Archives for March 2005
Kevin Kelly’s site, Cool Tools has posted a great tip about one of my favorite tools: white boards. As a geek, I love the ability to quickly sketch out a flow chart, rough UI design or a task list on my office white board. While I have a small white board in my home office, I dream of a day that I can have an entire wall covered with marker board.
The post provides a great amount of detail concerning the options available, breaking it down into two options, “cheap” and “best”. The latter option is made of metal coated in ceramic, so it becomes much more useful as you can utilize magnets, eliminating the need for a separate cork board.
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Wow, another image replacement method! Malarkey’s image replacement (MIR) looks to be very easy, and effective. It has a simple purpose, and does it well. No Flash. No dynamic text. It replaces HTML elements with an image, without the need for additional markup like SPANs or DIVs.
Picture taken from the Official Aluma Designs Web site
Aluma produces framing systems out of perforated aluminum, which provides an amazing amount of creative flexibility. I would love to get a several frames, in varying sizes (and perhaps colors) when Sarah and I have bought our house. The style wold match my computer desk perfectly, establishing a modern feel in my office.