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Posts Tagged 'web programming'

  1. Keeping Up with the Kludges  • 
    The world is shrinking. Products and laws and programs that were once created with tens of thousands of relatively homogeneous white people in Middle America are now being exported all around the world. How are we going to be able to keep up with all the kludges necessary to make things work?
  2. The Joy of Strict XHTML  • 
    I've recently discovered something else the Mozilla Firefox browser can do that Microsoft's Internet Explorer can't: Firefox can accept documents using the "application/xhtml+xml" header. This just might change the world.