Tablet PCs, such as Apple’s iPad, are emerging as popular “all-in-one” devices. Small enough to fit into a purse, but powerful enough to sustain long-term computer use (though I wouldn’t recommend typing on it without an auxiliary keyboard), these devices bridge the gap between smartphones and laptops when it comes to computing power, and are

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I wonder how much of our reaction to color (on websites or not) is driven by our culture, and what we’re told colors mean? On just a quick search of other cultures, it looks like reactions to colors are driven more by the society people grew up in rather than a set standard across cultures.

HTML5 is the newest iteration of HTML, and is already partially supported by most browsers. However, the reason you don’t hear more about this update is that no browser has yet worked in every feature of the new HTML. It’s expected that most major browsers, however, will achieve full HTML5 integration within the next couple

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Google claimed that they are now treating 410 server header page statuses as “more permanent” than 404 errors. This is in response to the fact that most webmasters are using 410 as a signal that page has once existed at a certain URL, but has now been permanently removed. Not just moved to another location (that would be a 301 redirect), but truly “gone” as the name associated with the status would imply.