A Daily Dose of Imagery is a fantastic photoblog from Sam Javanrouh of Toronto. The images are beautiful and updated daily. Sure the Internet is a great place to learn virtually any skill that you ever want to pick up, but you can’t overestimate its importance as a way to share the collective creative work of individuals from everywhere in the world, even if they are not professionals. And as for professionals such as Sam here,Â distribution and promotion of sheer excellence like this within a concept like daily photo blogging is just a wonderful thing both for him and anyone who runs across his website. Do go check it out.
Ever had a client who requested that their site be compatible with an older browser, but you canâ€™t test it because you donâ€™t have that particular version of the browser in question? Here are a couple of sites that archive old browser downloads, and I can tell you that they have already saved me loads of time. It’s hard to know how the browser wars will play out, and it seems inevitable that support for legacy browsers will not continue indefinitely, but for now we still have some help:
Evolt is the king of browser archives. Their list is very complete and with hundreds of mirror sites â€“ you are sure to get what you need.
Netscape also maintains an archive of its older versions.