Browsershots makes screenshots of your Web design in different browsers. It is a free open-source online service created by Johann C. Rocholl. When you submit your Web address, it will be added to the job queue. A number of distributed computers will open your Web site in their browser. Then they will make screenshots and upload them to the central server here.
â€œSome people listen to themselves rather than listening to what others say.These people donâ€™t come along very often, but when they do, they remind us, that once you set out on a path, even though critics may doubt you, its ok to believe, that there is no canâ€™t, wonâ€™t, or impossible. They remind us, that itâ€™s OK to believe, impossible â€¦ is nothing.â€
My previous design lasted for almost half of that time. Despite its shortcomings (lack of a feature-rich CMS) and obvious design flaws, and given the amount of recognition that it received, I became hesitant to change it much. Until the waves of spam attacks began.
Since my blog was running on a bespoke system, it became increasingly difficult and time-consuming to manage, which partly explains why I havenâ€™t been posting as regularly.
So after a tricky data migration and clean-up (the volume of crap Iâ€™ve written in the past 6 years is embarrassing), a tiresome metadata capturing process (adding titles and tags to 770 posts), and a couple of design revisions later, this blog has undergone a complete overhaul and is now powered by WordPress 2.5.1 with a super collection of plugins.
I’m extremely proud to say that due to some hard work from Ali in our office, we’ve released Arabic into Kindo… so now you get web2.0 family tree building and family social networking in Arabic, and 11 other languages…
Welcome! Well, after months of thinking about it, weeks of creating it and several days of checking and testing, we are delighted to launch the ‘news’ section of our website. Regular visitors can get the latest news on Inaria, the work weâ€™ve been doing and projects weâ€™ve won along with bite size gems of shared knowledge and interesting experiences. Enjoy!
I’ve done some work for Inaria recently, so it’s cool to see them finally have a place to show off the great work they do! They call it a news section, but it’s really a blog
What: FOWD London
When: April 18th 2007
Where: Kensington Conference Centre, London
Price: Â£59 limited early bird offer! Â£85 full price
Ryan Singer (37Signals)
Josh Davis (JoshDavis.com) tbc
Joshua Hirsch (Big Spaceship)
George Oates (Flickr)
Andy Clarke (Stuff and Nonsense)
Rei Inamoto (AKQA)
Florian Schmitt (Hi-ReS)
Denise Wilton (Moo)
Jason Arber (Pixelsurgeon)
Dan Saffer (Adaptive Path)
Jeff Croft (WorldOnline)
Mark Tutssel (Leo Burnett)
Simon Collison (CollyLogic)