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Wednesday, 03 September 2008 15:14

Anatomy of a modest web site - lessons for all

If you're the owner of a web site, or interested in web site design or maintenance or traffic analysis, here's a pictorial snapshot that shows some things to look for. Included are some current trends, including the state of the Browser Wars just as the upstart Google Chrome browser appears.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Thursday, 14 August 2008 11:35

Major feature missing from Adobe Reader 9?

Adobe Reader 9, part of the Adobe Acrobat 9 package, seems to have omitted an important user interface feature that was present in earlier Reader releases, making its usability worse rather than better. I hope this wasn't part of a nefarious plan by Adobe Systems, but just an amazingly clumsy oversight!

Published in A Meaningful Look
That is the surprising conclusion of a University of Michigan study which discovered that more than 75 percent of bank sites surveyed had at least one flaw which could make customers vulnerable to financial or identity loss. The findings, which will be presented today at a Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security meeting  at the Carnegie Mellon University, suggest that these are design flaws that cannot be fixed with a simple patch...

Published in Home Tech




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