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Archive for July 2011

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Link building is one of the essential components of a strong SEO campaign. The more quality, one-way links you have pointing to your site, the better trust factor your site has. Links also help drive targeted traffic through to your site, which in turn can increase your conversion rate. But I’ve seen a lot of [...]

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   Staying on top of the most recent developments in your craft takes time, especially when you have to scan websites daily for articles and news worthy of your attention. Quality newsletters do the job for you. Just check your email inbox every couple of days to find a condensed and readily accessible selection of [...]

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“Architecture Through a Mixed Media Lens” is a five-session, five-week class especially for New York-based visual artists and designers with an interest in architecture. … Share and Enjoy:

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BDI board member and Quadro Design director Phil Gray recently travelled to the USA to give a presentation to an elite audience of medical sector technologists and healthcare specialists at the prestigious MIT Media Lab, Boston. He joined six other speakers from international companies at the event, which outlined opportunities for US healthcare businesses in [...]

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The Web is better when developers can build safer experiences in their sites. With each release of Internet Explorer, we’ve led the way with improvements to the browser to help ensure a safe and secure browsing experience. Now IE10 Platform Preview 2 includes full support for HTML5 Sandbox technology that allows developers to further lockdown [...]

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Jul/11

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4 new WebKit reviewers!

I’m happy to announce that we’ve added 4 new reviewers to the roster: Chang Shu, No’am Rosenthal, Zoltan Herczeg and Philippe Normand. They are all long-time WebKit contributors, each with their own areas of expertise. Chang (Boston, US) is well versed in the HTML editing code and spatial navigation. No’am (Sunnyvale, US) is a QtWebKit [...]

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If you work in any kind of service industry you’ve undoubtedly come across the Request For Proposal, or “RFP.” The RFP process has become a standard by which organizations solicit competitive bids. It attempts to level the playing field and minimize bias by holding everyone to the same requirements—no special treatment, no rule bending. In [...]

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Jul/11

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Graded Browser Support Update

GBS Changes Specific changes for this update include: No longer assign experience grades Discontinued prescribing specific operating systems (except for mobile) Added coverage for Internet Explorer 9 Added coverage for Firefox 4.† Added coverage for Firefox 5.† Browser Test Baseline Internet Explorer 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 Firefox 3.&#0134 4.&#0134 5.&#0134 Chrome &#0134 Latest stable Safari [...]

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There has been a lot of mentions of the use of GPU (graphics processing unit) hardware acceleration in smartphone and tablet web browsers. So far, the content has been pretty general and hasn’t provided much technical direction apart from simple advice such as “use CSS translate3d”. This blog article tries to shed some more light [...]

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