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How To Enable Geofenced Notifications in Apple iOS 5

Over the past few days after the release of iOS5, I’ve been eagerly trying to set up geofenced notifications. Previously I wrote about the release of geofencing in iOS5, and now I’ve had a bit of time to test geofenced notifications. It seems that the process is not quite as smooth as it could be, …

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Using oEmbed for Dynamic, Futureproof Embedded Videos and Photos

When writing and maintaining the codebase of my website, I’ve always tried to adhere the the highest degree of code standards compliance, flexibility, compatibility, and future maintainability and relevance. I’ve kept the use of plugins to a minimum, and have made sure that as much site content as possible is optimillay visible without the use …

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Switching from Backblaze to Crashplan: iOS Mobile App Seals The Deal

** Hello! If you’re finding this page in your research of Crashplan Vs Backblaze, or Crashplan Vs Mozy, or any other services, please be sure to read my ongoing saga with Crashplan losing my entire backup archive. Cheers! ** CrashPlan’s recent release of an iOS app solidifies my switch from Backblaze to Crashplan. Now, I …

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Presentation: Bryan Rieger on Rethinking the Mobile Web

Brian Rieger, a designer at design and development firm Yiibu, has put together a great presentation on rethinking the mobile web, covering the current and future prospects for adaptave, accessible web development for desktop and mobile. The presentation by itself is great, but is even better when coupled directly with Yiibu’s main website. They’ve turned …

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Gartner Reports Android Up and Coming Fast…

Interesting new info from Gartner, with some major implications. For clients thinking about mobile launches, I think this means the focus may shift to cross-device compatible mobile websites, iOS apps, and importantly, Android Apps. When considering a global client, Nokia may be a consideration, but those platforms under considerations should be restricted to the Windows …

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