Instant Source – Hacking Websites The Easy Way

I’d like to highlight a product for web development today called Instant Source by Blazing Tools Software. Now a huge disclaimer… I would not normally consider posting about a tool that is specific to the dreaded Internet Explorer. This is an exception, however because this tool is so absolutely cool and useful. (Plus I’m currently …

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Is Alexa Completely Useless? Michael Arrington Says Yes!

I’m sure the head honchos over at Alexa are scrambling like ants and beating their technical staff over the head with a ball-peen hammer to get this fixed. Apparently they are reporting that YouTube.com gets more hits than Google.com. Hmmm. I’m sure that TechCrunch, one of the most read blogs on the internet, doing an …

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Free Magazine Subscription! Internet Retailer

I just received a sign-up offer for a FREE 1 year subscription to Internet Retailer magazine. I don’t do much internet retailing, but for a cost of FREE I couldn’t really pass it up. The sales pitch states that it includes: …comprehensive coverage of the practices, strategies and technologies that are shaping web retailing… latest …

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Broken CGI Directory

Through the course of some research for a project I ran across a CGI directory site. Basically it lists various CGI scripts and also a handful of tutorials and tips. The site is http://www.cgi-bin.com. What is so special about this directory? Well, nothing actually. I just thought I’d mention it for the following funny reason. …

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HIGH SPEED DOWNLOADS: 60+ Download Managers

Another fine list from Mashable.com, comin at ya! You know the story: although your ISP claims that your connection is lightning fast, those huge video files you just grabbed off Google Video and YouTube are taking forever to download. Most people figure that slow download speeds are normal. If you use the built-in download manager …

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ClickTale – Beyond Analytics

If you are at all concerned with analyzing user activity on your site, then you are probably already using a tool such as Google Analytics or Statcounter. These are two very good tools and they give a LOT of information. A new site called ClickTale however is pushing the envelope in this arena with some …

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