There are many networking apps available where users can search for people with skill sets they’re interested in and reach out to connect with them via social media links. They can be a major asset and help increase business efficiency.
Microsoft announced that Skype integration inside its Outlook.com email service is now live and out of preview in the U.S., the U.K., Germany, France, Brazil and Canada. The combination of Skype and Outlook.com brings together two of Microsoft’s most popular services, and provides the email service with a material competitive edge in its war with Google’s Gmail.
Google is breaking away from WebKit, the rendering engine that currently powers the company’s Chrome web browser. Google has forked WebKit to create its own rendering engine, dubbed Blink. While it may dash the dreams of those hoping for a WebKit-only web, Blink is good news for the web and web developers.
When you put Facebook “Like” buttons or Pinterest “Pin It” badges on your site you’re enabling those companies to track your visitors, whether they use the buttons and their accompanying social networks or not. There’s a better way, a way to offer the buttons and let your visitors maintain their privacy if they wish.
One of the great things about structured content like HTML is that you can manipulate the structure to generate little extras like a list of links or a table of contents. With long form writing making something of a comeback in the last year or so, we’ve started to notice more tables of contents on […]