May 07, 2003

Eh?

I've always wanted to write a children's book and call it Horton Hears The Who. Think the dearly departed Dr. Seuss would mind?

Posted by pinkerton at May 7, 2003 04:19 PM | TrackBack
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Hey, whatever floats your boat...

Posted by: Chris Serino on May 7, 2003 06:56 PM

You could always write a sequel called "Horton Deals with Deafness" -- kind of Curious George meets Dr. Seuss.

Posted by: Sandy Smith on May 9, 2003 08:45 AM

It should be pretty colored. Or it should have a bathing tub full of baked beans. Whatever floats your boat ;-).
Hrm. Mushrooms. I should listen to Mushroom again.
(http://www.clearspot.de/interpret.php3?Artist_ID=19474&LFD=5414§ion=diskographie) if anybody wonders.

Posted by: Axel Hecht on May 9, 2003 09:35 AM

And the third book in the series could be "Horton Gets His Freak On And Is Subsequently Arrested On Kiddie Porn Charges But Because He's Famous Gets Off With A Slap Of The Wrist." To be shortened to "Horton Is A Bad Bad Elephant."

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If you've read the comments and can't figure out why the comments have been disabled, I fear you're somewhat more forgiving than most.

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Oh, please. The comments were fine, and few in numbers. How disappointing that he's decided to use the "I'll take my ball and go home" crybaby method, just like he did when Safari came out.

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Well, I don't really even understand why I read this blog any more at all... it used to have Camino news, now we're lucky to hear something once every two weeks, and in the middle it's usually 1 or 2 sentences about nothing interesting... no offense.

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At WWDC, I listened to Apple representatives make some excellent points about taking the time to build a 100%-compliant Aqua application, and I think all developers need to look beyond the code and listen to what the folks at Apple have to say

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Adhere to Window Models. Document windows, Utility windows, Click-through, Layering, Drawers, Controls. How do users open windows, how do you properly title windows?

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To put my money where my mouth is, in each new article I'll build a hypothetical application that illustrates the guidelines I'm covering. Today's application is called "Paint" and will be based on the photo-illustrative icon I created in my last article. Together we will complete each step, and by the end of the project we should have a well-designed, 95%-100% Aqua-compliant application. I'll leave some room for personal preferences and the fact that Apple changes the OS every few months.

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Drawers. Similar to Sheets, this is a "child" window that gives users access to items that do not always need to be present. But when do you use a drawer and when do you use a palette?

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For my Paint application, I created a series of icons to simulate a rendering algorithm. While the application is performing this CPU-intensive task, you can always see the status of the document by the icon changing in the Dock.

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