Monthly Archives: September 2006

Playpen #1 – Google Maps

Inspired by Jeremy Keith’s piece at d.Construct the other week, I’ve finally dipped my toe in the water of fiddling with APIs – and like many, I decided to go for a Google Map. It helped that there was a … Continue reading

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Further Reading

There was a dangerously-tempting bookstall at d.Construct the other week, and I found myself buying two books which have been on my To Be Read list for a while: Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and AJAX – Christian Heilmann, Apress … Continue reading

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Podcasts – Usability & Accessibility

Roger Kondrat over at TechWinter has two excellent Podcasts about usability and accessibility – two areas of particular interest to me. To listen to the podcasts, go directly to Roger’s blog: #1: What is Usability and what does it mean … Continue reading

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Blogger/Web2.0 Mixer Event #2

Roger Kondrat over at TechWinter organised the second Blogger/Web2.0 Mixer Event last night, and a great success it was. About 40-50 bloggers, startups and web entrepreneurs got together for chat, beer and chips, at All Bar One in Soho. I … Continue reading

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d.construct debrief

Otherwise known as the dConstruct Party… But first, I’d like to say what a great time I had at the conference. Some really informed and informative speakers; nice venue (apart from the pokey seats) and plenty of subjects to get … Continue reading

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