Gabriel Saldaña's blog

personal blog, photography and programming

GNU/Linux Free Software & Open Source

I will be talking at FSLVallarta 2012

Today I got the good news that I’ll be giving three talks at FSLVallarta 2012 in november. I love that event and the [...]

How to test your website on Internet Explorer with GNU/Linux and Virtualbox

As a web developer, you are always required to test your website code on Internet Explorer. And everyone knows how much of a [...]

Electronic voting machines

My friend Gunnar Wolf has been tracking the e-voting machines progress in Mexico (and other countries) for quite a while and recently gave [...]

HTML5 a jump backwards in web standards?

Web standards have always been about good markup, keeping things in order and cleaned up, etc. Using transitional or strict DTDs and validating [...]

Galaxy Nexus with Ice Cream Sandwich from Telcel

I was lucky to get an online coupon to get the Galaxy Nexus phone on launch in Mexico (Telcel carrier) last thursday. The [...]
CSS3 Columns

CSS3 columns in Internet Explorer and other unsupported browsers

Recently I’ve been working on a project for a client that makes use of CSS3 columns in its layout design. The problem with [...]

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