How to Find CSS Hacks?
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How to Find CSS Hacks?

Ever wonder how people find their CSS hacks? No? Well I do. They must sit at their computers typing in random stuff and abusing code, effectively torturing browsers into doing strange strange things. Maybe they construct programs that export malformed CSS so they can leave browsers stuggling night and day–possibly the system is rigged up to…

Web Hosting Biz
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Web Hosting Biz

Should you be buying a specialized online file storage that goes with entrepreneurs seeking a web e-commerce endeavor, then consider picking an e-commerce hosting package. Although believe a normal internet hosting plan will suffice to a web business, soon they reap a harvest of profits. And profits don’t come easy. You need a pro company behind…

Building your Website
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Building your Website

A business that wants to prosper has a strong online presence in todays circumstances. Your competition will probably create a website for their business, so you should to. It highly recommended that we create websites for our businesses because this is one of the simplest ways to connect with a wide audience. Let’s not forget…

The Web is Yourspace
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The Web is Yourspace

The web is Yourspace: a commentary on how the web was created, and how open standards were instrumental in its success. Common Communication: The Web By Design The web was created by Tim Berners-Lee as a method to facilitate communication around CERN, though it became apparent it could become a lot more when coupled with…

MySpace
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MySpace

Hypocrisy? I wrote a post a while back on how much I disliked MySpace, much for the reasons as outlined in the Slashdot news stories below. However an anonymous commenter replied with something interesting: Social networking websites are a kludge. People are trying out because it’s new and prevalence of computer and internet makes it…

Why I buy Music?
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Why I buy Music?

It’s (still) easy to acquire music illegally on the Internet. The usual suspects are P2P, music blogs, or BitTorrent. There has been a crackdown on P2P in recent years, but due to its inherently decentralised nature, you can never really stamp it out. This year I see the focus of the media giants resting on…