Category Archives: XHTML/XML/CSS

I’m on the road… upcoming presentations and talks

robinna/ September 17, 2009/ social media, semantic web, my projects, XHTML/XML/CSS, web 2.0+/ 0 comments

Since my calendar thingie is not working so well, here is what I have on my schedule for upcoming talks/presentations: Sept. 19, Digital Initiatives w/ Tim Daniels, GPLS Director’s Meeting,Current and emerging trends in library technology — is my part Oct. 22 Semantic web. vs. Social Media, Master of Internet Technology Program, Gwinnett Campus: What REALLY is the semantic web

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Various links: academia online, sustainability of digital projects, LC and Cloud storage, web tools & more

robinna/ July 20, 2009/ media, XHTML/XML/CSS, web 2.0+, yahoo/ 0 comments

Link roundup… Lots to read and consider and ponder…. Very cool…Thousands of video lectures from the world’s top scholars. a multi-year, international exploration of the strategies being used to support digital initiatives over the long term. Social networking site for researchers aims to make academic papers a thing of the past LC tests cloud storage Yahoo pipes… if you haven’t

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Question of the Day: what will not migrate in Google Pages?

robinna/ June 27, 2009/ Design, meetups/conferences, webdesign, question of the day, XHTML/XML/CSS, web 2.0+, life 2.0+/ 0 comments

So, google pages (the online editor/hosted website creator available for free to google/gmail customers) is going away. It will be replaced by google sites. I, as well as a ton of other google users, received the following message (prompting a question from friend, about whether her site would migrate properly): However, we’ve identified you as using Google Page Creator to

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she’s geeky

robinna/ January 13, 2009/ XHTML/XML/CSS/ 0 comments How cool is this? I’d love to go, but I don’t have enough travel money and I am swamped with work, freelance, & committee stuff at the mo — intense xhtml/css training at the end of the month, too. of course, if someone paid my way, I’d find the time, ya know. 😉

e-Publishing? Isuuu?

robinna/ December 28, 2008/ software, publishing, productivity, XHTML/XML/CSS/ 0 comments

Has anyone used Issuu to epublish? If so, what do you think? I’ve been considering switching platforms for the arts magazine. I like PacerCMS, but I don’t have much time for development these days. I chose PacerCMS because it created a nice issue and did everything I wanted out of the box (and it pretty much does, once I created

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