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Amusing Spelling Errors

I’ve been trying out Mozilla’s Thunderbird standalone email program at work. For two reasons: it feels faster and more responsive, to try to ween myself off of the Mozilla bundle which consumes a lot of memory. I should check out Firebird next.   Anyway, one feature of Thunderbird is spell-checking, which catches a lot of …

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So many people need this book…

Jeffrey Zeldman is out pimping his new book, Designing with Web Standards. webreference.com has an interview with him talking about how he’s used a “Cause Campaign” to spread the word about his book. Without any advertising, the book appears to be selling really well.

RSS 4 Teachers

Research news, learning modules, position vacancies, awards and achievements, significant donations , anything that is dynamic in nature and would be of interest to a particular audience can benefit from RSS technology. Web designers can review and select news feeds for customized news portals, enabling students, faculty members, and staff to stay abreast of discoveries …

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Tivo-niversary

One year ago I got a TiVo Digital Video Recorder. Not coincidentally during the World Cup so that it would get all the matches since most were on between 2am and 7am. Ever since then, how I watch TV has totally changed. TiVo makes your TV viewing efficient. In a sense, its the first intelligent …

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