May 6, 2004
In which our author attempts to expiate an egregious act of software rewriting, and discovers a few things about design patterns for HTML generation, standards committees, and a language that needs to learn its place.
Do Domain Names Matter?
July 2, 2003
As navigational features improve at the edge of the decentralizing internet, the domain name system is returning to its old, uncontroversial role.
The modern creative uses Apple products, but defaces the logo. Is this individualistic meme warfare, or just an odd sort of adolescent ingratitude?
Van Burnham's Supercade, Jaro Gielens' Electronic Plastic, and the rhythms of technological history.
On the political failures of ICANN, and the remote but fascinating possibility of domain name balkanization.