Splash Panel, created by Khaled of Broken Kode fame, is a blog dedicated to reviewing only the best graphic novels and I am overjoyed to announce that Khaled has chosen me to be Splash Panel’s first staff writer! I have been a fan of comics for as long as I can remember and a collector of graphic novels for about ten years. This new opportunity at Splash Panel will allow me to share my opinions on some of the best works of literary fiction, regardless of form. My first review will be published shortly, but don’t let that stop you from reading the rest of Splash Panel’s excellent reviews.
Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive:
- Bryan briefly reviewed Superman Returns.
- Michael reviewed the current state of Windows Vista’s graphical interface.
- Jim discovered a plugin for Safari, which “lets you [view] how many html errors and/or warnings there are in your code (or the code of the page you’re browsing).”
- Joen set out to create the ideal web browser interface.
- Sarah ruminated on organization and time-management.
- Angsuman compared Google Checkout to PayPal.
- And, Mark ruminated on responsibility, safety, and freedom.
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Pros: The WeatherBug Widget is far more advanced than Apple’s Weather Widget and provides live weather data from weather stations located in your neighborhood.
Cons: None significant.