By Chris Cardinal on December 18th, 2012
We examine if you should switch to Square’s new monthly payment.
Google releases their new Nexus One phone and we look at some of the problems with the subsidized price and their checkout process.
TweetNotebook prints notebooks filled with the wisdom of your tweets, right in the footer.
Google announced their Speed Tracer profiling tool to allow developers to better analyze performance problems in their web applications.
Google is switching to a new query system that’s breaking keyword tracking in almost every analytics tool.
Amazon explains what caused their S3 outage last week.
Amazon S3 is down so we take a look at the cloud and what it means when your customer sees your site go down and it’s really, truly not your fault.
John Resig announces the creation of the Firebug Working Group, and that he’ll be spending 50% of his Mozilla time on Firebug development.
We look at how open source can help government operate more efficiently, more effectively and more accurately.