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The era of hand-coding PHP and HTML scripts has largely gone by the wayside, thanks in large part to Content Management Systems, or CMS’s– and that’s a good thing. Today’s site creators, however, are left with a tough choice: Drupal or WordPress?
When you’re trying to choose a database-backed, open-source CMS that can be easily managed …
I attended WordCamp San Francisco once again this year, the annual geek lovefest for all things WordPress, and here’s a summary of highlights.
Matt Mullenweg taking questions at WordCamp SF 2010 courtesy of BloggingPro
First the keynote speech by WordPress co-founder, Matt Mullenweg, State of the Word.
WordPress 3.0 will have the following:
New default theme Twenty Ten, with …
Philippe Alexis and Juliette Donohue will be teaching a 2.5 hour “Workshop for Generating Leads Online” in San Jose next Thursday, February 19 from 9 to 11:30 am in San Jose ($200 before February 16).
It will give you a solid foundation into the principles of Internet marketing, and how to put them into practical use …
Firefox 3 (FF3) launched on June 17 2008 with much excitement and fanfare. On launch day (Download Day!) the Mozilla foundation, creators of Firefox, set a new Guinness World Record for the most software downloaded in 24 hours with more than 8 million downloads. A few weeks later that number nearly quadrupled with over …
I’ll be speaking on Ecommerce this Thursday December 14 at the Entrepreneur Center of the SBDC TAP (Small Business Development Center Technology Advisory Program, 84 W. Santa Clara St – downtown San Jose 95113)
The holiday party starts at 6pm and will include:
15 Minute Technology Demonstrations on Mobility, e-commerce, Finance, VoIP
Valuable door prizes
FREE online subscription to …
The usability guru Jakob Nielsen comes out with a list of 10 web design mistakes every couple of years. Here's the top 3 for this year (2005):
1. Legibility Problems
Most complaints were about small font sizes or frozen font sizes (which you cannot alter using a browser's Text Size command). This one really surprised me, and …
already MSN and AOL are out of the pictureA war game was held last April by Fuld & Company where student teams from MIT and Harvard impersonated the big four web properties in a “Battle for Clicks”. As the Economist reports, this is how the teams introduced themselves:
Yahoo!: “We don’t have to be the …
I came across a fascinating site, the Annotated New York Times, which tracks online discussions on NYTimes articles. We get the physical version of the paper every morning, and occasionally I even have time to read it. I often wonder what kind of reaction certain articles provoke, and now there's a great way to find …
Since the beginning of the internet in the early nineties, browser market share has wildly fluctuated. As an excellent article on the browser wars at evolt.org explains:
In the First Era of browser history Mosaic and the other early browsers ruled. The Second Era was that of Netscape dominance. Microsoft's challenge to Netscape marked the beginning …