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Simplicity

Welcome to the newest version of Sillyness, Optimal Optimus. Hopefully you get the reference. If not, you have my sympathy.

Buy my book!

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That's right people the time has finally come.  Blog Design Solutions will be released on February 20th; now is your time to pre-order your shiny copy.  Andy Budd, Simon Collison, Michael Heilemann, John Oxton, David Powers, Rich Rutter, Phil Sherry and I worked pretty hard …

A couple of gifts for you


As this year draws to a close, your friends here at Sillyness would like to give you a couple of gifts.


When I moved from my previous design 'Fresh and Clean' I had decided to package it up as best I could and release it as a free theme for WordPress.  Today that dream becomes a reality.


Also, as many of you know, I had been working on a new theme for Sillyness code named 'Believe'.  As I have stated elsewhere I came to realize that I have shifted artistically back to the world of paint and charcoal; I gave up on my new design, and you guessed it, decided to package what I had up and release it as well.

If you have ever given a presentation


You have got to see this little gem.  A presentation on Web 2.0 from (24)slash7 that just keeps giving.

Variables in your CSS via PHP

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There are a number of ways to use PHP with other web languages and technologies.  I myself use PHP in some of my JS scripts and sometimes even in CSS files.

Fresh and Clean returns


At least for a little while.

Sorry to be doing this again

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Well I am going to have to push off the last installment of my Publishing with LuLu series one more day.

K2 Beta One: Sunday

Announcing the immediate availability of K2 Beta One, quite possibly the most advanced Theme ever released for WordPress 1.5.2 powered websites.

Some Safari Surprises


As evidenced by the comments below this is apparently a third party product.  What mystifies me is how it came to be on my machine, since I did not download and install it.  Who knows.  If you are a Safari user who would like this addition hop over to here and download it.


I updated my home machine to 10.4.2 tonight and after launching Safari I noticed something odd:

web dev additions

The Proper use of Base HREF's

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I am helping, off an on, a friend with a project that is powered by WordPress.  One of his latest hijinks, involved named anchors.