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372-digg4Digg 4 is currently available as an alpha release. Craig examines the new system and discusses whether it’s enough to entice disillusioned users back to Digg.

Apple is being branded “Big Brother” for banning cartoons, satire and books which do not adhere to its moral guidelines. Craig discusses why Apple censorship started and why it’s ultimately doomed.

In this final installment of his Data Visualization with Flex series, Toby builds on the work from the first two parts to take our visualization to the next level. The final product allows you to visualize how often various tech key words are used on t…

Multilingual marketing should be considered in every international marketing initiative. Yet, when it comes to web site localization, most businesses only go so far in creating a literal translation of their English copy. In this article, Christian dem…

In part I of this series, Toby showed us how to extract a subset of useful information from a truly massive set of raw data: nearly all the posts from the SitePoint forums! In part II, we’ll set about turning that data into a useful visualization, sh…

Microsoft Expression Web 3 has some unique features that make it invaluable to web developers. In this article, Raena puts the web development tool through its paces and cranks out a simple PHP page. After reading the article, you can test out your kno…

Google’s Social Graph API gives developers access to a wealth of public social data mined from the Web. In this tutorial, Louis extends a Ruby on Rails user registration form to query the API and suggest site URLs for users to add to their profiles.

Want to create a customized blog, without having to deal with the complexity of WordPress? Introducing Jekyll, a web site creation engine with a sophisticated templating system that’s dead simple to use. In this article, Simon Pascal Klein shows you …

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Adobe’s Flex can be a fantastic tool for visualizing data. In this first installment of a three-part series, Toby gives us some general theory on data visualization, and shows us how to extract meaningful data from an application and import it into F…