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Html Tables Tutorial

With the introduction of hypertext markup language came the new possibility of organizing data into coherent structures. One of these structures common in day-to-day Internet use is the table. This very dynamic organizational tool manifests itself in a variety of imaginative ways, including layouts, input forms, and of course the …

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Web Development and Web Design

Designing and developing are two different facets of a web page. The difference between web design and web development is a web designer designs the website and a web developer develops the website. This could be one person who excels in both areas or, it can be two distinct individuals. …

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Tips for creating your own website

A number of things have to be taken into consideration when it comes to starting your own business. The Internet marketing business is also similar to any other business and it has gained a lot of popularity as well. People who have understood it well and have devoted time and …

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Using Bing to Find Destination Guides

Tourism is one of the things Bing does best. Bing Travel is that section of Bing that helps potential travelers plan their vacations. Bing is new, had its debut in May 28th, 2009 and is the latest Internet search engine. It is Google’s rival and the first serious sit-up-and-take-notice since …

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WML to the (wireless) masses

For the netizen who spends all Internet time on a laptop or PC, the question of WML (Wireless Markup Language) may seem like something of a fleeting mirage that some up-normal faction flirts with incessantly somewhere in the spidery nether-reaches of the Web. Yes, WML references turn up on the …

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Why is Facebook so popular

Facebook membership has surpassed 900 million users according to a Form S-1 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on April 23, 2012. Specifically the filing states “We had 901 million MAUs as of March 31, 2012, an increase of 33 percent as compared to 680 million MAUs as of …

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Commentary: Society’s dependence on technology

Control is sometimes a relative word, but when you evaluate the question of whether or not society has become “controlled” by technology, the answer is obvious—yes we have. It’s not so much that technology has become so developed that it makes decisions without human input and has “taken over” in …

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