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These are my links for April 25th from 15:59 to 15:59: How to Make Your Own Network Cables – Network Cable Color Code Standards – Share and Enjoy:

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Apr/10

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SEO Guarantees Should Not Exist

For many years I have been hearing lots of SEO companies that offer guarantees on search engine placement. I have argued this approach until I have been blue in the face and I think it is important to revisit this issue. Too many customers look for this guarantee and many are usually quite disappointed with [...]

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© Louis Lazaris for Smashing Magazine, 2010. | Permalink | 12 comments | Add to del.icio.us | Digg this | Stumble on StumbleUpon! | Tweet it! | Submit to Reddit | Forum Smashing Magazine Post tags: presentations, tools, Workflow Share and Enjoy:

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The new service is a web-based solution for sharing designs and files, collecting feedback, and managing approvals…. Share and Enjoy:

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The Young Architects Forum (YAF) Atlanta Chapter announced that they are launching its first Annual Photography Completion with the theme YAF10 – Envisioning Breuer. Share and Enjoy:

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The Best in the Biz If learning about artistic whiz-kids hasn’t been a part of your graphic design education to date, let this be the start of a new chapter! In our last post, we met Milton Glaser and Neville Brody. Today, we’re going to get better acquainted with the calm, cool, and collected [...] [...]

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Editor’s note: On April 20, Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 3.6.4 beta, which includes the “Lorentz” project to offer uninterrupted browsing for Windows and Linux users when a problem causes a crash in any Adobe Flash, Apple Quicktime or Microsoft Silverlight plugin instance. Firefox 3.6.4 beta is the newest release of Firefox 3.6, which [...]

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On April 8, 2010, Mozilla, Opera and Microsoft submitted the WOFF File Format 1.0 specification to the W3C. The submission was published on Monday, April 19 at http://www.w3.org/Submission/2010/03/. Browser vendors and a growing number of type foundries now agree on a common encoding format for web fonts, thus closing an era of cross-browser incompatibility that [...]

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Apr/10

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How WebKit Loads a Web Page

Before WebKit can render a web page, it needs to load the page and all of its subresources from the network. There are many layers involved in loading resources from the web. In this post, I’ll focus on explaining how WebCore, the main rendering component of WebKit, is involved in the loading process. WebKit contains [...]

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Like CSS, JavaScript works best and hardest when stored in an external file that can be downloaded and cached separately from our site’s individual HTML pages. To increase performance, we limit the number of external requests and make our JavaScript as small as possible. JavaScript minification schemes began with JSMin in 2004 and progressed to [...]

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