Archive for the ‘Web’ Category

How lists benefit everybody in the twitter ecosystem

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009
twitter-logo_000.jpegTwitter's 'lists' feature demonstrates again how the twitter development team totally understands the way that the...

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HTML 5 – A video introduction

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009
Today I found a great video from Brad Neuberg that goes some way to explaining why HTML 5 is important and how it is the next step in the development of the web. [vimeo 6691519] Brad is a Google engineer and was one of the main developers for the Dojo JavaScript...

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The Dip

Monday, March 30th, 2009
Recently I read "the Dip", by Seth Godin. As with all of Seth's books, it is well written and very thought-provoking. Its premise is: Achieving something worthwhile is difficult. The difficulty of the achievement makes most people drop out. This means that the people who push through the hard part...

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Inspiration from Gary Vaynerchuk

Thursday, March 26th, 2009
Recently I have been reading a lot of books which have inspired me to work harder on my current projects. At the Future of Web Apps 2009 conference, run by Carsonified, Gary Vaynerchuk gave an inspiring talk about how the current financial climate is an excellent opportunity to hustle and grow...

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Comcast prefer IE6 to Google Chrome?

Monday, October 20th, 2008
"It's Time to Upgrade Your Browser"? or is it time to upgrade your recommended browser list? Posted in Web | No Comments »

Blog Action Day

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008
Blog Action Day is an initiative for bloggers to spend some time thinking about issues affecting the world and to try to think about how we can help. This year the...

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