IBM Helps Financial Markets Manage Increasing Volumes of Transactions (source: websphere.sys-con.com)

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 by 3rd Party Source

IBM has unveiled a new technology platform designed to transform the way that financial services firms manage the ever increasing amount of data and transaction volumes generated by capital markets around the world.

Financial systems are tremendously data-intensive and rely on speed in trading transactions that can result in huge profits and help exchanges compete and meet client demands...

XML Schema will help you build better XML (source: About)

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 by 3rd Party Source

Hi Dave,
Let me see if I can address this. I dont know if Id say you are off the mark. The similarities are obvious. The two come from the same family. What I would say is that programming and design is a fickle beast. It flows and ebbs like most of technology. xHTML was developed to make HTML more extensible and communicate effectively with other data formats...

Printing web pages soon to be monetizeable (source: About)

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 by 3rd Party Source

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One of the issues people have with printing web pages is that they don't get the advertising credit that screen pages do. But HP and Yahoo! are looking to change that. They are planning a way to offer targeted ads on web pages that are printed. So, if you...

Web Design Software Pick of the Week: Font Tester (source: About)

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 by 3rd Party Source

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Choosing a good font for a Web page can be challenging. There is the fact that not everyone has the same fonts on their machine as you do, so creating a good font stack is critical. And using fonts that are standard on Windows and Macintosh is a good idea...

Should We Be Writing Epitaphs for the Mac? (source: websphere.sys-con.com)

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 by 3rd Party Source

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When Steve Jobs said diddley about the Mac at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference some people started writing obits for the widget. It had the Motley Fool, for instance, speculating about the iPhone's newfangled iOS and the Mac's OS X eventually mergin...