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The decision has been finalized. Zend Framework has been selected to leverage the power of frameworks for the legacy code of Tix•R•Us without forcing it into the rigid confines of a Content Management System (CMS) such as Drupal, that you then have to find modules for or program your own.
Zend Framework . . . → Read More: Zend Framework Chronicles Part I
RSShugger is yet another blog directory I have found. It’s not Web 2.0 — it’s pretty old school and refreshingly simple. Hey not everything has to be a widget. Rsshugger is not huge yet but I predict they’ll grow. They request an honest review, so here it is: The usability issues I see are . . . → Read More: RSShugger: a clever way to get publicity
he web is my platform; I shall never lack. She maketh me to surf abundant (though often vapid) content; She leadeth me to streaming media; she restoreth my cache. She guideth me in the path of abiding by the TOS for my conscience’s sake. Yea, though I tread a fine line of legality I . . . → Read More: On digital abundance…
Sorry kids, there’s no picture in today’s post. I’ve just been playing with three blog pimping services Entrecard, Blogcatalog, and MyBloglog.
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