I have been programing since people used slide rules. I am interested in knowing more about uses of Mashups like Knol and BAE Pages. Is anyone using it on an intranet?
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In my first post I am comparing the typical article structure found in wikipedia and the proposed by Knol. I am also proposing an initial set of suggestions to improve the structure proposed in knol. It would be interesting to include a group named as "Suggestion Box" where content authors define their needs and improvements.
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A common sight throughout the Victorian Era and into the 1930’s, stair rods were a functional part of home decor and another flourish in the exquisite detail associated with homes built during that time period.
Before the days of non-slip pad and tack strip, stair rods were used to hold stair runners in place. They allowed homeowners to periodically move their runner to evenly distribute wear over carpet. Stair rods also allowed removal of runners for cleaning before the convenience…Continue
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Assam University, Silchar has celebrated its 15th Foundation Day on January 21, 2008 after its successful completion of 14 years. The Assam University Flag was hoasted by Prof. Tapodhir Bhattacharjee , the Hon,ble Vice-Chancellor , Assam University, Silchar. On this occassion, the Founder Vice-Chancellor, Prof. J.B. Bhattacharjee has delivered a Foundation Day Lecture on "Changing University System : Challenges in the 21st Century" . The programme was concluded with the Presidential…Continue
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My experience as a tester shows that the nastiest bugs are often discovered by manual testing. But when you do discover them manually, the best strategy is to write automated tests for them, so that you'll check your application in that particular area…Continue
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What is agile testing? Put simply it is the close collaboration between the test writer and the developers to ensure test scripts can both be rapidly created and are robust.…Continue
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Q1: Why use Agile methods?
Because they work. If they don't work in your organization, there's no reason whatsoever to use them—certainly not so you can brag about being "agile."…
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Artwork Provided by EmilyJ (offspring of the Digital Signage Forum)
I know, I need more website updates like I need another tradeshow— BUT we do love holidays over here at the …Continue
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Art for the floor? But of course! There are so many inspirational ideas to draw from especially if you are having a custom rug made. A custom rug is a one of a kind area rug, and can be Art that you walk on. At Rug Rats we have been inspired over the years to draw from many artists and the pool of ideas is endless. Our favorite is Henri Matisse. You can see his influence everywhere, especially in furniture and fabrics. In Matisse’s later years he gave up painting to create art by paper…Continue
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