Reinventing Fire Technology upside down and backwards

November 15, 2010

Translation Services at a Loss for Words

Filed under: Accessibility,Search Engines,SVG,Tech,Technical,Travel,Work — Magister @ 11:27 pm

Text in SVG is text. Visually, you can use webfonts like WOFF or SVG Fonts (where they are supported, like in Opera or the iPhone) to make it look cool, and you can style both the stroke and fill to make it all fancy, or apply filters to pop it out or make it glow or give it a dropshadow, but it’s not just a raster image like many text headers… it’s human- and machine-readable text, as nature intended.

So, SVG is translatable, right?
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July 13, 2010

Slow News Day

Filed under: Meta,Search Engines,Standards,W3C,Work — Magister @ 12:38 am

My last post was slashdotted. Not servers-melting slashdotted, but unusual-volume-of-comments slashdotted. I posted it late on a Saturday night, so I guess they had no other news fit to print.

It was interesting, and a little bit exciting, to be linked from Slashdot. I have no great insights, but a few observations.
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July 10, 2010

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