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Date: 2009-01-27
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Flash, SilverLight and Web browsers gaining support for MPEG-4
The new de-facto standard for delivering video over the Internet is MPEG-4; you may also know the standard by the more cryptic H.264 official standard code. In this article you will see how rich media technologies such as Flash and SilverLight are embracing MPEG-4. In addition, you will see how the Web browsers are also stepping up and supporting MPEG-4.

Microsoft's SilverLight tightens the screws on Adobe's Flash?
The Microsoft SilverLight team knows they have an uphill battle against Adobe's Flash, but it is not stopping them from innovating and increasing the compelling reason for why they are a viable alternative Rich Internet Application platform.

Top 10 Tech Predictions for 2009
Some should be surprising
Steve Jobs famously said that technology is easy to predict - it changes slowly. This may be so for Steve Jobs ultra fast mind, but for us mere mortals, the changes come a little faster. With that said, there are some things that will come in 2009 that are sure certainties. In this article, you will see what we predict will be the big 10 technology changes coming over the next 12 months.

Flash and SEO: Like Oil and Water
The bottom line here is that a site built entirely in Flash still faces huge obstacles. While there have been recent moves from Google and Yahoo! to try to index the content from combined Flash/SEO sites, those moves have not yet, from my experience, translated into SEO results or success.

The Principles of Web Site Security
It is important to know and keep up with the latest in Web security
Security is an important element of any web business. When you are examining your security, one of the first things you should ask yourself is: What are you protecting? What is your "crown jewel?" For a leading soft drink manufacturer, their crown jewel might be the recipe or the proportions of the key ingredients.


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