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  • Yahoo! Pipes, the Latest Data Mash Dance Craze

    Senator Ted Stevens wasn't far from the truth when he called the internet a "series of tubes." If he'd said pipes instead, he probably would have gotten far less of a crucifixion -- that is, if it's possible for one crucifixion to be less unpleasant than another.

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  • Industrial Graphics Get Standardized for the Web

    OASIS and W3C recently announced their joint partnership for WebCGM 2.0. This is a new industry standard for technical illustrations in e-documents. Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) is the ISO standard for tree-structured binary graphics typically used by industries like aviation, architecture, defense and transportation.

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  • Streamload + Cyberlink = Simple Video Creation, Sharing

    San Diego based Streamload provides the storage space and Taiwan's Cyberlink provides the software.

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  • Mac Parallels Keeps Pace with Windows Vista

    In an impressive feat of kicking-software-to-the-door timing, virtualization champ Parallels unleashes an update on steroids, mere days after Vista's release to the not-so-breathless public.

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  • Eight New Standards from W3C

    Positive feedback is always a good thing. And thanks to feedback received and extensive implementation work, W3C has announced that they have published eight new standards in their XML Family. The new standards will play a large role in connecting databases with the Web and they “will support the ability

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  • How Secure is Your AJAX? Microsoft Outranks Ruby.

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  • Open Source Gains Ground, Support in the EU

    In a report on open source software released recently on behalf of the European Union, the European Commission lends considerable support to open source programs, at the expense of Microsoft. The long-standing animosity between Microsoft and the European Community over the software giant's proprietary software has been the subject of

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  • Italians Go Mobile-Global with Funambol

    Italian firm Funambol gets vocal about self-titled project Funambol, formerly known as Sync4j, the project's birth name circa 2001. Now the largest open source mobile project, Funambol nears the one million downloads mark and is compatible with approximately 75% of mobile phones sold worldwide -- hardly a laughable feat --

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  • Microsoft Seeks Broad RSS-Related Patent

    Microsoft filed a pair of patents that recently became public via the US Patent and Trademark Office, following the end of an 18-month blackout period. The patents cover the technology involved in the organization and operation of syndicated Web feeds, such as RSS and Atom.

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  • W3C Rings-in 10 Years of Style, Launches CSS Gallery

    Its hard to believe, but it was 10 years ago, on the 17th of December 1996, that the W3C published the first standard for style on the Web: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), level 1.

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  • Google Releases Optimized IE7

    Oh man, I can see the IE7 Program Managers' heads spinning right now. Google has done some tricks in the dev shop with Microsoft's latest browser and gone and released a Googlified version of IE7.

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  • Google Web Toolkit is Now 100% Open Source

    Sweet Google can you do no wrong? With the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) 1.3 Release Candidate, all of GWT is open source under the Apache 2.0 license.Google Web Toolkit is a Java software development framework that makes writing AJAX applications like Google Maps and GMail easy for developers who don't

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  • The Coming Eclipse of Visual Studio

    In a winter survey of 'round about 400 programmers in Europe, the Middle East and Asia (collectively the EMEA region), Evans Data Corporation paints a surprising picture of developer habits and preferences, including Integrated Development Environment (IDE) popularity.

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  • Check-out the New CM Pros Website

    CM Professionals, the international content management community of practice (of which I am a founding member), has updated its public image with today's launch of their new website.“The outcome of our latest website questionnaire told us that our members wanted an improved website. Having a new website and better tooling

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