20 Examples of White Space Use in Web Design

courtesy of Instant Shift Let’s say you’re in a library. It wouldn’t be nice at all if you couldn’t move around because of the overcrowded shelves and halls, while the librarian was continuously prompting you with the latest books that

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End of Google Authorship – Forbes

By now you’ve probably heard the news. Google has ended its Authorship program. For those of us who have been paying close attention to Google Authorship over the last year or so, this shouldn’t have come out nowhere. During Pubcon

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Facebook reports a 24 percent rise in government requests for user data | PCWorld

WOW – Dig Daddy is watching and can get a lot more info on you than you think. Facebook received nearly 35,000 requests for user data from governments around the world during the first half of 2014, up 24 percent

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Want to Quickly Preview All Your Installed Fonts?

If you are like me, I have over 400 different fonts installed on my computer. So, graphically designing images using fonts can be quite a chore sifting through the many fonts available to use. Here is a great way to

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6 Alternatives to Google Calendar Sync

As of this August 1st, 2014, the Google Calendar Sync app will not sync your Outlook Calendar items with your Google Calendar So what are my alternatives? Google has me a little discouraged with their simple “We will no longer

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