This is an essay on the proper markup for abbreviations and acronyms in HTML. If was first published as a series of posts on Yammer, but since we will discontinue the use of that tool, I thought I rather save it over here (it’s probably more accessible here anyways). A word of warning: this is […]
Here’s another weekend-project. Actually it’s more an “interface study”, but a fully functional calculator app. It is all based around the thought: why does the “Calculator” app on my computer still look like a hardware pocket calculator from the 1950’s? Why doesn’t it render the formula like a proper formula editor? Why can’t I enter […]
Did you ever want to know which quotation marks are used in different regions in Europe? Consult this map for an overview.
My (then 6-year-old) daughter and me were pretty impressed by this build of a Portal Turret, and since she is quite a big Portal fan, this thing went straight up to the top of her birthday wish-list.
A Desktop Picture, well suitable (but not only) for pinball wizards.
Yet another tracing exercise. Not that I’m too much impressed about the result myself, but … what the heck.
This is a little drawing of myself I did a while ago when trying how to do a manual trace of a photograph. Nothing fancy, but somehow I like it.
This Macintosh desktop picture is based on an artistic interpretation of a Goode Homolosine Projection. Actually, this looks probably best with earlier versions of MacOS X, but… well…
This is a photograph I took some time ago of Lake Pyhäjärvi in Finland. Works great as a desktop picture.