While most people are encouraged to comment code in any programs or scripts that they produce you may want to revisit that concept now.... Why? Well imagine if someone left a comment that wasn't that flattering in the midst of it all. For example: "the user is a w**nker" I'm sure we've all done it :) I haven't ever written that much code, so I'm less likely to have … [Read more...] about Commenting your code may not be a good idea
Archives for October 2006
Unless I'm mistaken it seems that you can nominate people in some categories of the Golden Spiders this year without having to pay. Unfortunately it's not at all clear from the website which categories are "free" and which ones you need to pay for. Best Social Networking, Community & Not for Profit website seems to be free and is described as: " The Golden Spider for the Best … [Read more...] about Golden Spiders 2006 – Not all paid this time!
While working on one of my little side-projects I spotted some rather interesting meta content (I also saw a lot of dross, but that's another day's work). The meta tags included on the main page of a well known company's website included explicit references to a couple of their competitors. I didn't have the time to examine all the subpages, but the inclusion of the competitors … [Read more...] about Is Metatag Abuse an Issue?
If anyone wants the really dull presentation slides I did for the IIA thing last week let me know I've got them in open office format, powerpoint and PDF … [Read more...] about IIA Carlow Presentation
Cool new site that lets you create ajax powered polls to place on a website, blog, email etc. Its 100% free!read more | digg story EDIT: Although I already blogged this earlier during the week I was just testing out the Digg > Blog integration … [Read more...] about PollDaddy.com free polls for your website and blog