If you are excited about the newer web browser software being able to make use of a myriad of fonts then I guess that you are a web designer. However, if you are a font designer then maybe you’ve been tracking news about @font-face since 2007 with trepidation rather than excitement.
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With this in mind I feel that this article provides a good roundup of what RSS can do for you. If you are new to using RSS, or have often wondered what that orange icon is all about then I highly recommend 30 Different Uses for RSS by Michael Fruchter.
I’m making an effort to become less reliant on visiting websites for the data I need. Spending a majority of my time in Google Reader, I decided RSS could help me accomplish this task. I no longer have to visit Yahoo to read my horoscopes or sports scores. I now track my Ebay auctions from Google Reader. These are some of the ways I started to recently use and rediscover RSS.
A new web service for listening to your own music, not sharing it, has been launched today. Called, blueTunes, it allows users to upload their music collection and listen to it via the web. Going on holiday? Take a laptop and your music will follow. At a party that lacks decent music? (We’ve all been in that situation I’m sure!) Login and blast a few of your
This is a great tip for Apple Mac users who utlise the microblogging service, Twitter. It is a fairly simple way of creating a client for Twitter which is accessible from the Apple menu bar (as a menu item). The method uses Hahlo that is intended for use with Apple iPhone which makes this ‘hack’ notable for its creative use of software that is freely available.
The creators of 99designs.com are using UserVoice to allow its users to view ideas for new features and suggest their own. Using a voting system UserVoice orders the ideas in the order of popuarity and also allows comments (feedback) to be posted.