Articles of Related Interest
From time to time items come to our attention of potential interest to those who share our enthusiasm for digital graphic and / or Website design – or else we write them ourselves. An accumulating selection of links to such items is gathered together here.
- "The World Wide Web" by J. Harmon Grahn, 26 January 2000. "I haven't talked much about this in the past, but I do keep a quite short list in my mind of individuals I hold in highest esteem, admiration and respect – not necessarily because their lives are without blemish or flaw, but because they have observed and grappled with Life, and made significant contributions toward illuminating its mysteries or improving its condition for many human beings. Carl Jung is on my list. Leo Tolstoi is on my list. Victor Hugo is on my list. P.G. Wodehouse is on my list. I even aspire someday to add my name to my list.
"Meanwhile, I have decided to add another name to my list of most esteemed, admired and respected individuals: Tim Berners-Lee." [Briefly, Tim Berners-Lee is the "inventor" of the World Wide Web (WWW).]
- ISO 8879-1986 Latin Special Characters. "For coding special characters into HTML documents, the following chart is very useful. See, for example, our Multilingual Peace Petition to the UN for an instance in which the following chart was indispensible."
- Why Am I Getting All This Spam? Unsolicited Commercial E-mail Research Six Month Report, Center for Democracy & Technology, March 2003.
- On Unsolicited Junk E-mail, a/k/a "spam" by J. Harmon Grahn, 5/12/08. An account of repeated encounters with Unsolicited Junk E-mail, and measures taken to stem the tide. PDF version available here, 6 pp., 86.4 kB.
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