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

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 […]