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Tailgate, booBox in-page ecommerce

It’s one of those Golden Rules of web usability: don’t make the visitor click more than they need to. And so it goes that both Tailgate and booBox have gone beyond the simpler affiliate advertising model and created a new, more instant paradigm… In the case of Tailgate, their approach is to re-purpose existing screen […]

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Boldly buy with booBox

Monetizing ‘blogs is a major point of interest recently. What with the likes of Guy Kawasaki letting the side down by passing up on better ways of monetizing his ‘blog, it’s now clear that it’s unlikely that any one revenue channel is strong enough to make the most of the traffic to your ‘blog. Right […]

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Tech’ news in brief: The Last Tax-Free Christmas Online?

Is buying on-line in the US to become a taxing ordeal? Well, if the Democrats get their way, maybe: “There can be a guilty little pleasure in buying that $350 iPod or $1,200 laptop online: avoiding the sales tax you’d have to pay at a local store. Technically, online purchasers owe sales tax to their […]

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When it comes to Web Standards & Web Accessibility: is it better to push or to shove?

Not that web accessibility is some kind of web tech’ debutante or anything, so why is it that when push comes to shove, bringing much-needed attention to web standards has to involve gettin’ all litigious? I ask this because over the course of this week, the signal-to-noise ratio on issues relating to web accessibility has […]

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Tech’ news in brief…

Net Pioneer Wants New Internet “David Clark, who led the development of the internet in the 1970s, is working with the National Science Foundation on a plan for a whole new infrastructure to replace today’s global network. The problem with today’s internet, according to Clark, is that its 30-year-old design, which allowed for the development […]