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[6 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

I am from the land of milk, hay, and sounds of life.
With the smells of butter, and home cook meals for that day.
Being able to look at the sunset, and hear the sounds
of a train, and that soon to come thunderstorm.

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[5 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]
Build Your Own ASP.net Website Using C# & VB.net Review

In this book you are taught the various aspects of using/coding/implementing asp based applications. This book goes into detail on how to set up and install your own ASP server on your computer, or if you already have windows based hosting then you have ASP already and you can begin building asp applications or websites.

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[5 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]
Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach To Web Usability, 2nd Edition Review

This book is very useful for beginning web designers and web developers as it helps make you a better designer and how to create stylish and effective designs that have easy website navigation and easy on the eyes.

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[5 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]
Quickstart Guide To Photoshop CS3 Review

Just like the other Visual Quickstart Guides, this book goes over the basics for Photoshop CS3, and teaches you how to use Photoshop and give you a basic understanding on how Photoshop works as well. Very easy to understand as they give these mini tutorials in each section that they cover, such as filters, brushes, layers, layer effects and gradients to name a few.

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[5 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

If you have read the QuickStart guide to HTML, XHTML & CSS 6th edition, the concept is the same as you will learn how to begin to code in JavaScript and in AJAX with the help of mini tutorials and also being able to download these fully functional scripts from the companion website as well. This book also includes every single JavaScript function as well in the form of a flowchart in order for a JavaScript coder to understand how to write effective JavaScript and AJAX code.

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[5 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

HTML, XHTML & CSS then this book is a must as this book will teach you how to build basic websites and learn what each tag does and how and where to use it. When you finish this book you will have saved yourself a whole bunch of time trying to learn from tutorials and other websites as you will be able to build a fully functional website in no time. Also what is best with this book as it comes with a companion website in which you can download …

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[5 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Even though this book covered the basics of ActionScript 3.0, I felt that this book is above a beginner’s level in programming for ActionScript. The reason I say that is that this book guide you through building a prebuilt set of scripts. Which is all fine and dandy, but for someone who has a hard time trying to learn programming languages to be able to code from scratch. I want to be able to learn of which I attempted to do so before my computer crashed on me and lost …

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[5 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

If you’re a web design both beginner and advance and have a hard time remembering all the various html tags, then this book is for you as Ian Lloyd covers every tag from html 1 to XHTML. Each tag is broken down about what is is supposed to do and gives you an example of what it looks like and what other HTML’s can be used with that tag as well. This book also provides DOCTYPES which includes the early version of html up to the current XHTML. So I …