A person I know urged me to read Wikinomics by Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams. So, I started reading. So far I read chapter 1, 4, and 5. I agree with less cheerful reviewers of this book (here and here) that this book probably doesn’t worth my time spent reading it. I actually agree […]Read more "Comments and notes on Wikinomics (part 1)"
Special thanks again to David Lindquist for adding a new feature in the most recent release of ColumNav 1.0, which is the ability for ColumNav widget to load arbitrary HTML in one of its columns. This feature can really enrich the widget to go beyond a tree listing of menu items. Yes. You can certainly […]Read more "First impression about ColumNav 1.0"
I had a lot of fun playing with Animated Collapsible DIV. However, when I wanted to dynamically insert the content of the collapsible DIV, it would not work. I realized that it would only work for static content that doesn’t change on fly. The Collapsible DIV is initialized at page load and doesn’t dynamically change […]Read more "Not so dynamic “Animated Collapsible DIV”"
Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter wrote a book “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful!” This book focus on 20 workplace bad habits and some key good habits. I enjoyed the reading enough to give a short speech on a few points in the book and won […]Read more "Notes from “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There”"
Rich Text Editor (RTE) is an alternative to dojo.editor. Although its icon set isn’t as cute as ones for dojo.editor, the graphics are certainly changeable. So, you can replace them with your own creative versions. You can turn on or off individual icons for RTE. Dojo.editor also allows such customization when you work with dojo.editor […]Read more "RTE and dojo.editor"
I didn’t realize what xpilot really is until I play it. It is a 2-D space shooter action game. The controls are simple, turn left or right, thrust forward, and shoot bullets. It reminded me another game called SubSpace, which is equally fun. I know this is so 1990s. Hay! These classics can still deliver […]Read more "xpilot"