Warning: "continue" targeting switch is equivalent to "break". Did you mean to use "continue 2"? in /nfs/c01/h01/mnt/13996/domains/floggingenglish.com/html/wp-content/plugins/seo-ultimate/modules/class.su-module.php on line 1195
July 2008 – Flogging English

cuil: Good, bad or just different?

After getting past the initial urge to play on the name; cuil (pronounced cool), it's not that bad of a search engine. The design is top rate, and an image next to the returned results is nice as well, but like many others: your results may vary. I have been playing around with for an … Read more

Perubique.com: The new design is finished!

At long last I have finally finished the design and Flash work for my new portfolio/freelance site – Perubique.com. I started working on it about 2 months ago (june 8th or so actually) now, so it has been a long time coming. So now I sit here, enjoying my IBC Black Cherry soda, basking in … Read more

DIY TV Repair: Fixing screen flicker on a Sony HD WEGA

The wife and I bought or swankin’ huge, beastly heavy TV about 7 or 8 years ago now and have really liked it. A Sony WEGA 32″ HD Flat Screen which costs us about $1,500 at the time and took me and my brother to move it – as it weighs in at almost 200 … Read more

Enhanced indexing for Flash – is it just what the Doctor ordered?

I have, in the past, written at some length about SEO tactics for Flash development, which now thanks to Adobe, Yahoo and Google has just gotten quite a bit more in-depth and practical. On the first of July Adobe released technology to Google and Yahoo to help them along with their crawlers to be able … Read more

Web design: should designers design for themselves?

As a web designer, I have done built quite a lot of sites, and designed many more, yet I still find it more time consuming and difficult to design and build my own web site than any other sites I design and/or build. Which begs the question: should web designers design their own web sites? … Read more

Persistent hype about Firefox

One persitent trend I really enjoy about blogging is the outlandish claims that are made with no supporting data or apparent research. I was reading my email this morning, and I come across the usual spam from SitePoint (sometimes good, sometimes not) and I read that IE is on track to go the way of … Read more

%d bloggers like this: