@will_j I find it visually overwhelming and can’t make sense of anything at all.
Helps solve the problem where you’re told it’s 10am ‘Pacific’ and you don’t know what that means. Type in Pacific and it gives you PDT.
@nathanpitman I really like that you can just type in a city or timezone and it pops up.
@csswizardry Erp, no, that does my brain in!
A time converter site with a UI that actually helps you figure out the timezone difference: http://t.co/HA0d0T67NK
@kieranmasterton Yes, on the whole. Always ironing out the odd crinkle here and there, but otherwise yes.
@kieranmasterton Appears to be surprisingly common for small biz hosting. I put it down to brand recognition.
@alexolder Most problems come from unexpected configurations. If i build it, it will be expected. Plus, I don’t want another PC in my house.
@alexolder I want to test a realistic hosting environment.
@ianlandsman I did try that, but got lost trying to configure IIS with PHP and gave up. So not a sysadmin.
Any recommendations for inexpensive Windows IIS PHP shared hosting? Just for testing, but have Fasthosts account and it’s quite expensive.
Come the revolution, CSS is first against the wall.
@mike_armstrong Na, just need to finish this new Perch demo site before it finishes me.
I’m totally over front end development.
I’d forgotten about this microformats lint bookmarklet I wrote. It was pretty neat. http://t.co/92WwOn0T96
@aral But it’s a database, right? So it needs to be looked up centrally.
@aral I’m with you on that one. We use your JSON proxy, but the underlying service is sooo patchy.
Dishomat: a coin-op amenity for those whose apartment is too small for a dishwasher. This could be my ticket out of here you guys.