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A Brief History of Markup

I just received my copy of the newly-published HTML5 For Web Designers by Jeremy Keith, and remembered that the first chapter is available online.  It is a quick and interesting read, no matter how involved in web design.  In fact, … Continue reading

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Think of Infochimps.org as not only a wikipedia of data sets, but as potentially the greatest data mash-up tool yet. Imagine having loads of census, weather, sports, and other statistical data available in one big database.  Then standardize the fields … Continue reading

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