Monthly Archives: April 2006

Improper use of blockquotes

After hearing that 37 Signals have released a new jobs portal, I noted a London design agency had a vacancy so I followed the link out of idle curiosity. Further random link-clicking found me at the portfolio page and onwards … Continue reading

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Web Standards and Small Businesses

Andy Higgs was somehow tempted to switch his final year dissertation from essentially “Why don’t grannies like using mobile phones?” to “An enquiry into the acceptance of accessible web content and web design standards by UK small businesses.” With only … Continue reading

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Developing Microsoft CMS Solutions

Last week I attended a 4-day, on-site course for developing Microsoft Content Management System (CMS) solutions. Which was nice (to quote from The Fast Show). With no previous asp.NET skills it was quite a challenge developing server and placeholder controls … Continue reading

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