The History of The Web

One of the few blogs that I’m subscribed to and one that I actually open and read the emails from is Jay Hoffmann’s The History of The Web. Hoffmann does a great job of narrating how the web developed into what it is today, covering everything from the history of […]

Domain Privacy Protection

WHOIS Results for khmtravel.com

Every registered domain has contact information associated with it. This information is provided from the user (registrant) to the domain registrar (such as GoDaddy, 1&1, eNom, etc) at the domain’s registration. This information includes your name, address, and phone number and the registrar is required to prompt you annually to […]

10 Things That Require Zero Talent

I found this list on LinkedIn somewhere, and adapted it a little. None of these things on this list require talent or education, but all of them will improve your work and relationships. Punctuality Good Work Ethic Showing Compassion Body Language Energy & Spirit Positive Attitude Humility Being Coachable Going […]

Snippet Sunday #5

As promised, here is another approach to “cropping” images in CSS circles. It looks almost identical to the other fiddle, but is done a different way. This method is better than the one I described in my previous Snippet Sunday in that the images are actually centered (without the use […]

Snippet Sunday #4

Here’s a basic jsfiddle I made to illustrate how to crop an image with a CSS circle. Gone are the days of editing photos for this effect (thank goodness). I’m using negative margins to faux-center the images. (Check back next week to see another method of cropping that doesn’t use […]