And then suddenly Adobe takes the online office thing to a whole new level: Buzzword; a flash based online word processor.
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Struggling with a complicated user interface problem? Looking for a way out of the box? Or are you just trying to expand your horizon?
Here’s a couple of resources that should provide you with enough to chew on for at least the first half of 2008. — Read on
Check out this presentation on microformats. This little technique might look obvious to some, but it’s a good step towards a more open, less browser based web.This presentation is very useful if you want to learn what microformats really are about, and how they can be used. Mainly because the microformats homepage seems to talk mostly about how fabulous the people running it are.
Smashing magazine brings us a listing of 53 CSS-Techniques You Couldn’t Live Without. I’m sure one would be perfectly able to live a good and healthy live without it, but it does speed some things up.
The people at Yahoo have developed a new interface for their webmail client. Well, actually it seems a lot like they took laszlomail, restyled it to look like Outlook and launched it as their own “revolutionary” product. So interface-wise it’s definitely nothing groundbreaking, but seeing a big player like Yahoo getting into stuff like this definitely shows how web 2.0 is taking over. Considering the amounts and variety of people that use Yahoo mail, for many this will be the first contact with the interface conventions of the future.
Who knows; perhaps some day this “internet” might just turn out to be useful after all.