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Date: 2007-05-09
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Firefox : Does it have Internet Explorer Beaten?
In this article, the merits of both Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7.0 and Mozilla’s Firefox will be balanced against each other
Once upon a time there was a web browser called Netscape, and it was good. If you have been surfing the Internet for more than 10 years then you will remember the catchy “Need Netscape” buttons everywhere. This was in the days when it was cool to restrict your Web site to just one web browser.

A Windows computer on your Flash drive
Have you ever wanted to access some of your desktop applications but didn't bring your computer with you? Is it too much to carry your notebook with you? If you don't like to lug around, there is another way and it is called MojoPac. MojoPac is virtualization software that mimics the Windows operating system on an external, USB 2.0 compliant hard disk device such as a Flash memory drive or an iPod.

Alpha Matting and Premultiplication
What is it and why should you care?
Anyone familiar with digital image editing is likely to know what an "alpha channel" is, but the term "alpha matting" is probably less familiar. In the context of digital image data formats, alpha matting does not refer to the use of alpha channels to create a "mask" or "matte"; it refers to a form of encoding where the value of the alpha channel influences the values of the color channels. This encoding technique can have a significant impact on the compositing of files created by different programs, and on the final quality of your images or movies.

Despite Gmail-like features, Thunderbird 2 not enough reason to leave Web mail
Nearly two years after I adopted a Web-based Gmail account for personal e-mail, the software I ditched, Mozilla's Thunderbird, is trying to lure me back.

Top 10 Application Security Vulnerabilities in Web.config Files – Part One
These days, the biggest threat to an organization’s network security comes from its public Web site and the Web-based applications found there. Unlike internal-only network services such as databases—which can be sealed off from the outside via firewalls—a public Web site is generally accessible to anyone who wants to view it, making application security an issue.


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