Today’s Post is introduced by Thomas Powell, CEO of PINT, Inc. Outside of PINT and my other firms, I spend a fair amount of time at the University of ...

Thomas Powell
By Thomas Powell
Jun 26

Do you speak binary? 01001001 00100000 01100010 01100101 01110100 00100000 01101110 01101111 (Translation: I bet no) Try yourself. Well this is what all CPUs “speak” as you likely know. For ...

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By Thomas Powell
Apr 9

In our every busy lives it is common that we often short-circuit our evaluation of situations because the cost of a complex and thoughtful decision may outweigh the negative consequences ...

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By Thomas Powell
Mar 3

If you do any work with IE8 at all you are surely familiar with its various compatibility modes.  Basically the browser will flip into quirks mode or strict mode depending ...

Thomas Powell
By Thomas Powell
Mar 1

When trying to build an accessible Web site it is often a good idea to put in a link for screen readers to jump over repetitive navigation elements on page ...

Thomas Powell
By Thomas Powell
Feb 26

A year ago I mentioned that cross origin Ajax requests were coming and then got backed out of the last version of Firefox Well they are back now and they ...

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By Thomas Powell
Jul 6

Google is the modern day Oracle of Delphi.   Ask Google something and it tells you the answer, or at least that is how we Web commoners tend to think.  If ...

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By Thomas Powell
Jun 30

Right now I am knee deep in HTML 5, CSS 3 and all related topics to support the new edition of HTML: The Complete Reference. Usually I don’t share ...

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By Thomas Powell
Jun 2

Many users are quite concerned by the amount of tracking performed online so they dump their browser’s cache and cookies quite regularly. Effective privacy perserving strategy or not, all ...

Thomas Powell
By Thomas Powell
May 11