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Gtalkr, Web-Based GTalk Client

Gtalkr is yet another Web-Based GTalk Client.Om Malik has the initial review: It can index conversations, and allows you as a user to search the conversations. Its based on Flash 8.

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Paul Graham on Web 2.0 and Ajax

Paul Graham’s latest essay on Web 2.0 is worth a read. He talks about the three componenents of web 2.0 – Ajax, democracy, and being good to your users.

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Cross platform web site screenshots from Browsershots.org

Are you tired of wondering if your finely crafted interface will look correct in Safarai or the latest Konqueror on Linux? If so, check out browsershots. Just enter the URL you want screenshots for and it gets added to the queue. Check back (the delay is around a 12 hours lately) and you’re screenshots will be posted.

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The difference between GET and POST

I was hunting the web for the difference between HTML form submission methods
GET
and POST.This is what my understanding is.:)

The Basic Difference

GET should be used if and only if there are no side effects.Many database searches have no visible side-effects and make ideal applications of query forms.The GET method is designed for getting information (a document, a chart, or the results from a database query).
POST method is designed for posting information (a credit card number, some new chart data, or information that is to be stored in a database).If the service associated with the processing of a form has side effects (for example, modification of a database or subscription to a service), the method should be POST.

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What is Web 2.0?

What Is Web 2.0 by Tim O’Reilly — Defining just what Web 2.0 means (the term was first coined at a conference brainstorming session between O’Reilly and MediaLive International, which also spawned the Web 2.0 Conference), still engenders much disagreement. Some decry it as a meaningless marketing buzzword, while others have accepted it as the new conventional wisdom. Tim O’Reilly attempts to clarify just what we meant by Web 2.0, digging into what it means to view the Web as a platform and which applications fall squarely under its purview, and which do not.

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20 CSS Tips & Tricks

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JavaScript Logging

If you spend much time working with JavaScript, there will eventually come a day when you need to know the value of a variable (or an object’s field) as the execution of the script progresses, or why a script terminates unexpectedly. In simple scripts, you can accomplish this with JavaScript’s alert() function, which instructs the browser to create a dialog box with the argument set as the box’s caption. The message can be anything that helps you understand your script’s operation.

A nice article abt the javascript logging is avilable at A List Apart

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