Recent web sites…

Working on web sites is a great challenge. Recent projects include: hangitwright.com – a building contractor in Wildwood, Florida, specializing in drywall, acoustical insulation, and framing for commercial and residential construction. frankjdeluca.com – a site for Frank J. DeLuca, owner of DeLuca Toyota in Ocala, Florida, and great supporter of the community. debbieklugger.com – a … Read more

web site development, and what people think they know…

To quote Donald Rumsfeld, there’s known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns. In the case of web development as with many things, some people who use web sites, think they know how easy/hard it is to build them. (Hint: they don’t) Check out this person who needs to hire a programmer yet they already ‘know’ … Read more

Getting the ATI Catalyst Control Center install to work

My nice Dell XPS 420 has an ATI Radeon 2600 HD XT video card in it. Perfectly smooth performance for my needs (I’m no gamer), and it runs my 24″ display at 1920×1200 under Vista just fine. A few months ago I figured I’d upgrade the display driver, and got a new install from the … Read more

Guantanamo, Iran, and torture

There’s been an enormous amount of discussion, arguments, and chatter about ‘torture’.  What it is, what is isn’t, and who is doing it. Guantanamo, the U.S. military detention camp, has been loudly criticized for ‘water-boarding’ (simulated drowning) of 3 terrorists.  No doubt this technique is psychnologically terrible, but whether any permanent damage is inflicted is … Read more