Burning Bridges

Burning bridges almost guarantees that customers will never buy again

My mother always told me “if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all”. Don’t tell my mom that I wrote this… Background Last year I backed my very first Kickstarter project. It cost me $155 and a bunch of patience, but the product I was supporting was something I’d been looking for. […]

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Points Redistribution

Wealth Redistribution: a challenge!

This isn’t a web development article, but it does involve web technologies and services, so hang in there with me. Many of you already know that I’m pretty active on Twitter and Google+. Some of you also know that my interests are quite broad. In addition to web development and mobile technologies I’m also very […]

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Internet ChromeSplorer. (c) 2014 JoeLevi.com

Is Chrome becoming today’s Internet Explorer?!

I’m a web developer by trade. I’ve been a web developer for well over a decade. I’ve seen browsers rise and fall. I’ve seen standards proposed. I was an advocate for semantic markup before semantic markup was a “thing”. With that background in place, you can probably understand why I was thrill — literally thrilled […]

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Max autism

Normal doesn’t exist

This isn’t a web development article. If you were expecting to see one here, I’m sorry. This topic is more important — especially to us developers. So, if you’ll indulge me for a moment, I’d appreciate it. Max Begley is just like any other Canadian kid. He likes to play outside. He’s generally a happy […]

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Crucial SSD

My Crucial SSD Hates Me

I got the new Sim City game, despite it’s rocky launch and the fact that you have to be online to play it, I love it. I’m a long-time Sim City fan, and the new game is beautiful… well, if you have a good video card it is. I was using onboard graphics, cuz hey, […]

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