Six Apart: "Two recent releases that should be of interest to Movable Type users." Today I’ve installed both Zempt on my PC and MT Plugin Manager on our server. The… Read more »
This application lets you create forms in Visual Studio with a tablet PC or pointing device. I’d love to see such an app work on top of Powerpoint and Visio… Read more »
Geoaffiliate does something I’ve been meaning to add to SciFan, and whether I’ll use that service or end up doing it with another tool, the idea has merit.
These sample apps are cute, but damn are they sluggish. The very simple contact manager makes Outlook (a program several orders of magnitude more complex and powerful) look blazingly fast… Read more »
InfoWorld: "IDG’s InfoWorld yesterday became the first publisher to incorporate advertising into its RSS (Rich Site Summary) feed, an important step in the medium’s commercial viability." Well, I guess The… Read more »
Don’t waste time on sterile arguments with competitors who think they’re the center of the universe. There’s nothing in there that will grow your business whatsoever, and customers don’t give… Read more »
Dear consulting client who I’ve been bugging for months about RSS and who argues back that it’s just for ultra geeks, would you consider the fact that Yahoo is adopting… Read more »
Vattekkat Satheesh Babu asks, is a blog a good tool to keep partners up to date on project status?
Noise Between Stations has a nice summary if you’re uncomfortable with concepts such as metadata, controlled vocabularies or taxonomies.
I don’t know if what port 80 is advocating here is really "next gen," but this is a good wrap-up about why and how to generate clean URLs.