Monthly Archives: January 2005

Web standards compliance

Michele mentioned my post listing standards compliant websites in an article on his site this morning. He correctly pointed out that many development companies think that they can jack up the price when asked to produce standards compliant sites – … Continue reading

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Irish standards compliant web development agencies and websites

Since I delivered the talk for the Irish Internet Association last Thursday in Mitchelstown, several people have asked me for the names of web development agencies who develop standards compliant websites. I know of a few Irish web development agencies … Continue reading

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Practical Web Design Advice presentation

The IIA (Irish Internet Association) have asked me to give a presentation at a one day E-business Seminar they have organised in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork, in association with Ballyhoura Development. I agreed to give the talk – the title of … Continue reading

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Mac comes of age!

The Mac was launched 21 years ago today (January 24th 1984). To celebrate, a German Mac fan has resurrected the video of the launch and posted it on the ‘net. Check out the duds Steve Jobs is wearing. The site … Continue reading

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New Oasys keyboard has Linux built-in

I see on the Korg site where their new Oasys keyboard runs on Linux. It is retailing for upwards of $8000 – too bad Christmas is just over!!!

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Internet Explorer use falling further still

I note that eWeek are reporting that usage of Microsoft’s internet Explorer has fallen another 1.5% to 90.3%. Of course, what is amazing, to me, is that over 90% of people are still using internet Explorer! Still, I shouldn’t complain, … Continue reading

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