For the last month, I’ve been working on a community website from Canda. So if you speak french and you want to meet new people, take a look here.
Mercedes really had everyone thinking that this commercial was a real movie trailer.
Remember this oldie?
What can you do with a paperclip? You can use it on your CV, or opening the tray of your cdrom unit. But can you buy a house with it? Of course not! Or?…..
Kyle MacDonald thinks he can! Well, he isn’t going to BUY the house, but rather excange the clip for bigger and better stuff. You can see where he is now, by looking at the “One red paperclip blog”.
I had some spare time so I started browsing the net searching for Web2.0 websites and blogs. I found more than I will ever have time to read. It’s a whole different world out there and it really deserves the name Web2.0. Maybe it’s not more advanced than the “classic web” but it sure is different. The problem is: How do I and my colleagues fit in this revolution? If we miss this train, we’ll be left forever with the outsourcing!
The World Wide Web consortiun is is an international consortium where Member organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work together to develop Web standards.
The W3C offrs some interesting tools on it’s website:
- The HTML validator can determine if your page is conform to W3C Recommendations and other standards.
- The CSS Validator checks Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in (X)HTML documents or standalone for conformance to W3C recommendations.
- The Link checker makes sure you don’t have any broken links in your website.
These tools can really help you make the most out of your site.