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RFID – Revolutionary Tech or Pure Evil?

RFID stands for radio-frequency identification and is the technology, which much similar to the barcode technology allows information to be exchanged between labels and readers. However, unlike the barcodes, this technology uses radio waves, which bring in a number of advantages and even though the barcodes have seen their fair share of evolvement and the latest symbologies offer much better reliability, readability, and can store more data, they have been around for more than forty years, and RFID is their most likely replacement.

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The Wonderful World of Search – Top 10 Countries and What They Search For [Infographic]

It is interesting to see that the top searches by country vary just as much as the countries that make up the Top 10 countries on the internet. They do have one thing in common, there is at least one social network in each of the top 5 searches. I have to say though, one thing that always stumps me is why people search for sites like Facebook and Google instead of just going there directly. It is a mystery that will most likely never be solved.

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 7

It is time for the Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 7. There are a few font type links and many CSS, Photoshop, and general Web Design and Development links. Enjoy!

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The Ultimate WordPress Cheatsheet [Infographic]

With the popularity of the Ultimate HTML5 Cheatsheet we thought we would create one for WordPress. If you create or edit themes at all you definitely want to check this out. Without further delay, we present to you the Ultimate WordPress Cheatsheet. Enjoy!

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Friday Inspiration Series – Logos

Everyone needs a little inspiration every once in a while. This week I am going to list some of my favorite sites I visit for logo inspiration. Enjoy!

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 6

I am pleased to present you with our 6th ‘Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers’, or as I am calling this one, The Font Free Edition. That is right, we do not have any font links this week which really surprised me. So go ahead and dig in, learn something new, and have fun doing it.

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9 Alternatives to PayPal for Web Designers and Developers

As a web designer or developer, you are often dealing with customers from around the World, and you need an easy way to let them pay you for your hard work. While PayPal is probably the most commonly used payment method, there are quite a few other alternatives, which are just as convenient, reliable, and reasonably priced.

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Browser Evolution – The History of Web Browsers [Infographic]

Looking at the browsers in the current browser race it is hard to remember the time when Netscape had over 86% of the market share. Once Microsoft started integrating Internet Explorer with Windows they unsurprisingly took over the market and dominated it for several years. Enjoy this infograhpic and the The History of Web Browsers.

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