Squidoo MDK Problems

July 6th, 2007

No response from Squidoo about my countdown module yet, so I’m going to write about some problems I encoutered with the Module Development Kit. This is going to be technical and Squidoo-specific, so beware.

A bit of background : Squidoo offers a SDK for module development. This SDK (or MDK […] Continue Reading…

A Countdown Module for Squidoo?

July 4th, 2007

Recently I decided to take a look at Squidoo and almost immediately I noticed they offered a Module Development Kit. After checking out the list of “Most Wanted” modules it seems a countdown module is a fairly popular idea and should be easy enough to do. A countdown module […] Continue Reading…

My Take On Google Motto

June 27th, 2007

There’s been a lot of talk about Google’s corporate motto – “Don’t be evil” – for years. A fun bit of statistics – searching for “google is evil” yields around 41,700 results while “google is not evil” only produces 5,370 hits.

Here’s my take on it – the motto […] Continue Reading…

Click Heatmaps for Everyone

June 22nd, 2007

(Another obscure topic here… yay!)

One day not too long ago I remembered the “website heatmap” buzz (not so popular anymore now) and wondered whether I could/should create a software that could generate heatmaps for any particular website. Note that originally the phrase “website heatmap” was used to refer to […] Continue Reading…

Getting Excited About Toolkits And SDKs

June 10th, 2007

…because that’s what I tend to do. You know how it is – while browsing the web you come across some component library, API spec. or similar, and it looks so cool you wish you could immediately put it to use. I usually download those, store them somewhere, maybe […] Continue Reading…