Don Hinchcliffe is back with the next installment of his Web 2.0 predictions: The Most Promising Web 2.0 Software of 2006.
Finally a baby snot attachment for a vacuum. Of course my kid is too old now, but it could be useful for for those bad grown up snot days…
It’s almost too late, but don’t forget your Festivus Poles!
Only the best party bowl ever….DIY Bowl out of a Record
OK, I know I’m probably a million years late on this, but the Web Developer Extension for Firefox is just freakin amazing. The most important thing I’ve been able to do so far is “Live CSS editing”, so you can rapidly alter your CSS and see results in real time! (I am told that Opera can do live HTML in recent versions, but no CSS, for shame!)
Hot off the previous post is a link to a very comprehensive del.icio.us tools page.
Dion Hinchcliff brings together a list of
The Best Web 2.0 Software of 2005 . It’s so amazing to see the number of new and innovative apps that are springing up, based on old and new technology alike!
Rajesh Setty serves up a Blogging “Starter Checklist”. Highly recommended reading for anyone out on the front lines.
Build a rocket without all of the pesky explosives (that the government won’t let you have anyway!)