Category Archives: Web 2.0

Blip.tv Figures Out How To Serve Ads In iTunes Videos

Blip.tv Figures Out How To Serve Ads In iTunes Videos Earlier today at the Beet.TV Online Video Summit (which I co-moderated with Cnet’s Dan Farber and Beet.TV’s Andy Plesser), blip.tv CEO Mike Hudack revealed that his company has found a … Continue reading

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Farbtastic: jQuery color picker plug-in | Steven Wittens – Acko.net

Farbtastic is a jQuery plug-in that can add one or more color picker widgets into a page through JavaScript. Each widget is then linked to an existing element (e.g. a text field) and will update the element’s value when a … Continue reading

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UMW Blogs support videos for WPMu 2.6

Jim Groom, who administers the UMW group of WordPressMU blogs has placed a whole slew of videos online, which help users with WPMU, as well as migrate from WPMU-1.3.3 to WPMU-2.6. The inimitable Andy Rush (a.k.a. EduRush) and I have … Continue reading

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FAQ WPMu 2.6 – UMW Wiki

Here’s a very nice FAQ on using WordPressMU 2.6. Of course, it is geared toward  UMW blogs (instead of FreedomBlogging.com) but the information is pretty good, and the screenshots are prolific. FAQ WPMu 2.6 – UMW Wiki

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CSS Hacks and IE7

This is a really great article on how to hack IE7. CSS Hacks and IE7 The Child Selector This selector uses a “>” symbol as a “combinator” that is placed between two parts of a CSS selector, and indicates that … Continue reading

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Content Syndication with Case-Hardened JavaScript

Content Syndication with Case-Hardened JavaScript Nice little tutorial on creating 3-tier/MVC JavaScript…

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ALA’s New Print Styles + hasLayout

Perplexing little CSS issue that’s dogged me for ages: Why does MSIE have weird positioning some times? It could be because of hasLayout, and all you need to do, is apply position:relative to the CSS declaration: A List Apart: Articles: … Continue reading

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Reuters CEO sees “semantic web” in its future

Reuters CEO sees “semantic web” in its future This is an interesting article on the Semantic Web, and where news feeds appear to be going.

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URL Hacking: Generate Charts On-the-Fly with Googles API

URL Hacking: Generate Charts On-the-Fly with Googles API Pretty nifty!

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Can Web 2.0 Evolve Into An Enterprise Technology?

Growing Pains: Can Web 2.0 Evolve Into An Enterprise Technology? — Web 2.0 — InformationWeek Wikis, mashups, social networking, and even Second Life can have a place in business, but they need to improve legacy interoperability–and IT needs to overcome … Continue reading

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