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Exploring Ruby on Rails

A discussion about the Rails framework, how to build with it and the benefits of Ruby. more>>

Performers Go Web

With UpStage, the next theater is only a mouse click away. more>>

A Temporary Internet Lounge Revisited

How to set up an Internet lounge using Knoppix 3.7; plus, practical suggestions for building your lounge. more>>

At the Forge - Bloglines Web Services, Continued

Although some Web community sites get evil and lock in the users, Bloglines takes an open approach and lets you point your own scripts at its Web services API. Drop in and catch up with your favorite blogs. more>>

A Database-Driven Web Application in 18 Lines of Code

From zero to Web-based database application in eight easy steps. more>>

Geotagging Web Pages and RSS Feeds

Providing geographic metadata in Web sites and syndicated feeds can provide users with the ability to search easily for services and articles based on location and proximity. more>>

A Temporary Internet Lounge

When you need an Internet access area at an event, do some advance preparation to create a custom Linux load so everything goes smoothly on the big day. more>>

At the Forge: Bloglines Web Services

More and more Web sites are offering machine-friendly versions of their services. Here's an example of a simple but useful service—updates on new Web site content. more>>

Geolocation by IP Address

Determining geographic locations based on Internet IP offers localization services and brings together user communities without the need for GPS receivers or complicated configuration switching. more>>
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