It's like an Erector set for the Internet.
Now, how long before it's encrypted with PGP or something similar?
And it's still going to suck.
It's been all downhill since we lynched the blink tag I tells ya.
I'm doubtful but I hope the work we did helped.
And you only have to work on Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!
Jim, this is the app we were talking about on Monday.
I have a hard time believing that this will always be free.
"Feeoo veb peges oor meeel es spukee by zee Svedeesh Cheff."
Must read for anyone in the business or otherwise interested in such events.
Is this good or bad? I can't tell.
A little project for a rainy day.
Coda. Get it. Don't think, just buy.
Do private communities really work?
It's a magazine dudes, not a blog.
After a long search, finally a good solution is found.
Also serves as a great guideline for building online communities.
I mostly bark orders while chewing on cigars.
Wow, does anyone use this anymore? Maybe for legacy projects?
1up: A view of the Stanley Nickle!
Uh, why not just ask for a web developer?
And a multiple account switcher? Sweet! Thanks guys!
I'd hate to see what they call their Flash designers.
It's a bonus link for them but I figured it's a resource that should not be missed.
Cigar smoking and large 1970's lapels not required, but a plus.
Nice idea. I generally do this before a site goes to HTML though.
Pay $240k a year. Really.
The time would have been better spent improving their service.
Nice work Rob. Thank you.
Sounds like the perfect reality show.
Oh well, at least Jet Blue flies there.
Tell me. Let's fix it. W3C, WaSP, whatever. We have problems."
Along with a nifty new website and interface.
They also sit and shake hands of rewarded properly.
Thanks for the notes Luke. Priceless.
"...the only finishes available to you are either giving it all up one day or dying on the cliffs."
We could almost be neighbors.
"I'm just asking for more balance."
Ethan, check out the snap-back behavior.
Continue reading "Glider." »
Get that on the homepage Leslie.
"Unlike Adobe AIR and Microsoft Silverlight, we're not building a proprietary platform to replace the web."
Saved for an upcoming project.
Without Jim, MSNBC would be ABC News.
Thanks Richard. We owe you one.
Now, what can be done about the lack of a good hovercar?
Time to start Airbag Hosting Limited.
Ethan on conditional love.
That's one way to keep the mouth breathers away.
I'll believe it when I see it.
There's a lot of Airbag love there. Nice work everyone.
For those who want to learn such things.
It's like painting with Bob Ross only Ryan doesn't have an afro.
The next episode in Ryan's ongoing series.
They're spot on with number five. Spot. On.
"Wireframes: square peg, round hole."
Redirect members to a special landing page the first time they log in to Expression Engine.
For Ethan, in case he becomes disgruntled.
A must-have plugin for Expression Engine.
And it works to save the ape population. Nice.
In the last show Hunter was shot trying to help orphans.
Listen to Ryan, he knows what the hell he's talking about.
I wonder if employees get free tuition.
Though my guess is that Lauren is the real brains behind the code.
I wish more people made amazing software like Panic. Airbag loves Panic.
Mark your calendar, show your support.
It's a fantastic job for a wonderful, longtime Airbag client.
No worries guys, take your time.
Demand to work with Col. Todd Northcutt.
Croft I can't tell you how disappointed I am that you're not the first comment. Dammit!
Should be called: What don't we build with Expression Engine?
I've been using 3.x for years. It's like a pickup truck that keeps on keeping on.
In which Ryan gives away corporate secrets.
More Airbag proprietary information given away, for free.
I wanted to hold a knife fight contest but Leslie said the lawyers wouldn't go for it. Figures.
Something every EE admin should have at their ready.
I'm looking forward to reading how the training went.
It's one of those new fangled web 2.0 tag clouds.
Cameron made a list of resources, go check it out.
Why anyone thinks they can be trusted is beyond me.
Confusing floating book images weirds me out.
If you live for web standards then you will want to continue.
I'd like to buy an 'E' and sell a few 'R's.
Just patted myself on the back for that one.
Put it next to your Farrah Fawcett poster.
Hurry, they're going to go fast.
Tell Davidson you need a corner office.
Forgot to link to this earlier. Go. Read. Now.
While you're there see if you can help them make coffee, like they used to.
For those who do that sort of thing.
Buy, download, and learn.
This should be bundled with every purchase of EE.
A welcome move from Ellis Labs.
Is this enough to save Flash?
If only the live broadcast chat channel had been preserved as well.
Brilliant. Must read for those who code visual sites.