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bio website artlung.com
location San Diego, CA
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I am a web developer and some-time designer, blogger. Tech interests: PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, especially OO, jQuery, Flash, Open Source libraries of all kinds, WordPress, SilverStripe, Drupal, and more. I like to make web things.

You can reach me at joe@artlung.com

On twitter @artlung

See also: joecrawford.com


Jul
9
answered How would I go about migrating to HTML5 without alienating the majority of my user audience?
Jul
9
comment Proper sitemap.xml setup
Thanks Andreas, I updated the answer for clarity.
Jul
9
answered Proper sitemap.xml setup
Jul
8
awarded  Critic
Jul
8
revised What are some good resources for doing A/B testing of a website?
added definition of A/B Testing
Jul
8
answered Is there any way to invalidate all memcache entries that begin with “User*”?
Jul
8
answered What are some good resources for doing A/B testing of a website?
Jul
8
revised Who is a great domain registrar company?
fixed typo
Jul
8
comment Is an animated favicon.ico a bad idea? Are there cool uses of animated favicon.ico out there?
Doh! thanks mmyers, it doesn't. html-kit provides a GIF. You can point to the gif version using meta tags.
Jul
8
revised Is an animated favicon.ico a bad idea? Are there cool uses of animated favicon.ico out there?
added caveat re: animation
Jul
8
answered Is it worth looking into a webserver other than apache?
Jul
8
awarded  Editor
Jul
8
revised Is an animated favicon.ico a bad idea? Are there cool uses of animated favicon.ico out there?
deleted 1 characters in body
Jul
8
awarded  Student
Jul
8
asked Is an animated favicon.ico a bad idea? Are there cool uses of animated favicon.ico out there?
Jul
8
answered Good tool to crawl my site and help me find dead link and unlinked files
Jul
8
comment Should I bother supporting IE6?
thanks. I'm enjoying the beta so far. Good folks in here, good content.
Jul
8
awarded  Teacher
Jul
8
answered Should I bother supporting IE6?
Jul
8
comment Accepting money on a website as payment: when do I move past PayPal?
I hear what you're saying, but PayPal is no longer draconian about requiring a PayPal account, one can invoice a person and they can simply pay with debit or credit, "taking real credit cards" is not a problem. My question is more figuring out how to decide that the paypal cut is too much, and another option might be better.