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A List Apart gets a facelift

I like the new look. Maybe they’ll start getting a few new articles now?

Internet Explorer is 10 years old

We all know that it’s been 4 years since there was last a new version of Internet Explorer, but how many of us realised that there had pretty much been one version a year up until then? Another good entry from the IEblog team - I’m really warming to them recently, and I very much hope that IE7 lives up to the promise that their writing implies.

Yet another Google service is released - this time a Skype-alike

Everyone and his dog has heard about this now, I’d wager. Frankly, since this was on the BBC news this lunchtime I shouldn’t even be posting about this, but google has released a (beta of course) version of its XMPP based chat client.

10 Steps to a Hugely Successful Web 2.0 Company

Does what it says on the tin.

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  1. by greatred on August 25, 2005 09:12 AM

    Already logged on to Google talk with my Gmail address with Gaim. Now, if only I knew some people that were using it. :(

  2. by Neil Crosby [TypeKey Profile Page] on August 27, 2005 11:24 PM

    I just can’t keep up with all these different bits of talkative software - I’ve only just started using Skype for goodness sake!

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