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Should I update to OS X 10.6? Definitely maybe.

Published September 10, 2009 by dfordsi Comments: 0
Should I update to OS X 10.6? Definitely maybe.

After installing Snow Leopard last week, I started having the infamous dreamweaver CS4 crashes among others that many in the blogosphere and various industry related forums are ranting about. I even followed Leander Kahney’s advice from his article over at Cult of Mac — How-To: Upgrade To Snow Leopard — The Right Way. It’s a…Keep Reading »

Snow Leopard – update or wait?

Published September 8, 2009 by Chris Griffin Comments: 1
Snow Leopard – update or wait?

Like most of my office mates here at Strategic Insights, I not only work on a Mac, but I am a huge Mac-o-phile (not to be confused with an Apple Fanboy).  For the past 6 months, I’ve been looking forward with baited breath to the release of the new Snow Leopard operating system.  Not because…Keep Reading »

Goodbye Flash, hello jQuery

Published August 3, 2009 by Chris Griffin Comments: 5
Goodbye Flash, hello jQuery

As someone who works on the web on a daily basis, I know I’m supposed to affect an aloof, jaded attitude towards the eye-candy aspect of the web.  A sort of “been there, done that” vibe.  I should probably be saying “Sure, that’s a nice example of a fully interactive user-defined multimedia interface – if…Keep Reading »

The Switch to Adobe CS4

Published August 3, 2009 by dfordsi Comments: 0
The Switch to Adobe CS4

Adobe CS4 will have been a whole year next month. I am still happily using CS3 despite hearing good things about the new version. If you’ve already made the jump to CS4 or on the brink of upgrading, share some of the benefits, why you upgraded or why you don’t feel an upgrade is necessary….Keep Reading »

Combating SPAM Without the CAPTCHA

Published July 27, 2009 by Jenn Soloway Comments: 2
Combating SPAM Without the CAPTCHA

Website contact forms are a convenient, quick means of potential clients and existing customers to get in touch with your company. The only downside is they are also a convenient, quick means of SPAM robots to peddle their (usually) virus-infected “products” to you as well. The latter is a headache my dear dad called me…Keep Reading »

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