Saturday, July 23, 2005

Windows Music

And you thought the Windows sounds were boring?? This Flash page will change your mind (I think): www.ded.kiev.ua/mus.swf

Make Your Own RSS Feeds

Step by Step Make RSS Feeds
Make your own RSS feeds for your web site. Don't know what that is? You might want to take our Blog and RSS class here at the MHRIC. Call us at 255-1450 x 1316 for more details.

Friday, July 22, 2005

Monday, July 18, 2005

Printing on Canvas

Printing on Canvas: This should make your digital photos really stand out!

Friday, July 15, 2005

Visual Recipes - Community of Cooking Enthusiasts


I know this is WAY OT (off-topic) but I thought this site looked interesting. See photos of the recipes and they are NOT staged ones. They look like they were taken in real people's kitchens:

Visual Recipes - Community of Cooking Enthusiasts

Grant Resources

Seems to be a pretty inclusive site for grants:
Grant Resources

Complete CSS Guide - Cascading style sheets reference

This is the complete definitive guide to CSS. There is also a special edition of this guide that you can download and install on your iPod. Read all about any CSS feature in the air, while you commute, or at your desk, with no need to open a book, or fire up your browser.
Complete CSS Guide - Cascading style sheets reference

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Microsoft Geek Blogger

Robert Scoble is a Microsoft employee. Although this is his personal blog, he has some interesting tidbits here: Scobleizer: Microsoft Geek Blogger

Monday, July 11, 2005

Rocketboom

Rocketboom is probably among the most popular video blogs that are available online. Andrew Baron and Amanda Congdon spend three to six hours per day to shoot, edit and splice together this 3 to 5 minute video show, in which news, technology, public events and a good dose of irony and commentary take center stage: Rocketboom

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Mike Davidson: The Accessibility Chronicles

Mike Davidson: The Accessibility Chronicles: "In case #1, you have a cost that is too high. Expecting all content creators to translate every single word on their site into remedial reading material would take forever. It’s simply not a reasonable thing to demand."

HTML Dog

HTML and CSS Tutorials, References, Articles and News -: "CSS Property Reference"

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

WDUG Agenda: Aug. 19


Our agenda for the first meeting on August 19 here at the Conference Center has been set. The order of presenters has not been determined yet. Coffee and tea will be at 8:30 and we will begin promptly at 9. Remember that registrations are required!

Macromedia will be presenting Contribute and the Contribute Publishing Service. This is an effective, cost-efficient method for districts to publish their web site and retain total control over it.

Rose Malpica, Webmaster for Orange-Ulster BOCES, will show us the latest in Photoshop Elements 3. Mike Kroemer, Cornwall School District, plans on showing us some tricks and tips with Macromedia Fireworks.

This is a workshop for all levels of Webmasters and those new to developing web sites.

If you would like to present at our Spring 2006 User Group, please let me know. It's set for April.

We are fortunate to live so close to Mohonk. If you haven't been up there hiking, take the next opportunity and go. Most pictures are of the Mountain House but there is a lot more to see hiking around the grounds.

Sunday, July 03, 2005