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Our blog posts are the result of issues and opportunities we see in our daily work. They are designed to increase understanding and provide a source of vision for your web presence.

Three Waves of Content Management - Third Wave

We've seen the first two waves of Content Management Systems (CMSs) as being the custom CMS that gave rise to the proprietary CMS. The custom CMS market is dead. The proprietary CMS is under a great deal of pressure from the third wave of CMSs....

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Should we avoid Flash?

One of our clients recently wrote to us, "Tell me about Apple's Webkit and your thoughts on avoiding Flash."

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Three Waves of Content Management - Second Wave

The easiest way for most people to get a high-functionality, easily updatable website is to use a Content Management System (CMS). The first wave of these in the web 1.0 days of the 1990s was custom-build CMSs. Early in the 2000s, these gave rise to...

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Three Waves of Content Management - First Wave

Web design tools like Dreamweaver aren't for the faint of heart. They're expensive, cumbersome and have a long learning curve. They're overkill for someone who just wants to change text on a website or add a new picture. Plus, unless you're a programmer, you'll never be able to use it to add functionality to your website. These are some of the major motivations for having your website in a modern Content Management System (CMS). There've been three waves of CMS products so far. The first wave....

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Oooooh, Shiny!

We've all done it: bought something that's of absolutely no use just because it caught our eye. The problem is when we make business purchasing decisions based on glitter or glitz. Is it just me or are more people falling victim to this lately? A couple of examples.....

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