ArleyM.com has been around since 2003. This is currently the ninth version of my personal site, and it has served me well. In the coming... View Article
This week an editorial for Six Revisions went live! Originally titled ‘Occupy Browser Standards‘ (a reference to the Occupy movement which was more relevant when... View Article
Using common corporate phrases, jargon, and lingo is a really important part of my industry, and perhaps all production related industries that have vendor/client relationships.... View Article
Communication is simply conveying a message to someone. There’s probably a lot of caveats and tangents you could go on in complicating and qualifying this definition,... View Article
I just love looking at pictures. I’ve spent way too much time on Google Images (particularly in a strange game invented by my friend Matt).... View Article
There’s a trend I’ve seen a couple times now where designers are offering “limited” fonts. Tyler Finck (better known as @sursly) is selling only 1000... View Article
On Saturday I attended Accessibility Camp Toronto 2011. Now I feel a bit shallower, but in a good way. It’s really really really easy to make... View Article
I have a nerdy routine, but it works for me. Just before bed I pop onto Twitter for one last check of what’s going on.... View Article
Being “social” in the stone ages (any time before the Internet was widely used by consumers) was a lot easier. While the Internet is supposed... View Article
I haven’t always loved the process of buying artwork from stock sites, but I’ve always had a deep respect for the value of good imagery. Using... View Article
Last weekend Kristi and I went to a wedding. I leaned over and said to her “You know, if we get married again let’s memorize... View Article
When properly motivated people can accomplish anything – this is the basic foundation of my latest invention unsurance.
I’ve spent the better part of my nerd life waiting for the next big thing. In hardware it would be better video cards, better monitors,... View Article
Since seeing an amazing interview with Charles Schultz as a child I have been a doodler. I have long thought that it made me a... View Article
A lot of people I see on the interwebs often make the familiar promise every January to tweet, update, and blog more. This year I’m... View Article
I’m thinking about writing a book all about raising your first child. It’s going to be for all those fathers who don’t know what to... View Article
Joy and Happiness are great aren’t they!? I have been blessed with a permanent smile most of my life; and I’ve often wondered why. Is... View Article
Jason Fried examines the accepted paradigm of “going to work”. Thought provoking.
Update 2: The failing of my computer that led me to believing my card was dead was in fact the second card dying! Its GPU... View Article
How can I let another daylight savings season end without posting this gem from a newspaper?