Tantramar Interactive Inc.’s web and mail servers do not suffer from the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s invention of the World Wide Web. My own humble take on this momentous event is that I’ve personally been working on it for almost exactly 20 years now.
It was a day like many others, in early 1994, when Cameron Bales (@tarlbot), my partner-in-crime turned to me in our tiny, shared office on the second floor of (what the “physics people” called) the Physics building at Mount Allison University, here in Sackville, New Brunswick, and said,
While the tweet quoted here is explicitly about the design of typefaces, it applies to design in general:
Remember, as a client commissioning type, it won’t express anything special or unique about you if it looks the same as everyone else.
Nauman Farooqi, Professor & Head of the Department of Commerce in the Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies at Mount Allison University, was kind enough to do a case study on Tantramar Interactive Inc. for his column in The Globe & Mail’s Report on Business.