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31 Mar 2006
- A local biotech company is hiring a "Web 2.0 developer" to build internal and external tools using Ajax, Ruby on Rails, and agile methodologies. The job listing even specifies libraries like Scriptaculous. Fascinating.
- Newsletter looks like a nice, simple way to do an email mail merge on OSX.
- What’s in a (domain) name? Way too much statistical anaylsis, for one.
- Tagging was discussed at the IA summit. Cluster analysis and co-occurence were mentioned. Good, good.
- You’ve got digital photos. Now what do you do with them?
- Lucene with PHP seemed complicated before Zend’s tutorial.
- Touchstone is trying to help you pay attention to the things you need to and ignore the stuff you don’t. If I had that, these link lists would be much shorter.
- Aleene’s Tack-It is simply fantastic.
- Google on the desktop Google picks up Picasa, giving them an important foothold on people's PCs.
- The importance of being good Starbucks is pulling CD burning stations from their stores. That says something interesting about their brand.
- Lock-in is bad T-Mobile thinks they'll get new Hotspot customers with exclusive content and locked-in devices.
- Newly Digital Newly Digital is an experimental writing project. I've asked 11 people to write about their early experiences with computing technology and post their essays on their weblogs. So go read, enjoy, and then contribute. This collection is open to you. Write up your own story, and then let the world know about it.
- Rounded corners in CSS There lots of ways to create rounded corners with CSS, but they always require lots of complex HTML and CSS. This is simpler.
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