Hand Coding versus WYSIWYG Editing

Posted in Development by
Anthony Hortin

I recently had the pleasure of joining in on a discussion on Hand Coding versus using WYSIWYG editors, with the awesome guys from the Motley Design Crew. Jane was on the side of WYSIWYG editors while I was espousing the merits of hand coding. Whilst weighing up the pros and cons of each method, we all agreed there’s no right or wrong way to code up a site. It all comes down to what works best for you.

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Transfer Seesmic Desktop And Tweetdeck Settings Between Computers

Posted in Social Media by
Anthony Hortin

Probably the most useful Twitter tools around are the various desktop clients that allow you to view your followers tweets. The majority of these run on the Adobe Air platform. Adobe AIR is a cross-operating system runtime that lets developers combine HTML, Ajax, Adobe Flash® and Flex technologies to deploy Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) on the desktop.

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My First Month On Twitter

Posted in Social Media by
Anthony Hortin

Well, it’s exactly one month ago today that I did my first “Tweet”. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you’ll know that Twitter is the latest Social Media craze.

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