- The W3C will be introducing some new elements in HTML 5 / XHTML 2. Included are section, figure, and (yeah!) aside. Hopefully Internet Explorer will support it reasonably within ten years of the standard’s release…
- There are 70 more user-submitted blogging tips from ProBlogger (who has enough time to read all those?). Also note that Darren’s got a new design up.
- Yeah, the new iMac is out! Ars Technica has a lengthy review, and Macworld has finished their benchmark tests for the iMac.
- What the heck? Pligg is for sale! What’s up with that? For the uninformed, Pligg is a PHP-based CMS for running a Digg-like website. If you’ve got the money to buy it, make sure you keep the ownership from falling into the wrong hands.
- Microsoft is up to something…again. At a glance, they seem to be releasing some software under an Open Source-type license. According to Digg users, it’s more likely a publicity stunt.
- Here’s a useful guide you may want to take a look at: Learning from Facebook: Preventing PHP Leakage. It covers several methods to keep your code safe from prying eyes.
Aug 12, 2007 by Matt | Posted in BlogBuzz