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PUBLIC MARKS from springnet with tags web & sxsw

March 2008

Scott Robbin

Songza.com is a side-project that I worked on with friend and Humanized co-worker, Aza Raskin. Songza lets you search for a song that's stuck in your head, play it, and even share with your friends.

Tom Conrad

And then the blogosphere picked it up. The first accounts I read sounded like “HUGE BLOWUP AT GNOMEDEX!!!” Strange, I thought — my experience of the event was quite different: it was a non-event for me.

Blueroot Studios An Experiment

Mashable has a great roundup of online calendars and calendar resources that are available right now. The usual suspects are there along with some lesser-known calendars. Of course we all know who the leader is still (at least until Yahoo releases their

April 2007

austin [Web Monday]

developers, designers, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, researchers, web pioneers, inventors, bloggers, podcasters, end users

March 2007

February 2007

Tumblelogs (kottke.org)

by 2 others
A tumblelog is a quick and dirty stream of consciousness, a bit like a remaindered links style linklog but with more than just links. They remind me of an older style of blogging, back when people did sites by hand,

October 2006

web 2.0 toolbar *** cool ***

by 3 others
web toolbar of web 2.0 apps... outrageously great plugin for firefox. It might be powered by Conduit. I went to Conduit and created a toolbar of my own design to distribute to friends. Try it! http://springbar.ourtoolbar.com/

September 2006

ActiveWidgets

ActiveWidgets includes a set of common visual elements (like datagrid, tabs, tree, combo) with a professional look, rich functionality and simple programming model. Michael Kimsal says "It's a good project, it's really neat."

August 2006

doc [haXe.org]

haXe is web oriented universal language haXe is a high-level object-oriented programming language mainly focused on helping programers develop Websites and Web applications. haXe has been designed to be easily portable across several plaforms. javascrip f

July 2006

Building An Expanding DHTML Menu With CSS and JavaScript

Today I am going to show you the different parts that make up a dropdown vertical menu for your website. This is not like your normal dropdown menu, which appears at the top of your content, however -- these menus expand and remain visible until they are

south by southwest festivals + conferences

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Friday, March 9, 2007 Film & Interactive Registration Film Opening Party Film Festival