What could Usability, Accessibility, and SEO (search engine optimization) have in common? Besides industry jargon that website designers/developers need to know, they are in some ways three aspects of the same process.
If a newly sponsored North Carolina Senate Bill becomes law, anyone posting false or defamatory material on their website should tread carefully. Senate Bill 46, entitled An Act to Make It Unlawful to Communicate False, Defamatory Material That is Libelous or Slanderous Through an Electronic Medium, would provide online publishers ten days to remove material, and post an apology once notified of the transgression, or face a Class 2 misdemeanor.
Raleigh will host the 19th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2010). The conference is scheduled for April 26-30, 2010 at the newly constructed Raleigh Convention Center.
Using the Photoshop toolbar color-picker as my transparent anti-alias color for exporting image files.
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In an search for new sources of revenue to make up for state budget shortfalls, the North Carolina Legislature is debating levying sales tax on digital versions of products such as books, music and ringtones, purchased online.