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TechRepublic Member | August 30, 2011
Be open-minded about users' browser choices
Justin James encourages his fellow developers to resist the temptation to not support or test their site on a particular browser. Read more
Resource of the day
Protect Your Business by Protecting Your Customers
Consumers are pickier than ever about who they give their information to online. Read this white paper to learn how SSL security can make your site more secure and help you gain the trust of your customers.
Additional TechRepublic resources
Quad-core Windows 8 tablets could come to developers this fall
A new report suggests that Microsoft is close to having a build of Windows 8 running on quad-core tablet hardware, and it may soon give away units to developers. Read more
Lodsys targets app developers over patent infringement claims
This is a survival guide for app developers who are in the midst of the Lodsys patent war. Read more
Quick tip: Example markup for blog posts with HTML5
Ryan Boudreaux describes the role of HTML5 elements that are most pertinent to creating blog posts. Read more
10 tips for avoiding IT burnout
If your job is driving you to the breaking point, it's time to look at a few ways to ease the stress. Here are some strategies to help you prevent a bad case of burnout. Read more
Geek Gifts 2011: UltraFit Anti-Burst Stability Ball from Gopher
The UltraFit Anti-Burst Stability Ball can be a good choice for a desktop chair, but be sure to select the correct size. Read more
The five worst Star Trek episodes of all time
More than a few of Kirk and Spock's original voyages were (ahem) less than stellar. We round out the bottom five for your reading...pleasure? Read more
Firefox 6, a first look (Gallery)
Firefox 6 is better than Firefox 5, but it doesn't compare all that well with Chrome 13 or Internet Explorer 9. View on site
Sci-fi tech as prior art (photos)
In its legal spat with Apple, Samsung last week cited movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" as proof the design of tablets existed long before the iPad. CNET takes a look at similar tech ideas that came before the actual product. View on site
Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO
Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO, Tim Cook takes the reins
Five ways Apple will never be the same without Jobs as CEO
Steve Jobs: 10 historic achievements
The Steve Jobs era is over: Reaction and a poll
Steve Jobs at Apple: A retrospective (gallery)
Steve Jobs retrospective (video)
Apple's Steve Jobs: In his own words (video)
Today's recommended downloads
Why Renew? (IBM)
Driving The Business of Information (IBM)
Cloud Security Demo (Symantec)
Keep Lotus Working for You (IBM)
Demo: IBM InfoSphere Information Server (IBM)
Social coding -- the next wave in development
Why programmers should study the art of programming
Form a learning plan for an HTML5 future
Manage your inbox with free tools to snooze your Gmail
What certain emails need is a snooze function that works like your alarm clock, just with a bigger time frame and wider eyes. Kevin Purdy introduces you to the tools you need to make it work.
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