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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg pledges refugee camp internet access

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced plans to help bring the internet to UN refugee camps. Speaking at a UN forum in New York, Mr Zuckerberg said it would help refugees access aid and maintain family links. He also said Facebook would be part of a new campaign to make the internet available to everyone […]

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Mark Zuckerberg takes us through a tour of Facebook HQ (Watch video)

Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has just posted the first live video from Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California. And it is predictably very popular, having notched up over 220,000 likes and over 12,000 comments at last count. Zuckerberg took viewers through a tour of the building where Facebook just moved in a couple of months […]

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Eight Reasons Why You Need a Website

1.  Websites Never Sleep.  Many people surf the web in the evening when most businesses are closed, which is perfectly fine because websites never take a break.  A website will allow your business or organization to be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Having a website is the […]

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Designing With Your Clients

We have all known the pain of a client interfering in the design process. Phrases like “Make the logo bigger” and “Put that above the fold” have become a running joke in the web design community.It is not unusual for web designers to lose money on a project as a result of the client endlessly […]

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WordPress Multisite: Practical Functions And Methods

Multisite is a powerful new feature that arrived with the release of WordPress 3.0. It allows website managers to host multiple independent websites with a single installation of WordPress. Although each “website” in a network is independent, there are many ways to share settings, code and content throughout the entire network. Since the beginning of […]

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A Journey Through Beautiful Typography In Web Design

CFOs’ growing comfort with cloud-based enterprise applications has made them more inclined to accept SaaS applications and other PaaS/IaaS solutions across

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The Open Source Squad at the GSA

The GSA is the largest service provider for the U.S. government, and 18F is at the GSA. The unit follows a cost-reimbursable model. This means that other agencies within the federal government pay 18F for its services. The unit typically works through the Economy Act, so it can only charge for actual expenses spent…

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Microsoft’s ‘Spartan’ Browser Will Bulge With Features

Rumors about Microsoft’s new browser, code-named “Spartan,” have been heating up: It will be an app; no, it will not. It will replace Internet Explorer — no, it will not. It will use Microsoft’s Trident rendering engine and the Chakra JavaScript engine developed for IE 9…

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