A week ago, Apple announced the stunning New Mac Pro line which features a radically new ‘miniature’ form factor. A company called MacStadium believes the Mac Pro is absolutely perfect for deployment into high density server Hosting environments. MacStadium's Mac Pro POD will facilitate 270 servers in 12 square feet of datacenter floor space.
You can link content you publish on a specific domain to your Google+ profile and your Google+ avatar will show up next to the search result. This usually helps with increasing click through especially if people know your avatar. All you have to do is verify your email on the same domain as your content.
Thanks to advances in browser support and growing libraries of quality typefaces, the use of web fonts is seeing exponential adoption. But what has been missing is a workflow that reflects the way designers actually work, providing them with the flexibility to test using thousands of fonts throughout a layout, not just on a small sample of type, and explore the use of such things as OpenType variations and paragraph indentation. And why not be able to automatically generate HTML and CSS from such tests to pass on to devs, as well as easily share your prototype designs and even generate a style guide for clients and partners? Typecast, now in beta, would seem to be able to do all this and more, reminding me how far the use of type on the web has come in just a few years.
When your site is protected by CloudFlare your web pages will be cached and optimized for speedy delivery so your visitors get some of the fastest page load times and best performance they've ever seen!
On June 20th 2011, ICANN the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers, created a global shockwave with their announcement to a packed meeting in Singapore. A thousand delegates witnessed, a long awaited gTLD program released, creating new types of domain names with unlimited potential.
Why would someone invest $187,000 for single name application with ICANN plus another few hundred thousands of dollars on related costs to acquire a new gTLD domain root system? Simple, the real motivation will be to declare global-image-cyber-warfare and to create global market domination under a name identity.
Here's an early look at the upcoming preview of Adobe Edge -- an easy to use tool for creating expressive, standards-based animation with amazing ease and precision. Watch as Doug Winnie, Principal Product Manager for Edge, takes you through the basics of what Edge can do.
In the spirit of sitemaps.org, Bing, Google and Yahoo! have come together to provide a shared collection of schemas that webmasters can use: Schema.org.
The site provides a collection of schemas, i.e., html tags, that webmasters can use to markup their pages in ways recognized by major search providers. Search engines including Bing, Google and Yahoo! rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages.