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QBN EXPATS Apr 24, 13, 6:39 a.m.
Where are they now?
Who else is (MIA) missing in action?
Responsive + Minimal + Portfolio Feb 24, 13, 10:01 p.m.
Does any one have any good sources of inspiration for well-designed, responsive, minimal, portfolios created in HTML/CSS/AJAX/HTML5?
2013 Trends Feb 8, 13, 7:22 a.m.
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What thread? Jan 24, 13, 2:05 p.m.
In the past few days there was a thread here that showcased movable images that resize when you resize your browser. Some sort of JQUERY...
2D/3D JQuery Transform Jan 23, 13, 8:34 a.m.
Does anyone know what this is called and where I can obtain code similar to the image and link below for this JQuery transform?
Disable Java NOW Warning!!! Jan 12, 13, 1:47 p.m.
US-CERT warns users to disable Java in web browsers, Apple and Mozilla move to block it!
After first being reported by security researchers on Thursday, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (or US-CERT, a part of the Homeland Security department) stepped in with a warning of its own on Friday, which bluntly suggested that all computer users should disable Java in their web browsers (for its part, Oracle says that a fix is coming "shortly"). The flaw itself is a vulnerability in the Java Security Manager, which an attacker could exploit to run code on a user's computer.
Steve Ballmer's Nightmare Dec 3, 12, 9:45 p.m.
Steve Ballmer's Nightmare Is Coming True...
1. The iPad eats the consumer PC market.
2. Employees gradually switch away from using Windows PCs for work.
3. Windows 8 fails to stop the iPad.
4. Loyal developers start to leave the Microsoft platform.
5. Windows Phone gets no traction despite the Nokia deal and RIM's collapse.
6. Office loses relevance.
7. Microsoft's other business applications start to erode.
8. The platform business collapses.
9. The Xbox was never going to make up the slack, and Microsoft can no longer afford to keep investing in it.
10. Microsoft suffers a huge quarterly loss. Ballmer retires to play golf.
Introducing AOL ALTO Oct 19, 12, 5:46 a.m.
AOL May Have Invented Email’s Next UI Paradigm
Too Little, Too Late for AOL?