When the prol has a break, days shift into nights. Up till 5 am working on ‘secret project 2000’ and the upgrading of the forum at gavinfriday.com. This is the last day of my break, mourn with me.
HTMhell: Breeding better clients. Zeldman’s first column for Adobe.
Another Indonesian weblog spotted!
Few updates today, because we’re working on ‘secret project 2000’. I’ve always wanted to say that.
Andy, where’s my 15 minutes?
In the last 3 jobs I have had, I have had several colleagues like the ones Matt describes. They work on the company’s site with enthusiasm, yet have no sense or knowledge of the community out there. And if they do, it’s often very local, not global (the way I seem to experience it). Some of them didn’t have net connections at home, or if they did, they hardly used it. Very few had personal sites, and if they did they were once off experiments, never come to fruition. It’s the difference between seeing the net as a ‘career’ or ‘a way of life’. Maybe we are the odd ones? I guess not everybody feels the need for self expression. I couldn’t live without it now, my heart and head would burst. But before the net, I had journals, letters, ‘zines, a book to express myself. What did you do before the net? [ view thread ]