Interesting discussion on browsers and Watson/Sherlock-like tools. Similar to what I've been working on. I guess it's finally time to start writing the big piece of information about it.
9:27 PM XUL printing
Some work has been started to get XUL documents printable.
7:17 PM Usability Quiz
The following are diagrams of the controls inside the three adjacent elevators in a real, existing building (where I currently work). Can you determine the usability problem that the elevator panels have?
Three images are provided. For the best time figuring it out, try to avoid viewing the images together, since if you were really in the elevator, you would only see one at a time.
For a bonus million points, see if you know which building this is. Hint: you won't.
11:34 PM XBL talk
I've been debating about whether to form some sort of response to all of the XBL discussion going on in the www-style mailing list. But, there's already enough discussion by numerous other people. The guy who is against XBL doesn't seem to have much support, likely since he doesn't have much proof of his claims.
Or maybe it's because of the funny things he says:
I inherit from my father a very abstract brain. I work very well in multiple dimensions.
Apologies in that I violated my promise not to respond to you, but I think this clear statement of our disagreement will clarify for the list all the verbosity we did.
10:46 PM Longest Delay Ever!
Haven't written much lately. I have been a little busy with some contract work and with this once-a-year requirement to actually go to a store and buy things. And not even things for myself!
People spend more time buying gifts and putting up decorations and writing cards at Christmas than one gets back in vacation time. At Thanksgiving , one has to spend a lot of time preparing food. Other holidays need one to buy cards or fireworks or candy or costumes. It's interesting that, despite the name, Labour Day is one of the few holidays that one doesn't need to spend any effort preparing for it.