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Update Your Wednesday

I got in to work this morning, and while I wanted to be productive right off the bat, my Windows told me it needed time to update, this Wordpress told me that 2.6.2 > 2.6.1, and my iTunes told me it as well was ready for a makeover. Or, maybe not a makeover, but apparently 7.7.1.11 was so last week, and now, its 8.0, baby. So I let them do their update thing, and I updated my morning with an…
September 10, 2008
Development

Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A

What happens when you search Google for "javascript and google chrome", hoping for other blog articles people have written about some shortfalls of the latest release of Chrome, in terms of javascript-ing? I found JavaScriptly, the self proclaimed blog for "JavaScript on the Modern Web", and their article of speed tests between Chrome and other common browsers. But then I found the post before that, JQuery Site Re-redesign, and realized I hadn't been to jquery.com in a few days. Which…
September 4, 2008
DesignDevelopment

Chrome Yo’self, Yo, Like Whoa

Ok, so by now, you must have heard of Google Chrome, and maybe you even checked it out for yourself. Wait, let me start over. What I meant to say is, if you haven't heard of Google Chrome by now, you, like Ninthlinker Matt Stallings, must have been off visiting your mother-in-law for the past week. I mean, yesterday at 8:30am my grandfather left me a voicemail (too early for me to answer the phone) about how I needed to…
September 4, 2008
Development

All The Cool Kids Are Doing It

The Ninthlink delegation to SFOutsideLands has returned, and what a weekend it was. Lets see how many puns I can get... Friday, we did in fact pack like sardines in a crushed tin box (excuse my spelling) for Radiohead. Just us and 75,000 of our closest friends. Saturday, ate lunch at the 21st Amendment brewery, and then we were freefallin with Petty. And by Freefallin, I mean lying down in the back of the crowd. Sunday day time, enjoyed a…
August 26, 2008
DevelopmentMarketing

Caught in the Web : Getting the Attention of the Spider Bots

When it comes to the fine art of Search Engine Optimization (SEO), the team at Ninthlink is always on top of new trends and changes in the digital realm and how people use search engines in today‚Äôs culture. The methods people use to find the things they are interested in knowing about, and interested in buying, is the key to meta tagging and making SEO work best for businesses to enhance an online presence. Here Come the Bots All search…
August 15, 2008