Monthly Archives: August 2005

Safari 2.0.1

After much discussion recently with Erik, we decided that Safari was a lost cause when it came to coercing XML documents out of serialized strings. Fortunately, Safari 2.0.1 seems to now include both the DOMParser and XMLSerializer classes that Mozilla implements. Looks like some of the last chinks in Safari’s Ajax armor are finally fixed.

Dojo 0.1 is out!

Dojo 0.1 is now available. An amazing team put this thing together, and shows. While we’ve got a long way to go toward one-dot-oh, this first release of Dojo is something everyone involved with its creation can be proud of. So go download it, check out the post-download help page and API outlines, and let […]

new box

This blog has been moved to new hardware in a new NOC which should be significantly faster all around. If you experience any problems reaching this blog in the coming days, please send me mail.


I love my Mac. I really can’t imagine going back to windows or even Linux for my desktop at this point. But I’ve got a beef w/ the speed of this sleek little box that I spend the majority of my waking hours in front of. It’s kind of a dog. I recently put another […]