January 2011 Archives

Two big stories this week: AGIMO's COE and LibreOffice. AGIMO is the Australian Government Information Management Office. They are the ones who set policies such as requiring govt web page meet the W3C's WCAG 2.0 guidelines for accessibility, or that...
Google just released a preview of the Honeycomb SDK. It includes an emulator that will run the Honeycomb operating system, so you can get a taste of what it will be like to use Honeycomb, and it includes SDK support for Honeycomb, so developers can get started writing Honeycomb application
Ever had a problem with an app run via a browser window? You're not alone. In this entry, I share troubleshooting techniques. The Sirius XM media player app, for example, runs via your web browsers and relies on Windows Media Player. On my computer, running Windows 7 64-bit, the app made various calls that Internet Explorer 8 just did not like.
O'Reilly is offering a series of videos from internet pioneer Howard Rheingold on how people can determine for themselves whether the information they come across on the web is useful, valid, legitimate, or... just plain crap. Because there's a lot...

The decorations are all put away. The fog of the New Year's Eve party has lifted. Life has returned to something resembling a normal schedule. 2011 is now with us and poised to be a great year for you. That is, if you choose to make it a great year. Rather than let the year slip away why not plan to learn more about Lightroom? Lightroom can appear to be a simple and straight-forward application. But don't be fooled. There are subtleties and nuances in every module. It is a rich program with a lot to offer. Let's explore it more in 2011. Don't call it a resolution to learn more about Lightroom (because we all know what happens to New Year's resolutions). Just work it into your regular routine.

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If you get some exotic illness, and you know what it is, make sure the Wikipedia entries have good links to credible sites

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