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Coda can code but could do beta

Having been a fan of Panic’s software for quite some time, I like to keep an eye on what they’re up to. So when Coda hit the ‘Net, I felt strangely compelled to give it a squint. I’ve been using their exemplary FTP client Transmit for donkey’s years. Way back when it was called Transit. […]

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Web 2.0 + 1

I never really hit it off with the Web 2.0 moniker. To me, it was and still is a marketing gimmick that doesn’t reflect the fullness of the second breath the web has taken recently. Version two implies the web has stepped forward. To me, that’s to neglect the fact that the web has not […]

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When it comes to Web Standards & Web Accessibility: compliance, but of another kind…

So we work hard to meet with the web standards, to build in accessibility and to keep our websites and web applications usable. But what happens if we’ve made a square peg for a round hole? In the first installment, I looked at the polite and the not so polite ways in which the establishment […]

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Web 2.0 venture capital increasing, but real success hard to find…

“A Dow Jones research subsidiary just published a report on Web 2.0 venture capital investing, and it contains a few surprising finds. Out of $13 billion in VC investments in the first half of 2006, only $262 million went to Web 2.0 companies.Before going any further, let me clarify what the report counts as a […]

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De facto

In what can only be best described as a volte face, Microsoft has changed their stance on what will make up Internet Explorer 7. “In a blog entry posted Friday, a member of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer development team said the company plans to support key elements of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendations Portable Network […]