Archive for Technology
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21 April 2008 | Comments Off
The best use of Pogo’s graphical chops is in the history viewer, which lets you smoothly scroll backward and forward through snapshots of your visited Web pages. You can fly through your bookmarks and the “collections” they are categorized in. So far so good? Hmmm, we’ll see. Personally, I find it to be a bit too hodgepodge with all that 3D carousel FX, though, I do dig how you can save/bookmark a site and latch it to the bottom of the screen.
10 April 2008 | Comments Off
And I thought I was stoked about the Fly Pen (by Leap Frog), until my friend showed me this one. You can record your notes and upload to your computer. While you’re taking notes in class or meetings, you can replay the speeches back to the exact time you wrote down your notes. Their demo videos explain it better.
30 August 2007 | Comments Off
HTML is a practical art. In a professional context, it requires precise and extensive skills. As with many popular crafts, the vast majority of people do it on their own, but only a few do it for a living. The quality of products varies a lot.
17 July 2007 | Comments Off
Finally, a categorized listing of the best web apps that are out there… forget all the tedious searching and hunting, this is a really great starting point to find an app to suit your needs (and maybe even a few of our FINE needs)
oh and even better, its a little app of itself, make and account and save apps to your favorites for easy finding
28 June 2007 | Comments Off
Jonathan Harris distills the Webâ€™s infinite avalanche of thoughts, facts, and feelings into exquisitely framed portraits of humanity.
23 April 2007 | Comments Off
18 January 2007 | Comments Off
Over the last few years web-developers have written many articles about CSS and developed many useful techniques, which can save you a lot of time – of course, if you are able to find them in time. Below youâ€™ll find a list of techniques we , as web-architects, really couldnâ€™t live without. They are essential and they indeed make our life easier. Letâ€™s take a look at 53 CSS-based techniques you should always have ready to hand if you develop web-sites.
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