By Alexander Muse on February 24, 2009
This afternoon I heard a pitch from a team of three co-founders who have developed a very cool device sold through stores like Sears and Home Depot. The three engineers developed the device a couple of years ago as they held down regular day jobs. Device sales have been growing steadily and it looks like they will each earn a $100,000 this year as a result. Next year they might earn more than $200,000 if the device continues to sell. Everything sounds great, right?
By adamwulf on February 24, 2009
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By liam on February 23, 2009
We’ve been working hard to create these beautiful icons exclusively for GraphicRiver. They are a great addition if you already have our free icon set, they are done in a similar style and could be used together. The new icons are a lot more refined and clean, with a lot more new icons that may have been missing from the first set. Check them out and let us know what you think.
By Vitaly Friedman & Sven Lennartz on February 23, 2009
We love our readers. We respect the hard work of designers and developers across the globe. And we do our best to make the web design community stronger and the Web a little bit prettier. Therefore we ask talented artists and creative professionals to showcase their skills and release something unique and beautiful as a gift to the community. And when designers agree, truly impressive works see the light of day.
By John Resig on February 23, 2009
With jQuery 1.3.2 out the door I’ve been looking for more ways to profile and optimize jQuery.
Previously I did a survey of jQuery-using sites to figure out which selectors they were using. This led to the construction of the new Sizzle Selector Engine which targeted those selectors for improvement.
By Michael Gray on February 23, 2009
Using Adsense on your blog usually isn’t the most profitable way to monetize it, but it is fairly quick and easy, which makes it a popular choice for many website owners. Last week I moved one of my commercial blogs to Thesis, and was reminded of the importance of using section targeting on your blog.
By Jeff Bussgang on February 23, 2009
I love Thomas Friedman. I was first exposed to him when he was the NY Times Jerusalem bureau chief and wrote a terrific book on the Middle East, From Beirut To Jerusalem. Since then, he's become more famous and influential in economic matters through his book, The World is Flat.