Internet Explorer CSS implementation horrors

Well, the migration to WordPress 2.0 and Squible went fine, with on exception.  The manner by which Internet Explorer handles Cascading Style Sheets is driving me crazy.  If you take a look at my site in Firefox, everything is presented as I want it to.  The menus are aligned perfectly to the right of my …

WordPress 2.0 upgrade complete, along with a new theme

The WordPress upgrade went as advertised.  Pretty seamless.  And while I was at it, I decided to change my theme as well.  Kiwi was nice, but I was finding the overhead of maintaining graphics for features to be a but too much for me.  So, I’ve switched over to Squible, which is more evolved and …

Congratulations Marc!

Microsoft recently announced the latest Tablet PC MVPs, and Marc Orchant was one of those selected.  Congratulations Marc!  For those who don’t know, my introduction to the Tablet platform came essentially through Marc’s blogs, and I continue to rely on his insight on the platform to influence my tablet experience.

37Signals to rollout a small business CRM tool

This has to be the best technology news I missed while I was in India. 37Signals, makers of Basecamp, Backpack, and Ta-da lists announced that it will soon roll out Sunrise, a CRM application for small businesses. This is huge! If you aren’t familiar with 37Signals or their previous products, you should check them out …

Mainstream migration of Podcasts

Steve Rubel, over at Micro Persuasion, makes a brief mention of new podcast downloads at Fidelity Investments’ Registered Investment Advisor Group.  While not in the true podcast spirit (To access the actual audio, you have to go through a registration process), the fact that Fidelity is offering this service is worth noting. I think we’re …