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Bookmarks for March 15th through March 18th

March 19th, 2008 · No Comments


Some links for March 15th through March 18th…

  • MOSSO :: The Hosting Cloud
    “Mosso scales automatically and additional capacity kicks in as you need it. There's no hardware to buy and you only pay for what you use.”
  • WordPress › Blog » 2.5 Sneak Peek
    “A customizable dashboard, multi-file upload, built-in galleries, one-click plugin upgrades, tag management, built-in Gravatars, full text feeds, and faster load times sound interesting? Then WordPress 2.5 might be the release for you.”
  • Curvy Cross Processing in Photoshop CS3
    “This tutorial describes one of my favorite techniques for 'spicing' up a photograph. This method is adapted from the color darkroom of old. In those days, innovative photographers often processed film in a chemical solution intended for another type of … ”
  • Mac Automation: automating Microsoft Word 2008
    “When Microsoft released Office 2008 for Mac, they did something that I must applaud — they joined the ranks of Mac developers creating Automator-able applications.”
  • Mastering Your WordPress Theme Hacks and Techniques
    “(thanks Ed) This is the first article in the four-part series, "Powerful guide to master Your WordPress". Throughout this article, we’ll be focus on many WordPress Theme hacks, ideas, tips and useful tutorials you need to have ready in hand…”
  • Doug Engelbart: The Demo
    “Douglas Engelbart's "mother of all demos", where the mouse and light pen were first demonstrated.”
  • TED | Talks | Nicholas Negroponte: From 1984, 4 predictions about the future (3 of them correct) (video)
    “Speaking at the first TED Conference in 1984, Nicholas Negroponte waxes prophetic on the converging fields of technology, entertainment and design. Years before anyone was using the word "convergence," Negroponte was thinking about TV screens …”
  • StartupCFO
    “The highs and lows of the life of a startup CFO. Mark helped Plank out quite a bit when we needed some good advice. Great guy.”

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