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  • Area Man Injured While Blogging

    Oliver Twist never had such misfortune as to migrate from Symphony to Wordpress. Its called hustlin hardcore like Kornfeld. And Lest the rest of us fail to respect the memory and consequent lessons learned, the story of poor Michael Yurechko has been set down in permalink.

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  • Is Firefox Really More Secure?

    At the ToorCon hacker convention in San Diego SixApart employee Mischa Spiegelmock recently called Firefox's security "a complete mess" and "impossible to patch".

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  • Info Architecture Institute's Salary Survey 2006

    The Information Architecture Institute (IAI) has released the results of their 2006 salary and benefits survey. Now you know we're joking, but ....making Visio diagrams never looked so good...The 2006 salary survey was conducted from June to September of this year. Members of the IA Institute, sigia-l, and the ia-cms list

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  • The Voodoo Economics of Indian Outsourcing

    In an interesting set of articles, Information Week reports that "IT employment in the United States is growing even as more businesses outsource tech work overseas" and Line 56 reports that India's labor shortage is driving them to hire Americans and other foreigners.Recent survey data indicates that domestic US demand

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  • XHTML 2.0 Spec Updated

    The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released the eighth public working draft of "XHTML 2.0." XHTML 2 is the next generation markup for the web.

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  • Truth Sells on the Web

    It has rarely made sense for a business to advertise its weaknesses. Until the Web, that is.There is a book on Amazon called "Introducing Operations Management". It has received a one-star average from readers. One review begins: "I am a senior in college and I have used and read many,

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  • Google Sports Project, Code Hosting

    Citing their desire to encourage healthy, productive open source communities, Google has launched Google Code Hosting. Think Source Forge meets GMail and you're in the ballpark. "One of our goals is to encourage healthy, productive open-source communities.

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  • Sun Jumps for Open AJAX

    Sun has announced its support of the AJAX application model by joining the OpenAJAX Alliance, as well as the Dojo Foundation. Sun plans to actively participate in these two communities, driving open standards for AJAX programming and increase interoperability across AJAX technologies.As part of the OpenAJAX Alliance, Sun will collaborate

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  • Web 2.0 - EditGrid Rivals Google Spreadsheets

    Public beta 5 of EditGrid was announced today. Some say it tops Google Spreadsheets. EditGrid features include: Real-time update (see changes immediately when someone modifies your spreadsheet), Full keyboard navigation, 500+ functions, Import and export in all common formats (MS Excel, CSV, HTML, Gnumeric, Lotus, OpenOffice, ...), Permalinks for addressing

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  • WinFX Renamed to .NET 3.0

    Oh how the excitement of keeping tabs on technology thrills us. To quote S. "Soma" Somasegar, Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of the Developer Division: "The .NET Framework has always been at the core of WinFX, but the WinFX brand didn't convey this. ...

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  • After China Debacle, Google Makes Great Decision

    Now who could criticize this: Google has hired Dr. Evil ....oops I mean Dr. Brilliant. Concerned about the recent $38 Billion loss in market capitalization? Worried about the US GOV getting their hands on your search and browsing history? Don't like watching the free information behemoth bend the knee to

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  • RSS -- Entering the Mainstream or Remaining Obscure?

    RSS is everywhere, but nobody gives a damn. Or rather, according to Yahoo! and Ipsos outside of the geeky blogger/web content crowds the awareness of RSS by Internet users is low and those who consume RSS are likely to be doing so, quite unawares.

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  • Get to Gilbane, ECM CMS Conference

    Hey we're four weeks off the next Gilbane CMS conference. This one runs November 29th through December 1st at the Westin Copley Place, Boston. The agenda covers new technologies and of course blogging, RSS, wiki's, and then some good old staple around Enterprise Content Management (ECM) best practices and implementation

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  • Gilbane CMS Conference + CM Pros, Boston

    The Gilbane Report and Lighthouse Seminars today announced that the Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies Boston (November 29th - December 1st), will host CM Professionals third summit on Monday, November 28th at The Westin Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts.The one-day CM Professionals Fall Summit will kick-off with an industry

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