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Links 1 through 10 of 42 by Simon Dickson tagged ephemeral.work

Specify the sites you want included in any searches, automatically add certain keywords to users' queries, filter out certain sites... not a bad range of options.

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This is a standalone version of the Device Emulator that shipped with Visual Studio 2005. You can install this and use to run and showcase device applications.

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What I find most interesting about this is that its advice maps beautifully to usual 'writing for the web' advice. Know your audience, keep the narrative to a minimum, use pictures where you can.

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Very nice site, and - wait a minute - UK-based? Yes, that's a Bath phone number. See, there is a Web 2.0 world on this side of the pond.

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We're still not very good at this, are we?

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A web story on the front of this week's TIME magazine, too. 'They're e-mailing, IMing and downloading while writing the history essay. What is all that digital juggling doing to kids' brains and their family life?'

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Web 2.0 makes the front cover of Newsweek. All the usual suspects - Flickr, Myspace, Youtube - get a namecheck. A nice starting point if you're new to this stuff.

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Michael Robertson's at it again. A surprisingly full-featured web-based word processor, with a promise to launch more ajax-based goodness every week 'to replace most of the standard PC software titles'. Early signs are good.

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Hadn't seen this before... Yahoo now offering a nice postcode or Flash-based front-end to Land Registry data on house prices. Not 100% accurate (eg right price and date for our house, but it isn't detached), but very nice implementation nonetheless.

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I did notice this when it first emerged about a fortnight ago... but today, as I'm staring at an intimidating information architecture problem, it makes sense. But not good news for someone who's paid on a day-rate.

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