Articles categorized as "services"

Capital One’s accessibility fail

Image by taberandrew via Flickr The current website and interface for financial institution Capital One suffers from some accessibility issues. While its source code suffers a little from divitis and classitis (using the DIV and CLASS (X)HTML elements excessively for … Continue reading

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AuctioneerTech adds new features to suggest and subscribe

Image via CrunchBase For those of you who have followed us from the beginning, you’ll recall that the first version of the site included a subscription feature that allowed users to receive short, plain-text email updates each time we posted … Continue reading

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The AuctioneerTech guide to Dimdim presentations

You’re sold. You’ve read something or heard something that tipped you off to the fact that netcasts and virtual meetings don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. You’ve created your Dimdim account and are preparing for your first … Continue reading

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Mozilla Weave – synchronize Firefox among multiple computers

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Fixing Firefox

Anyone who uses multiple computers has the struggle of maintaining productivity across different environments. Web browsers store passwords and bookmarks and preferences on each computer. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way to have each computer automatically synchronize … Continue reading

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Upgrade from 32 bit Vista to 64 bit Windows 7 using custom install

The upgrade process for Windows 7 is pretty straightforward – if you’re doing an in-place upgrade from 32 bit Vista to 32 bit Windows 7 or 64 bit Vista to 64 bit Windows 7. It gets tricky when you want … Continue reading

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