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  • ON24 Brings Real Engagement to Virtual Events

    We all know what it’s like when our eyes are bigger than our stomachs. When your ideas are bigger than your technology, it can feel similar.

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  • GoDaddy Goes Simple Social Media Route

    Not as Web-savvy as you’d like to be? Well, GoDaddy just solved that problem with the release of SmartSpace -- an inexpensive, no-skills-needed tool for building instant Web sites complete with your popular social media widgets of choice.

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  • How To: A Beginner's Guide to Building Web Widgets

    In this guide we show you how anyone can build and embed simple web widgets. It's free, extremely easy and takes about five minutes to roll out your first creation. One of the best things about widgets is that you can enable sharing.

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  • 7 Superfly Plugins for Wordpress

    So you're in the web provision game, and you're too much of a big shot to use WordPress, right? If you're doing multi-user, community-based, advanced website features then I can understand that. For a pretty-boy website and a heavily branded product, you don't want WordPress. If you're building the

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  • Mochila / Gigya Partnership Sparks Wildfire

    Mochila, the online marketplace for high-quality syndicated media, announces a partnership with widget provider Gigya to add new distribution features to its network. The new tie-in will enable Mochila users to utilize Gigya's Wildfire technology to distribute content in widget format.

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  • UPDATE: W3C Releases New Widgets 1.0 Working Draft

    When we last left our coverage of the W3C's soon-to-be standard for widget development, there was naught but an incomplete list of requirements. My my, how things have changed as the World Wide Web Consortium has recently released an updated version of the Widgets 1.0 Working Draft.

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  • Popfly Mashes in a Manner Most Cool

    Loath to ever be left out of a sandbox Yahoo! and Google have already begun to play in, last Friday Microsoft brought mash-up tool Popfly to the light of day. Like its predecessors Yahoo! Pipes and Google's RSS API, Popfly promises to be the Web mash-up builder "for the

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