CSS Classes Within Classes

In Tech and Internet by Daniel M. Clark2 Comments

You know what would be awesome? This: .text-right { text-align: right; } .sidebar-text { font-size: 1.2em; include: text-right; } See what I did there? Now, how is that helpful? I mean, it would surely be just as easy to type text-align: right rather than include: text-right. Where I think it’s helpful is in dealing with things like this: .rounded-1em { …

Which Column Are You In?

In Tech and Internet by Daniel M. Clark1 Comment

I use TweetDeck to organize the people that I follow on Twitter and Facebook, and I have the application divided up into many columns. Three of the columns are Do Not Miss, AM (for Affiliate Marketing) and Autos/Companies. I always pay close attention to the people that I’ve put into the Do Not Miss column. The AM column has the …

Six Ways to Use FourSquare Without Annoying People

In Tech and Internet by Daniel M. Clark12 Comments

It’s been said that 2010 will be the Year of FourSquare (via Peter Shankman) but it’s also been called annoying and worthless by folks who’d rather not see FourSquare updates on Twitter and Facebook. Like any technology or social application, there are ways to use FourSquare without annoying anyone – or, with minimal annoyance at least.   Turn off notifications …

What the Hell is Wrong With People?

In Tech and Internet by Daniel M. Clark

Imagine you are a software developer, a writer, or an artist. You have something to sell. You walk into a boardroom, a party, or a social gathering where people are interested in what you’ve got to say about your product. Chit-chat is encouraged, people are making small talk. You talk about yourself and talk up your product a bit. You …

WordPress on the iPhone: Not Quite There

In Tech and Internet by Daniel M. Clark

This post is being written on my iPhone using the WordPress iPhone app – which I would link to if it weren’t such a hassle. That is my major gripe about the app, and it’s one that can’t be stressed enough: writing HTML on the iPhone (on any phone, I imagine) is an exercise in frustration. I suppose if you …

How to Avoid Ads on Twitter with Filtering

In Tech and Internet by Daniel M. Clark4 Comments

With both legitimate marketers and spammers setting their sights on Twitter, it is only a matter of time before spam becomes a major problem. Anyone at all can send you an β€œat” message, and unfollowing someone is a very final solution. What if you like 90% of what someone tweets but they throw in a few ads or sponsored tweets …