Curvy corners for your divs

Havn’t tested this myself, but it seems incredibly easy and adds that little extra to your layout. Check out CurvyCorners.

Development Personal Web

Blogs and careers

Wow, blogs can help your career. I never knew. 😉 We’ll I did. And I guess most people that follows blogging a bit knows. Especially within the high tech industry where the web/google/blogs are used as a main information source. I google for information that is pretty technical each day, and I probably find around 40% or something of what I need on blogs.

I do this mainly out of interest, a small bit of fun (hey, I can’t deny it’s gratifying to see the stats go up) and a small bit of self promotion. Sometimes I blog a lot, and sometimes less. What I would really like to do is turn it towards a lot more content than just linking. That is my goal, but time rarely permits.

Rands is an excellent example of a good blogger. He really is one of my favourite bloggers in tech. Of course he blogs mostly management, but related to the software industry.

Maybe adding a bit of attitude to my blog would make it better? Nah, don’t have it in me. Maybe after a couple of beers like Matt suggests. 😉

Personal Web

WordPress 2.0, not code friendly

So it’s been a couple of days since I upgraded to WordPress 2.0. Nothing really big, a bit slicker admin interface. WYSIWG editor and integrated spam plugin. I tried posting some code today though, and it all went bananas. Even the “edit HTML source” didn’t help since it removes < and > signs in between. I don’t want to need to translate all those. Not very code friendly at all. I’ll have to try to dig up some plugins/improvements.

Check out how seamless the switch between WYSIWG and WikiMarkup is in Confluence. I miss that. 🙂