Tag Archives: design

Setting up JWildfire as a Project in NetBeans

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to set up JWildfire in the NetBeans IDE so you can edit the software in one of the best Java IDEs available. This will allow you to make custom variations of … Continue reading

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UltraGUI – Window Management for Irrlicht

In today’s world, there’s this subtle quest of designers and programmers to find the ultimate GUI layout – something that always works and everyone can use with ease. When a design is bad, someone gets an earful. When it’s decent, … Continue reading

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Perfect Search Engine Optimization

Table of Contents To the Programmer / Web Developer To the Seeker of an SEO Company

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ChronologicalDot Site B is ONLINE

Well… at the moment at least.

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Software Embarrassment #1 – It’s a Paint Job

For quite some time, I’ve struggled with the fact that most work I find out there is always more professional or quality than mine (even if mine looks better or works better, there’s some mystique about professional work that always … Continue reading

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What is and isn’t Art

Table of Contents Pure Art Modern “Art” What Happened? How Do We Find “Real” Art? More Specifically… What Happened to Emotion? Beauty? I’m Vague Conclusion

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Blast from the Past – LEGO website in 1996

Remember the days when websites were pages of just solid, repeated backgrounds with buttons that were cheap gif images. You know – back when gif images were cool. Think back, before the days of CSS 2, back when you still … Continue reading

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Morals and Copyrights

Table of Contents Background for this article Moral Background Interpreting the Constitution Intentions of Copyrights Society by Said Interpretation From the Wicked Depths of Capitalism Creativity Might Be a Joke Privilege, not Right Utopia Conclusion Appendix: Letter of Thomas Jefferson … Continue reading

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Separating Your Work and Private Website

Recently I spoke with an undisclosed individual about the job market… and of course, about websites. The consensus with employers is always this: separate your professional side from your private life. That’s definitely good advice. No one wants to hear … Continue reading

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