for others to view and explore.
Is it just me and my imagination, or is airline security becoming more irrational every day? For instance, consider the security check before boarding. It is adamant and removes all nail scissors regardless of size, but as soon as you board the aircraft, the steward gives you a glass bottle with a smile.
ASP.NET has been taking a lot of hard words since the beginning. Most of the complaints are well deserved, but there are some ways to make things slightly better.
Every summer SKYTRAX compile information from 14 million surveys taken by over 90 nationalities. The result of these surveys leads to the World Airline Awards. The results for 2007 are:
Today it was revealed that Microsoft will release the source code to parts of the .NET Framework. It will likely occur during the shipment of VS2008 and .NET Framework 3.5.
The culling of cinemas in Gothenburg continues. After the tragic demise of Victoria and Draken, the time has come to two old friends: Downtown and Palladium.
The very popular content management system EPiServer is about to get a major upgrade to version 5. The first release candidate version was released during spring and I’ve been working a lot with the RC3 version during the summer.