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  • Using Vim as a Text Editor

    This is a guest post by Alan Bailward a long time advocate of Vim and friend. Introduction When Curtis first asked me to write about my programming workflow, I thought to myself “why would anyone care about a simple setup like I have?”, and told Curtis as such. Then a few days later I was […]

  • The Great Windows Code Editor Hunt: Komodo Edit

    Komodo edit logo

    Second up on my list of code editors to review is Komodo Edit. No we’re not talking about the paid IDE but the free version. The Good Komodo Edit is developed on the Mozilla platform which means it’s a cross-platform code editor just like Firefox is a cross-platform web browser. As I said when I […]

  • The News: Firefox is alive, seo, and some marketing advice

    Today is a great day for web designer’s. It seems that Firefox is finally over 20% of the market share in browsers. Firefox is awesome, and it is wonderful to see it reach this milestone. Hopefully this really pushes IE to be standards compliant instead of the PITA that all web designers are familiar with. […]

  • News from around the Web

    Lots of things are happening today most notably CS4 was released by Adobe. I’ll be writing another post later today going into more detail about the launch and rouding up resources for further reading, for now on we go. There is another great post over at Design Reviver detailing 22 Firefox 3 Plugins for web […]

  • Switch back to IE

    This is spawned from an article on ArsTechina regarding the new IE 8 beta 2. (edited) I have now also found and article on Lifehacker. Check them both out for details on IE 8 I am an avide Firefox user. That is what I use on my PC at home and my Mac at work. […]

  • Cool Web Developments

    Surfing through my RSS feeds today I came upon a number of very cool web developments that I thought I would bring to your attention. IE 8 InPrivate browsing. Pulled from ArsTechnica. Looks like IE 8 may mean that analytics programs we use to track our site traffice will no longer work. One of the […]