New Protocol Attempts to Standardize Sharing

OExchange is something average end users may never hear, see or talk about. But to open web advocates and people involved in web standards, it’s an important step in connecting the…

HOW TO: Add Facebook “Like” Buttons to Your WordPress Blog

This series is supported by Rackspace, the better way to do hosting. Learn more about Rackspace’s hosting solutions here. Facebook officially unveiled its new Open Graph API and tools a few weeks ago, making it possible for developers and end users to easily hook their own sites into Facebook’s broader ecosystem. In just the first […]

Apple Didn’t Kill Flash, HTML5 Did

The battle over Flash and its role (or lack thereof) on the iPhone really came to a head today when Apple CEO Steve Jobs published an open letter expressing why his company won’t support Flash on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen spoke with the Wall Street Journal to deliver his […]

Google Chrome Ditches Http://

When you see some text prefixed by “Http://”, you automatically assume that what follows is a web address, as defined by the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. The question is, since most web addresses are easily recognizable anyway, do you really need it? The developers of Google Chrome don’t think you do, so they simply chose to […]