Scorchman’s Weblog

Scorchman’s weblog

Safari 3.1 on Windows: a true competitor arrives (seriously) March 25, 2008

Filed under: 1,Interactive Advertising,Latest Industry News — scorchman @ 10:11 pm
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I love the new Safari for Windows, it actually works much better than IE ever did, how strange, hahaha…They put the Windows beta of Safari 3 through the wringer last summer, we weren’t impressed. With 3.1 out of beta, I wanted to know, have things improved? Wow, have they.

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7 Jobs That Are Better In Video Games Than In Real Life

Thankfully, video games are here to save the day-they take the mundane jobs that you and I are forced to do day in and day out and turn them into something awesome. If our jobs were anything like these, we’d probably work for free! Well, actually, no, we still wouldn’t.

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Three Powerful Safari Features That Few People Use March 23, 2008

Filed under: 1,Interactive Advertising,Latest Industry News — scorchman @ 4:47 pm
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I believe Safari is an excellent browser for many reasons; its speed, clean aesthetics and ease of use are attractive from the outset. But there are a few extremely attractive and lesser known features that people should be taking advantage of as well.

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Google Code University – Free Training from Google March 19, 2008

Want to learn how to program? Develop in mySQL? Enhance your skills as a developer or programmer or just learn the lingo. Tutorials, lecture slides, and problem sets for a variety of topic areas including AJAX, Distributed Systems, Web Security, Languages and a ton of other great classes – at no cost! Very smart offering if u ask me:)

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10 AJAX Effects to Boost Your Website’s Fanciness Factor

Filed under: 1,Interactive Advertising,Tech Trippers — scorchman @ 3:42 pm
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If you want to do some kool things with AJAX read on…Here’s a collection of 10 powerful – yet easy-to-implement — AJAX effects to supplement your web page’s interface. These were picked using a “bang for your buck” methodology; meaning that these effects were chosen specifically because they provide high-impact effects with very little effort in installing and using them.

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The Future (According to Radiohead) March 17, 2008

Filed under: 1,Interactive Advertising,Latest Industry News,Tech Trippers — scorchman @ 2:48 pm

How Radiohead ditched the record business and still topped the charts. They are smart as hell.

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10 Killer Firefox Extensions You Probably Don’t Know About March 11, 2008

This isn’t the usual list of extensions that everyone is used to using, but 10 add-ons that many may not know about, but can be very useful for everyday web browsing. Add the cool ones that interest you today!

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