Category Archives: Unicode

Expression Web Roundup

This week I’ve been playing with Microsoft Expression Web, the successor to FrontPage. The good news is that I would recommend it, especially if it means you will stop using Front Page. I still see a lot of TWT portfolios … Continue reading

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Mod Book Review 1

I just used the Mod Book (like a Tablet PC, but on a Mac) for a meeting, so I thought would write up a few notes before I forgot. Dave has been using his modbook as a sketchpad and has … Continue reading

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Time for a Montenegran Web Site?

While I was Brett’s Gaming Commons blog entry on the totally awesome RJDJ interactive music application for the iPhone, my inner geek noticed that the download was actually from http://rjdj.me with the .me domain I knew about the .tv domain … Continue reading

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What made me switch to XHTML? XSLT!

I read an interesting article from HTML Goodies reminding me that the switch to XHTML was mostly hype for a long time http://www.htmlgoodies.com/beyond/xml/article.php/3669451 As Philbin points out, most of the reasons given aren’t valid. This is because XHTML and HTML … Continue reading

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