Google’s Answer to the Facebook “Like” Button: The “+1”

Article from Mashable: Google is making a big new push into social with a feature called “+1” that is similar in purpose to the Facebook “Like” button, but integrated directly into the world’s biggest search engine. Starting Wednesday, users who opt into the +1 button experiment (and soon everyone else) in Google Labs will start … 

 

Social Networking Strategies for Finding More Work

An intresting article written by James Clear: As a web designer or web developer, you probably have a firm grasp on the social media/social networking scene. What I’m finding, however, is that although many people in our industry understand how the Social Web works, surprisingly few of them are actually using it to their advantage … 

 

5 Ways To Keep Yourself Focussed At Work

Interesting article written by Woody Romelus: Here is an occurence you see too many times before – you start of your day by telling yourself that you will get (insert amount) of task done today. As determined as you are, you might end up having blunt conversation with your friends, replying and sending out e-mails … 

 

Firefox 4: What you need to know

After no fewer than 10 beta releases, Firefox 4 finally entered the “release candidate” stage Wednesday. Assuming that no fatal bugs emerge, this version (minus minor bugs) will soon be released as a final product that is up to six times faster than its predecessors, features a new minimalist interface and incorporates long-awaited sync and … 

 

How To Use Custom Fonts On Your Website With CSS

With CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) you can use custom fonts on your website. Normally your visitors can only see the fonts that are already installed on their computers. So if you use a font that is not installed on your website visitor’s computer then his or her browser will show some other font that is …