When is unauthorized use of a photograph not a breach of copyright? When the photo is too banal to be protected. So says the Swiss Federal Tribunal.
If you're like me, a web developer, and programme responsive web layouts using @media queries, you'll often get lost knowing precisely which set of rules are currently applied to the page. Here's a handy tip to make things easier.
Barbara Hess organized the fourth in an annual series of studio days for this afternoon in Bern, Switzerland, to which anyone could come along and get a free portrait photo taken for their online profile pages. I took my X100 along for the afternoon and took photos “behind the scenes”,…
I have finally been able to completely re-build this website from the ground up, using responsive design principles and many new features. This first technical post summarizes the reasons behind the need for a new version.
I re-discover the web technology podcast "Big Web Show" and look forward to hearing all of the back episodes.
In order to help me retain focus on project work, documentation and online authoring, I have found iA Writer, a text editor by Information Architects, really useful. As creator Oliver Reichenstein said in a recent article, authors - especially those writing for online publication – often spend far too much time formatting their text instead of just writing.
The dry toboggan run at Pradaschier, in the southern Swiss alps, is touted as being the longest in Europe.
The sun, projected through small holes in our window blinds, cast a mirror image of itself on our bedroom wall.
I adore the way that the road curves around the boulder, how a single tree grows from the top of this boulder, how the road is cambered to lean cars into the centre of the bend, how there’s a small parking place next to a well in the middle of the hairpin, and how there are small steps built into…
A random image to keep you interested, while I continue to work on a new layout and technical features for the website.