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Segnalibri: 30 novembre 2009

  • Who invented the spacer.gif?
    I got an email from David Siegel himself, where he confirms that he invented the spacer.GIF technique.
  • The Media Equation – For Media, a Sunset Is Followed Quickly by a Sunrise –
    Tiny netbooks and iPhones, which serve as portals to the cloud, contain more informational firepower than entire newsrooms possessed just two decades ago. And they are ginning content from their audiences in the form of social media or finding ways of making ambient information more useful. They are jaded in the way youth requires, but have the confidence that is a gift of their age as well.
  • Open Source Proves Elusive as a Business Model –
    European regulators view MySQL as sort of a database of the people, a low-cost alternative to Oracle’s costly proprietary products. The regulators worry that Oracle may stop improving MySQL in favor of protecting its core traditional products, and customers will lose an important option in the database market.

Segnalibri: 26 novembre 2009 – 27 novembre 2009

  • Smashing Magazine Killed The Community (Or Maybe It Was Me)
    The web design community is split into two sides: 1. loves to view every single list article there is 2. hates that list articles were ever invented. I fall into both camps because to me some list articles do serve a purpose, but when we start to see Design Trends of Spa Websites I think we might be going a bit too far.
  • A Zing Too Far – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report
    XHTML, with its clearer and stricter rules, came out just as many of us were rediscovering semantic markup and learning of its rich value in promoting content.
  • Composite Layout |
    Composite Layout allows your nodes to be displayed in complex layouts. Currently, two and three column layouts are provided. You can also add other nodes, blocks, and even CCK fields to your node's layout. The content area of your node is divided into zones and you decide what should appear in those zones. Zones are essentially the same as Drupal blocks, but they apply to nodes rather than the entire site.

Segnalibri: 23 novembre 2009 – 25 novembre 2009

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