Monthly Archives: March 2003

My little contribution to Mark Pilgrim’s CSS tab discussion. I’ve kind of been sitting on this technique for some time now (4 or 5 months?), but Marks blog entry finally spurred me into doing something with it. Hopefully it’ll be useful.

so what are spammers going to do when mortgage rates aren’t at a 40 year low?

I just spent upwards of 3 hours attempting to get a functioning Python XSLT processor installed on my box so I can continue brainFeed development. What a fucking mess. To start with, the latest versions of PyXML supposedly provides an xslt module (derived from 4XSLT) with a sane programatic interface. Unfortunantly, when it does decide […]

Ok, I’m drooling.