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Phat or Fat: Advertising gone too far?

Tweet What do you think? Advertising gone too far? Let us know in the comments…

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The Best of British Politics

Tweet This is one of my favourites from the Prime Minister Question time. For those who are not familiar with British Politics, Prescott (the Deputy Prime Minister at the time) punched someone in retaliation for throwing an egg at him during an election campaign… Prescott was standing in for Tony Blair (the Prime Minister at the time) against the leader …

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Video: Why Linux (Desktop) Still Sucks!

Tweet While I’m an avid fan of Linux in general and Ubuntu specifically, I have to say I do agree with a lot of what this chap says. (I have no idea who he is!)

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10 Must-Have Windows Apps for Every Web Developer

Tweet Here are some apps that every developer should know about on the Windows platform: Putty: It’s a free and open-source application that connects to a remote server via SSH. You can use an SSH encryption key or password and can change protocol version. It has support for IPv6, public key authentication, local serial port connections and, best of all, …

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Google Maps – Earth View

Tweet Nice little new feature on Google Maps: Earth View. It’s a merger between Google Maps and Google Earth. Here’s the official video.

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Why We Need Web Designers

Tweet A designer is the person who adds creativity and design to interactive websites. Most users who are new to the internet think that the tasks of a web designer are very easy – but it is not true. For creative website design, every company need at least one  professional website designer who can fulfill the client’s requirement. If you …

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The Apple iPad – A not-so-technical review

Tweet On January 27th 2010, Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Inc., put an end to the many rumors about their new products. In front of an over-excited crowd, Jobs teased the audience with a quote from the Wall Street Journal: “Last time there was this much excitement about a tablet, it had some commandments written on it.” Indeed, in spite of a …

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The Startup’s Dilemma: Bootstrap or Venture Funding?

Tweet Back in the glory days of the .com boom…and bust…it was in vogue to come up with an interesting idea, have no idea how to monetize it, stick “.com” in the name and wait for VC’s to throw money at you.  Then you use it to build an expensive office, hire a bunch of developers, etc. and enjoy the …

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Time Tracking, Price Reductions and $9 Basic Plan

Tweet We’re so excited to inform you of a number of changes we’ve made. New: Time Tracking We’ve added Time Tracking to the Bronze Plan ($19) and up. You can add Time Logs ‘freestyle’ or you can add them to Todo Items. Of course, you can then generate reports to see how many hours you’ve worked and on what. Never forget …

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15 Website Performance Tips

Tweet In this post about website performance, we will focus on practical tips and tricks that will help you to improve the performance of your site. Through this you can identify a number of best practices for making your web pages load faster. Let’s discuss these points: Reduce HTTP requests: An HTTP request is generated each time a file is …

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