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Blogging locally and globally–my experience
In Baltic MVP Summit 2011 there was discussion about having two blogs - one for local and another for global audience – and how to publish once written information in these blogs. There are many ways how to optimize your blogging activities if you have...
Adding Twitter authentication support to ASP.NET application
In my last posting I introduced my idea about common membership provider for ASP.NET that is able to support multiple authentication providers. Before writing membership provider we need support for some authentication providers to get an better idea...
Adding uberVU badge to your blog
uberVU is service that monitors how your blog entries (or other web resources) are performing in different social networks. You can integrate uberVU reaction count badge to your blog and monitor popularity of your blog entries right in your blog. In this...
Links 2009-08-19
JQuery and web development Limit Number of Characters in a TextArea using jQuery Find out which Key was pressed using jQuery jQuery Superfish Menus Plug-in Make website images look like a video with this CSS effect CSS2 – opacity Mobile 55 per cent of...
Follow me @ Twitter
I exist also in Twitter. For some time already. My username is gpeipman. You can find my account here: My tweeting topics (besides usual what-am-I-doing) are my new blog entries, hot technology news and other interesting findings...
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Developing Delicious applications
I am developing a little piece of software that interacts with Delicious through HTTP API. Using Delicious API puts you one responsibility – use their service carefully. Don’t flood it and don’t stress it some other way. In this posting I will show you...
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