Posts in category ”Web industry”

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Google Analytics and cookies

Google Analytics and cookies

A few days after the launch of Google Analytics, the web is buzzing all over about it. Due to an unexpected amount of users the service was temporarily crippled, but now it seems to be up and running.

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Ajax debunked

Ajax debunked

After having seen a couple of months with the word Ajax buzzing everywhere, I believe it’s time to clear a few things out. Ajax is a term coined by Jesse James Garrett at San Francisco-based company Adaptive Path in February 2005.

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The web of tomorrow

The web of tomorrow

The last ten years has seen the web transform from a technical curiosity to a vital channel for information. In the middle of the 1990s, very few knew what a web page was, let alone had one.

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What we do in life echoes in eternity

What we do in life echoes in eternity

People have been keeping daily diaries and emotional journals for as long as the discovery of writing, but diaries with a potential audience of five billion readers is a phenomenon that was quite uncommon before the arrival of hypertext browsers a decade ago.

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Google Suggest

Google Suggest

I’m really starting to like the new Google Suggest function, another gem added to their ever-increasing bag of tricks. This nifty thing provides auto complete in your web search.

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