Web Development 2.0 Carnival – September 24, 2007

Welcome to the September 24, 2007 edition of web development 2.0.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Ode To The Mobile Web (Cell Phone Browsing Humor) posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

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Paul presents Make Web Site Development Easy posted at BigTechnical, saying, “Great CSS tools and more.” Although I don’t really dig the Blueprint CSS framework, the tips on Nifty Corners and gradients are good.

Don Albrecht presents Why Are CSS Frameworks Important to AJAX Development posted at Ajax Bestiary, saying, “It’s way to easy to get burned in AJAX development when you don’t start with a good foundation. Here’s an exploration of why CSS Frameworks can give your entire development process a leg up. Even the javascript.” Again, I’m not a fan of CSS frameworks, but to each his own.

John W. Furst presents Use Safe Identifiers In Your Web Templates posted at E-Biz Booster Blog, saying, “I wrote this, because I was getting tired of looking up the specifics in different specs all the time. You might find it to be a helpful resource for your readers.”

Danogo presents Forget Webcams and YouTube. How I Created My Own Music Video For Free Online in 1 Day. posted at Danogo.com – Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, “Creating an original music video with social media mixing and user-generated content”

Gabriel presents Get Brendon Sinclair to Answer Your Question Interview Contest ! posted at SEO ROI Consulting, saying, “Brendon Sinclair is the author of Sitepoint’s popular Web Design Business Kit. The first edition sold out, and the second edition has just been published!”

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Comments

  1. Thanks for hosting the carnival. I’ll be tracking back from my Montreal SEO blog!

    Regards,
    Gabriel

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