Links for January 17 and 18, 2007
I’ll be adding more links this post throughout the day (erm … that day would be January 18, 2007).
- Some Bling for Your Blog
- Widgets — web-based ones, at least — go mainstream.
- MySpace Sued In Sexual Assaults On Five Girls
- Wondering if the girls involved can sue their parents for endangering a minor because they paid for internet access and failed to set up any sort of proxy or other site-blocking mechanism.
- HTML Standards Process Returning from the Grave
- What Apple wants from the group. Related: Comments on the HTML WG Charter and You, me and the W3C (aka Reinventing HTML)
- Telecommute. Kill a career?
- A survey finds that most companies place a high priority on seat time. According to the report, though,
the vast majority 78% stated that telecommuters are either equally or more productive than those who work in offices.
- Watching Netflix’ ‘ Watch Now’
- NewTeeVee reviews Netflix’s new download service.
- First Ze Take Hollywood ’
- Our favorite web smart-ass, Ze Frank is poised to go from Internet famous to famous famous. [Via NewTeeVee]
- Globalization Has Increased the Wealth Gap
- An interview with Nobel prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz about why globalization isn’t working, and what we can do to fix it.
- Event-Driven Web Application Design
- An overview of what to consider when developing interactive web applications with HTML and DOM scripting. Related: DOM Scripting by Jeremy Keith.
- HTML Email Design Recommendations for 2007
- The folks at Rocket Science Group / MailChimp gives an overview of how HTML email development will change with Outlook 2007.