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'here at home'Stop the Internet Blacklist!
Update 9/30/10 - Related:
Victory: Internet Censorship Bill is Delayed, For Now
comparing privacy policiesPrivacy is the new search quality
on 'using and sharing creativity'Do Open Educational Resources Increase Efficiency?
'something very odd going on'Twitter 'onmouseover' security flaw widely exploited
'working to transform society'Design Manifestos 2010 » 100+ Years of Design Manifestos
a more beautiful web?Beauty of the Web
As amazing as the web is, its potential is immeasurably greater. Internet Explorer 9 was designed to let that potential shine through. Click below to see how developers and designers are creating a more beautiful web using HTML5 and advancements in Internet Explorer 9.
They also state, "A focus on HTML5 and modern standards enables the same markup across browsers." A little late to the party and a seemingly Windows-centric vision of 'standards' (proprietary, as in the past), in my humble opinion. I should note that both Apple (Safari) and Google (Chrome) also seem to have self-centered visions of the web (and standards) lately, each as if HTML5 was their own baby.
Note: This is not an endorsement,
a video about... videoHDR Video A Reality
promoting 'data rights'
DataPortability.org - Share and remix data using open standards
'something different'Ode - a simple personal publishing platform for the web – "Simple means you know how it works."
Note: This is not an endorsement.
Attn: iPhone app developersStatement by Apple on App Store Review Guidelines
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'cut-and-paste examples'HTML5/CSS3 Cheatsheet
edit before printingPrint Edit Firefox extension (not available for Mac OS X)
Allows editing of the web page content while in Print Preview mode. Editing the web page prior to printing can compact the layout and remove unwanted content such as adverts, sidebars and blank pages.
emotions and system behaviorEmotion Markup Language (EmotionML) 1.0
'inspiring apologies'Sorry I Haven't Posted
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