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As many of you know Adobe launched it’s CS4 product on September 23rd. To help with the release of the product Adobe held a CS4 launch broadcast that is available from the AdobeTV website. If you missed the broadcast, you can still check out the
Picking the colors for your next website or logo design is not always an easy task. There are so many great looking websites out there that use some very nice colors. How do you find the color to start with as the base or add
I have been working on expanding my blog and am pleased to announce a new Webmaster Resources page. The new page contains a large list of webmaster resources spanning four major categories, which I hope to expand in the future. The four categories are cheat
Opera has recently released its Web Standards Curriculum. With support already from the Yahoo! Developer Network, the Web Standards Project, and many universities, the current curriculum offers 23 articles with 30 more promised by September. There are articles that cover the topics of standards introduction,
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has been working to set the specifications for the new HTML 5. They have produced a document that outlines all the changes, deletions, and additions. This draft is very long and a little tiring to read, so I’ve tried
I am pleased to announce that I have created my first Facebook application for the blog. The application will show the 5 latest posts from the blog in order to keep you up to date on the latest info. The application will add a profile
I have finally given in and registered for Facebook (thanks Nate). I have stood strong (and alone) in my stance against having a Facebook account. I am a nerd and nerds spend entirely too much time on computers as it is, so I only viewed