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Notes from An Event Apart Boston 2012 I had a great time at An Event Apart Boston, 2012. Ill post some photos soon. The conference avoided deep dives into code in favor of showing WHY you would do reactive design. As Eric Meyer said "My...

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Web Launch of www.MarrIllustrations.com

Category : Around The Office, Web Launches

HatterWorkshop is proud to announce the release of MarrIllustrations.com. We went to school together at University of Hartford and so I’ve known Justin for almost a decade now. His work consistently makes use of extremely vivid color and eye pleasing compositions. He was always a better painter than I was for sure.

His website is pretty simple but very clean, and we’re hoping to put together a redesign soon to make better use of new technology for the gallery. Take a look and check back soon. We’ll be posting some selected work from his new line of custom tee-shirts. Deffietly worth checking out once they are released.

http://www.Marrillustrations.com

his most recent work is moving him in the direction of custom tee-shirts and other, more commerical, art foms.

8 hacks to make Firefox ridiculously fast

Category : General Web Info, Technology

If you came to this page and your running IE, start by downloading firefox 3 here. Thats step 1 to getting a faster browser.

The rest of the steps, to varying degrees, will increase your browser’s speed. No doubt about it.

Piplelining, telling your browser to request multipul packets of data before any have been recieved, I would not recommend from an IT person’s view as this draws additional bandwidth and server load. Most sites will have no problem if one maybe two hundred people do this, but imagine how bad it would be if you got Dugg and even a tenth of the people had this turned on. Even a really robust systemwould break down and cry.

Number 3, Fast Loading, I’m all for as its totally on the user’s side. Essentially you tell your computer to manage (load) data instead of power the user interface. This improves load times at the expense of browser responsiveness. As soon as the page is  done loading your back to normal.

http://www.techradar.com/news/software/applications/8-hacks-to-make-firefox-ridiculously-fast-468317

 PR: wait…  I: wait…  L: wait…  LD: wait…  I: wait… wait…  C: wait…  SD: wait…