A few reminders on third-party Image Hosting

If you have a blog that’s hosted in WordPress.com, or Blogspot, or any other free* service, or if you have unlimited resources, that is, truckloads of money to pay for all that uncapped web space, you may be least likely concerned about the gigabytes that images can easily consume from what you have arranged with […]

Lowdown on the technical aspects of design

Clearly, I’m asking for trouble here by laying down a list of what is regarded as good design. Hopefully though, this does not turn out like O’Reilly’s Bloggers’ Code of Conduct which he later took back: Proper use of fonts – as a general rule, no more than three font families are to be used […]

Maximizing Stock Photography

Stock photography is the general term for photographs that are readily found in repositories whether in the real world or over the internet … there are literally millions of stock photos in the internet and there are a lot of sites that give them out for free. Those sites who charge for their service often compensate photographers and artists for use of their images.