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Date: 2008-07-30
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HTML 5 is coming, are you ready?
The Web experience will be more consistent between software platforms making the customer experience equally consistent
Back at the dawn of the Web it was common to have updates to the core HTML specification. Many early Web developers were introduced to HTML 3.2 as this was the standard for Netscape 3.0. In 1997 along came HTML 4.0 with the death of the FONT tag, and then. . . nothing. It is now 2008 and finally a new revision to the core HTML standard is being developed. It has been 11 years and HTML 5 comes with a boat load of improvements.

Rapidly Deploying with Robust Web 2.0 Application Frameworks
The technologies that allow you to rapidly develop and deploy Web 2.0 tools is growing and expanding rapidly
Unless you have been living under a rock, there is no doubt that you have heard the term Web 2.0. It is synonymous with exciting Web sites such as Flickr, Google Gmail, PageFlakes and more. Each of these sites share a common thread: the Web applications feel and respond more like desktop applications than a traditional Web application.

Extending Project Efficiency with ConceptDraw Office
Project managers rely on many tools to help them manage the task of executing this vision
Project execution is created when a team of people have a shared vision. To deliver on that vision that group must complete a lot of interlocking tasks. The image below shows the level of complexity that a project must step through to be completed effectively.

Frantic Films VFX Embarks on New Line's "Journey to the Center of the Earth"
VFX studio builds stereoscopic and creature pipelines for 3D feature film release from director Eric Brevig
Award-winning VFX studio Frantic Films VFX, a division of Prime Focus Group, recently served as a lead visual effects provider for the forthcoming stereoscopic feature film, Journey to the Center of the Earth, produced by Walden Media and New Line Cinema. Based on the Jules Verne classic of the same name, the movie is directed by Academy Award-winning visual effects veteran Eric Brevig. The 3D film is slated for U.S. release on July 11, 2008.

Content Insider #104: OS Battles
Vista: If We Didn't Have Darth Vader We'd Invent Him
People have seemingly made a career out of knocking the quality and performance of Microsoft's Vista. It is different but is it bad? Or just different? If you can remember the early days of other OS releases they had issues. Vista has fewer issues. But the major hurdle is that people just don't like change...that includes us!


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