I'm still playing with the site and the new WordPress Twenty Fourteen theme. Though the help of the excellent Fourteen Extended plugin, all posts are showing in reverse chronological order on the home page now. The featured posts at the top are not necessarily the three most recent anymore. I've also changed the homepage to… Continue reading Few more tweaks
June 11th marked the 10th anniversary of Punaro.com. In actuality, this site has existed since my freshman year at RIT in 1995. The web was brand new at that point, and my roommate geeks and I were competing to see who could have the coolest website. It was a smorgasbord of repeating image backgrounds, animated… Continue reading Ten years of Punaro.com
While using National Fuel's online account services I got this fabulous error message: Error ! The current browser is either too old or too modern (usind DOM document structure). Thanks, National Fuel. I'll be sure to upgrade or downgrade my browser so I can continue using your site.
Poorly designed websites, and arbitrary security policies peeve me. Why is it that my online banking sites never require me to change my password, but my healthcare reimbursement account site, on which I cannot do anything except look at what claims have been paid and what my balance is, now requires me to change my… Continue reading Arbitrary website security and design
There are lots of great applications and technologies out there for us internet addicts to use as we read and blog. Generally these technologies are invented to fulfill a specific need, but then are frequently adapted by others to extend beyond the original purpose. Generally that purpose is advertising or spam. Take Twitter, for instance.… Continue reading Of RSS and Twitter