About this site's lack of design: Yes, it's supposed to look this way — I'm helping create a new sandbox theme for WordPress (see it on GitHub).

Dan Rubin's SuperfluousBanter

Design, random musings, and the Web. Since 1977

Category Archives: Internet

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MovableType Meetup

Now this would be really cool! Unfortunately, the closest area which appears to have enough people to actually meet is Tampa, a 4-5 hour drive from Fort Lauderdale. I’m the only person to try to sign up in Broward County so far (apparently). So, any other Palm Beach/Broward/Miami-Dade MovableType users out there? Speak up, I […]

This item was posted by Dan Rubin on Friday, July 25th, 2003.

Recent Adventures in Moblogging

I’m lucky enough to be a second-round beta tester for SixApart’s upcoming TypePad service, and I’ve just been having a blast posting via email (“Moblogging”). My test site is Superfluous Life, and is light on content, and even lighter on design (for more on why I’m not messing with the code/layout/design, read this post). Check […]

This item was posted by Dan Rubin on Wednesday, July 16th, 2003.

RIP Netscape

AOL has finally axed Netscape. Luckily, Mozilla development will continue, at least for the time being. Unfortunately, this only weakens the browser market by leaving IE/Windows and Safari as the only fully-supported browsers under development (if you can still refer to IE as “under development”). Yes, there are still other browsers around (Opera fans UNITE!), […]

This item was posted by Dan Rubin on Wednesday, July 16th, 2003.

Referrers Updated

Just an FYI really: I’ve upgraded to Refer 2.01 for this site’s Referrers section. I have not figured out (yet) how to transfer my old referrers to the new SQL table (any hints?), so for the time being the old referrers can still be viewed here. Please forgive any glitches in the display of the […]

This item was posted by Dan Rubin on Monday, June 23rd, 2003.

Reinvigorate Your Stats

I just signed up for a neat little service: RE_INVIGORATE // Data Archiving Services. They provide all sorts of web stats analysis, including browser type, platform, screen resolution, as well as monitoring hits and referrers (although for referrers I’m still hung up on Dean Allen’s Refer 2.0). The UI is very nice, and we’ll see […]

This item was posted by Dan Rubin on Thursday, June 19th, 2003.

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