I saw another custom font solution today: typeface Instead of creating images or using flash just to show your site’s graphic text in the font you want, you can use typeface.js and write in plain HTML and CSS, just as if your visitors had the font installed locally. A while ago, I blogged about the… Continue reading Custom font
San-x wants you to think your cellphone is tamogaotchi so they made a bed for it. You cannot resist it. If there could ever be something that’s just too cute, some accessory that will rip a hole in the space-time continuum due to its sheer cute-itude, San-X hopes to produce it, and all of Japan… Continue reading cellphone = tamagotchi?
After having my Sansa e250 for over a year, I finally figured out how to read Chinese on it. I followed the instructions on this forum and it WORKED. Therefore I’m going to save the steps in case the forum thread is removed. The complete guide of enable Asian Language support in Sandisk Sansa e200… Continue reading Sansa e250 read Chinese
While at work, I was trying to find a way to easily do server side pagination without writing all the lovely logic myself. Due to some constraints, I am unable to use more high end framework such as JSF and struts. Which in a way I believe is a good thing. I would have more… Continue reading Why I prefer jQuery over YUI
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