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Amazon Reduces S3 Storage Prices


Amazon has reduced prices of their Simple Storage Service aka S3. I use Amazon S3 to store all the CSS files, external scripts, web images and the site performance has improved since then because outsourcing to S3 puts less load on the Apache...
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For Internet Companies, Profits Are Inversely Prop


Internet companies are slowly beginning to realize that more eyeballs don't necessarily translate into more advertising dollars and what really matters is the location of these...
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Adaptive Path is Growing


Adaptive Path is growing! As some of you may know, AP recently opened a new branch in Austin, TX. This summer, I got the chance to work in both the San Francisco and Austin offices, and it was definitely a unique experience....
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Salesforce and Facebook: Connecting


We loved today's virtual bear hug between Marc Benioff of Salesforce.com and Sheryl Sandburg of Facebook at Dreamforce. It reminded us of the embrace between Marc and Eric Schmidt of Google back in April, for a couple of reasons:...
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Make it Simple, Fun and Relevant - Part 2


Last week we discussed the three pillars on which we build our user experience. In addition to those three pillars, there are eight guidelines that we follow to ensure that our user interface is fun, simple, easy to use, and relevant to the enduser....
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Amazon and Pownce Shut Down APIs


Amazon has announced that they will no longer be supporting the Alexa Web Search API. This web service has been in operation since December 2005 and offered developers access to Alexa's underlying search engine. Note, this search API is different...
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