Monthly Archive: June 2007

Web Image Format: GIF

The GIF Format The Graphics Interchange Format (“gif”) was originally developed by CompuServe in 1987 . The GIF format is one of the most popular formats on the Internet and it supports 256 colors (8-bit color). Unlike the JPEG, the GIF is loss-less, meaning it does not get blurry or messy when saving. This format …

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Google Apps: Updated

Google Apps is a web service provided by Google to business owners. It provides G-mail, GoogleCalendar, docs & spreadsheets, & GoogleTalk in a centralized location via customized “Start Page” that resembles iGoogle but is branded with your personal logo and domain name. You can designate an admin of the domain and they will have access …

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WordPress Theme: Glued Ideas

Over the next few weeks I will be testing out a few new styles on this website.  I am using the Glued Ideas theme built for WordPress.  I really like the default style of this theme but there appears to be a good number of things that I can change to make my site feel …

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Google Image Labeler

Food For Thought… How much work do you think would be involved if a company was to set forth the goal of labeling every single image on the Internet? I can guess that you would say this is a very high goal with an unbelievable amount of work involved, and I would have to agree …

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Meeting Notes: Realtor.com

A little while back Crossroads Realty sat down with Realtor.com to discuss renewing our contract and also new features of the Realtor.com website. The following article is a brief outline on the key points brought up during that meeting…

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