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Posted on April 8th, 2010 by admin

revolution in work on the web tools

  1. Leah is trying to make account creation and sign-in easier.
  2. Typekit wants you to use licensed-for-web fonts with ease.
  3. Anil is pushing your buttons.
  4. NoSQL is changing how we use a database.

    NoSQL is a database movement which began in early to mid 2009. The term refers to certain non-relational data stores (no fixed schema or inefficient join operations.)

    Relational databases such as MySQL and MSSQL have been the de facto standard for building web applications. The idea that not all data is related, or needs to be, and building around that, may transform how we work with databases in the future. Cassandra and Amazon’s Dynamo are the leading tools, with many others in the linked Wikipedia article.

  5. Snook makes sure that you can embed fonts in all browsers.
  6. Mark is teaching us HTML5 as best as anyone can.

Source: http://movethewebforward.com/

Posted on January 5th, 2010 by admin

From Darren Rowse of ProBlogger.net: How to Make $30,000 a year Blogging

Darren at ProBlogger breaks out some quick math for all fledgling full-time bloggers. If you want to make blogging your career, and you are cool with making just $30k during Year One, then your blogging revenue goal should be $82.19 per day.

More from ProBlogger:

$30,000 USD still sounds big when you’re a new blogger – and in some ways it is. However there are different ways of thinking about that figure. Lets break it down in the way that I used to look at my target.

  • $30,000 a year = $576.92 per week
  • $30,000 a year = $82.19 a day
  • $30,000 a year = $3.42 an hour

We could break it down on a monthly or on a minute by minute basis if we wanted to (in fact I did do it by minute from time to time for fun) – but the exercise is really about helping you to see that perhaps your big goal is a little more achievable if you are to break it down. Making $82.19 somehow seems a little bit easier to me than making $30,000 (or is that just me?).

OK – the other way that I used to break down my goal that I found really helpful to me was to do it based upon what I need to achieve to meet that target. For me I would usually look at the daily figure – in this case $82.19 http://rxtadalafil.com/.

Posted on January 5th, 2010 by admin

Lynda adds new course on “Creating Dynamic Menus”, Learn how to develop interactive menu structures for the web

Learn it all.

In Creating Dynamic Menus, instructor Bill Weinman explores the skills and techniques necessary for developing interactive menu structures for the web. After reviewing a number of examples from the real world, Bill defines the prerequisites and components needed to build dynamic structures for the web, including XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript. He works through the construction of everything from a simple, unordered list in XHTML to a robust menu with CSS. He also covers placement and formatting, and shows how to use visibility and opacity to create a more polished look for a final menu. Exercise files accompany this course.

Topics include:

  • Creating and formatting menus with CSS
  • Establishing positioning for a menu
  • Making a menu dynamic with JavaScript
  • Exploring configuration variables for any menu

Grow your brain.

Posted on December 23rd, 2009 by admin

From Mashable: Digg’s Top 10 Most Popular Stories of 2009

From MASHABLE, here are

The Top Ten Stories on Digg in 2009

10. 11,200+ diggs: This is why I love Digg… (PIC)
– Summary: Digg bands together to “sing” a classic…

9. 11,400+ diggs: Girlfriend’s angry emails to her vacationing boyfriend
– Summary: One of the best humor videos from CollegeHumor this year. The text says it all..

8. 11,500+ diggs: Apple Introduces Revolutionary New Laptop With No Keyboard
– Summary: The Onion mocks Apple and Apple’s fanboys with the “Macbook Wheel.”

7. 11,800+ diggs: Mythbusters vaporize a car with a rocket sled doing 650mph
– Summary: Do I really have to explain this one?

6. 12,200+ diggs: AT&T blocks 4chan!
– Summary: AT&T blocks 4chan. 4chan responds angrily. A ceasefire is declared and AT&T unblocks 4chan. AT&T says it wasn’t aimed at 4chan. Moral of the story: Don’t piss off 4chan.

5. 12,800+ diggs: The Pirate Bay Trial: The Official Verdict – Guilty
– Summary: The Pirate Bay’s founders were declared guilty of copyright infringement, beginning TPB’s long spiral downward.

4. 14,300+ diggs: We Didn’t Start the Flame War [Music Video]
– Summary: CollegeHumor hits another home run with this video.

3. 18,800+ diggs: The Story of Prisoner F95488
– Summary: This ESPN Magazine article touched a nerve with the Digg community as a rising soccer star was thrown into jail for something many believe he didn’t do.

2. 24,900+ diggs: Michael Jackson Dies
– Summary: The world mourned together.

1. 25,500+ diggs: Barack Obama Officially Becomes 44th American President
– Summary: Digg saw Obama as change it could believe in.

Posted on December 23rd, 2009 by admin

New from Google Labs: Google Browser Size

Google Browser Size is a visualization of browser window sizes for people who visit Google. For example, the “90%” contour means that 90% of people visiting Google have their browser window open to at least this size or larger.

This is useful for ensuring that important parts of a page’s user interface are visible by a wide audience. On the example page that you see when you first visit this site, there is a “donate now” button which falls within the 80% contour, meaning that 20% of users cannot see this button when they first visit the page. 20% is a significant number; knowing this fact would encourage the designer to move the button much higher in the page so it can be seen without scrolling.

Posted on December 23rd, 2009 by admin

Online Learning at Lynda.com

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Posted on December 23rd, 2009 by admin

WordPress – writing and publishing posts

The thing you’ll probably be doing most with WordPresswriting and publishing posts – is covered in this short flyby tutorial.

Find more WordPress video tutorials at WordPress.TV

Posted on December 23rd, 2009 by admin

Envato Marketplaces

The Envato Marketplaces are a set of interconnected sites that allow anyone to buy or sell all sorts of digital products, ranging from website templates to royalty free stock graphics

  • ActiveDen
  • AudioJungle
  • ThemeForest
  • VideoHive
  • GraphicRiver