Monthly Archives: May 2014

High-Resolution, Public Domain Artwork – Courtesy of MET

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, through an initiative called Open Access for Scholarly Content (OASC), put up hundreds of thousands of classic artworks online  in high-resolution for free public viewing. Says Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO: Through this new, open-access policy, we join a growing number of museums that provide free access to images of art in […]

Toronto Comic Arts Festival!

After hearing a lot of positive raving from friends about TCAF last year, I resolved to make that event my first out-of-country trip in years — and my first trip to Canada, and my first non-local festival, AND the first time meeting people online with whom I’ve been acquainted for years! That time has finally come and […]

WTF, HTML and CSS?

WTF, HTML and CSS?

A great, quick resource for those little quirks in HTML and CSS that you never quite get over. “Vertically adjacent margins collapse” is good to remember.