Archive | 2011

Flash to HTML5

Looking for a way to convert your old Flash files to HTML5. Google has your answer :) Meet google swiffy. I haven’t tried it out yet but sounds very promising. http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/18/google-swiffy-extension-exports-flash-to-html5-actionscript-fan/ Advertisements

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5 Must-Try Products From Y Combinator’s Demo Day

Some interesting new startups which you should check out. I definitely like the sound of Kicksend, for easy sharing of files. Mashable

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Ticketmaster let’s you sit next to your friends

Ticketmaster has updated their seating allocation tool. Check out the video below to see the new features

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How Does Google Protect Your Data in The Cloud?

Google has one of the largest and most secure clouds in the entire industry. You do not often hear of a successful distributed denial of service attack against Google and rarely are Google applications hacked (unless, of course, it reportedly comes from the Chinese government). How does Google keep the data centers that comprise its […]

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New Macbook Airs

Apple has just refreshed their Macbook Air range and they have some impressive specs. From what I have read they even out pace the recently refresh Macbook pro range. Very tempting :) Review Apple – Macbook Air

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Pricing Pages in Web Design: Getting Users to Sign Up

Interesting article on techniques you can use to drive user conversion. Pricing pages can sell a service, or scare people away. Obviously, the first is preferred. It can influence what service is sold, and help potential new customers navigate to what they need. Let’s look at a showcase of today of pricing pages in web […]

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Google Plus Nick

It didn’t take long but a URL shortner for your G+ account has been release. Head over to http://gplus.to/ to claim your nick. Will come in handy for sending to friends and what not.

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Learning the basics of HTML5 canvas

Netmagazine have posted a good guide on the basics of HTML5. Definitely worth checking out. By now you should already have a good idea about what canvas is and why it’s a fantastic part of HTML5. In this article, we will take a proper look at the features of canvas, from learning how to actually […]

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Who Is Using Twitter, How Often, and Why?

Eight percent of U.S. Internet users are on Twitter. More than 20 million U.S. adults access Twitter at least once a month and more than 170 million tweets are sent every day. Younger users (ages 18-29) are more likely to use Twitter than older users. The service is also used more heavily by those with […]

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Google+ Could Revolutionise Customer Service

Circles is a feature that allows you to group your online connections so you can share information with only that group. It will allow you to create a group of like-minded users instead of broadcasting everything to the same group of friends or followers, like you would on Facebook or Twitter. http://www.bnet.com/blog/customer-management/google-could-revolutionize-customer-service/650?promo=713&tag=nl.e713

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