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Interesting sites, web servers, web clients, techniques, programming for the web.

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The World Wide Web Journal provides timely, in-depth coverage of the W3C's technological developments, such as protocols for security, replication and caching, HTML and SGML, and content labeling. It also explores the broader issues of the Web with web luminaries and articles on controversial legal issues such as censorship and intellectual property rights. Whether you follow web developments for strategic planning, application programming, or web page authoring and designing, you'll find the in-depth information you need here. The World Wide Web Journal is published quarterly. This issue contains 57 refereed technical papers presented at the Fourth International World Wide Web Conference, held December 1995 in Boston, Massachusetts. It als... Rest of this review on the detail page
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Week in, week out, I get another "how to use the Web for business" book across my desk. And week in, week out, the author has gotten hold of a copy of Netscape and gone surfing to look at all the pretty little corporate logos on the net. Lots of opinion, lots of gee whiz, lots of enthusiasm, and almost no information. Marlow has gone to a number of people involved with the creation, maintenance, promotion, and business evaluation of a select number of the most successful corporate sites on the Web. He interviewed them in depth, and analyzed the results. The history and evolution of original plans to current activity is included. In addition, he has looked at the most recent business research into Internet use. The result is a thor... Rest of this review on the detail page
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* A cutting-edge, first look at how to embed and design a Web site compliant with the new personal privacy standard, P3P * Introduces the P3P standard with detailed descriptions and then examines its parameters * Includes helpful guidelines, explanations, and P3P how-to examples for system architects to follow * Presents detailed case studies covering companies in both finance and retail
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Google is the planet's most popular program for finding stuff on the Web. Millions of people a day use it to search for everything from apple pie recipes to high school sweethearts to Zimbabwean bus schedules--but it has no manual. And who needs help for such an easy to use program? As it turns out, Google has many hidden tricks and tools that can turn your simple searching into powerful--and successful--discoveries. But you have to know where to look. Google: The Missing Manual is your guide, covering: Search techniques and tricks. If you know which search words to choose and how to ask for the special things Google lets you look for--like phone numbers, definitions, stock quotes, pictures, and other goodies--you'll get more of what you wa... Rest of this review on the detail page
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As a PHP developer, there are certain problems you’re almost guaranteed to face. Generating charts and graphs, converting HTML documents to PDF format—PHP is equipped to handle all of these, but coming up with the best implementation can be tricky! Now, instead of trawling through message boards and mailing lists for the answer, you can just crack open The PHP Anthology! The PHP Anthology is a complete reference guide for any PHP developer --hobbyist or professional-- to help you write better, faster and more secure code that solves common problems. The author, Harry Fuecks, has compiled over 100 best-practice solutions that any developer will find invaluable when building content management systems, intranets, shopping carts or a... Rest of this review on the detail page
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