The URL for may no longer exist was a meaningful internet entity – it now goes to the YouTube page for some guy who will teach you Led Zeppelin riffs – but in the early days of the web, it was a magical place for guit nerds like myself who were a) unhealthily obsessed […]


When I first started doing web development many many moons ago, Javascript was that annoying add-on that was super-picky about quotes and semicolons but was necessary for state-of-the-art tricks like rollovers and image swaps. Now, it’s the language that underpins pretty much everything on the web, that which keeps me employed, and more importantly, that […]