Monthly Archives: July 2006

Gender Is Irrelevent

I’m a regular reader of Roger Kondrat‘s blog, Technological Winter. Today, he posted about a recent conference called BlogHer ’06, organised by the BlogHer community – their website’s byeline is apprently “Where the women bloggers are”. I was very interested … Continue reading

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Atom Or RSS?

I’m thinking of providing XML feeds from my two photographic websites, and I have a clean sheet, and could either use the Atom standard or RSS. So which is best? Are there any significant differences? I’ve heard rumours … Continue reading

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SharePoint & Enjoy

No, not the slogan from the Marketing Division of Sirius Cybernetics Corp… I was at a Microsoft SharePoint 2007 demo today. We were treated to lots of glossy PowerPoint slides and a stand-alone demo, but it all flashed by pretty … Continue reading

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D Is For DOM and d.Construct

Inspired by Christian Heilmann‘s presentation on DOM Scripting last week (he made JavaScript sound fun, for heavens’ sake!), I thought I would try and get my head round the concept. I’m much more familiar with CSS and tend to cower … Continue reading

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Not So Plug-And-Play

I’ve taken photos at a couple of events with my new Motorola L6, which I thought would be great to put on the blog. Once was at the recent Geeks Dinner the second was at the WSG London meeting. But … Continue reading

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