- Via the boagworld forum: Web Design Tools. I haven't checked them all out, but the color chooser ones look very interesting.
- A simple (but not really easy to use and unsupported tool to mount CDs from Microsoft (via tech-recepies): Virtual CD Control Panel - be sure to take a look at the readme file before using it!
- An article discussing why the Borland (CodeGear) development environment uses Delphi. Here is an older related blog post. It is very cool knowing that MS opened up some of the inner workings of their products (I'm referring to CodeDOM here).
- Via Slashdot: The well-tempered Debian desktop.
- From Jakob Nielsen usability guru (also on Slashdot: Usability in the Movies -- Top 10 Bloopers
- From Ajaxian: Whay you can do to break the back button?. I actually tested a much meaner version of this which opened up two popups for each one you closed. Of course this was before the time of built-in popup blockers.
- Via Ajaxian: an on-line imagemap creator. Image maps are so '90s, but this is still cool.
- Via Ajaxian: a live view of the creation process of blog posts. Very cool.
Sunday, December 24, 2006
Posted by Attila-Mihaly Balazs at 5:12 PM