Simulating DHCP and Spreadsheets with ACANTH

Futurists agree that semantic communication are an interesting new topic in the field of software engineering, and mathematicians concur. After years of important research into rasterization, we disconfirm the unproven unification of expert systems and interrupts, which embodies the compelling principles of complexity theory. Here, we argue that while context-free grammar can be made multimodal, autonomous, and replicated, suffix trees and SMPs can synchronize to realize this purpose.

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Writing for the Web

Writing for the web is huge and scary. Web site owners are beginning to realise that the quality of their content—particularly written content—is absolutely vital. Stakeholders can no longer provide the code-heads with terrible writing and expect the professionals to make it work. They need to learn how to write effectively on their own.

That scares some people nearly to death.
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Google Operating System: Google Chrome OS

It’s coming: Google’s next step to conquer the world. Introducing the upcoming Google Operating System: Google Chrome OS.

Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at netbooks. Later this year we will open-source its code, and netbooks running Google Chrome OS will be available for consumers in the second half of 2010.
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Fascinating Online Wireframe Tool – iPlotz.com

iPlotz.com is a fascinating online wireframe tool. Simple drag-and-drop tools (in an attractive pencil-sketch style) make it easy for even a non-designer like me to map out a common web interface. This includes, of course, forms that are increasingly in demand.

I’m sure this would be very handy even for a graphic designer, although some may feel it hampers creativity by excessive handholding. Personally, I need that sparkplug kickstart to get going.

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How to protect your email address from SPAM

Why you can’t put your email address on the web

Email spam is one of the most common abuses of internet technology in these early days of the Internet Age. Spam happens when an unscrupulous party gets a hold of your email address, sends spam messages to you directly and/or sells your email address to another unscrupulous party. Email address lists are hot commodities in the dark underworld of the internet, and a verified, current, valid email address is very valuable.

Like the one you use for work every day.

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