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nukeevangelist writes:  
...Finally back again - after some weeks ;-)

Here some news bout ubuntu 8.10 and openSUSE 11.0 - get your copy today: start with linux

ubuntu.com get 8.10
opensuse.org get openSUSE 11


Photoshop Tutorials are loaded More about

Posted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 @ 11:37:58 CEST in Announcements
by Raven

nextgen writes:  
Good morning my friends. I have added a ton of Photoshop tutorials to the site to help you with the more common tasks that any webmaster faces on a daily basis. Stop on over and start using your creative side to improve your sites look and feel. http://www.totallynukedmods.net If you need a tutorial and do not see it on the site just let me know and i will get the one you need.


Game over? Micro$oft, Nokia adopt jQuery More about

Posted on Friday, October 03, 2008 @ 15:32:21 CEST in Announcements
by Raven

kguske writes:  
Microsoft and Nokia announced support for the jQuery JavaScript library. jQuery will be included in future versions of VisualStudio - unmodified - and the jQuery development tool will retain control of development. Read More...

Raven: Well, it remains t be seen as to whether M$ will follow through. My most favorite operating system, ever, was O/S2. It did and would have continued to envelop window$ and when M$ saw what was happening they suddenly decided that the Big Blue alliance wasn't such a good idea.

It is worthy of mentioning that RavenNuke™ v2.3 is now using jQuery and we have already adopted jQuery as a standard in v2.4, along with PHP5.x. At least we saw the light before M$ :lol:


MySpace to support OpenID (sort of)... is RavenNuke next? More about

Posted on Wednesday, July 23, 2008 @ 01:25:38 CEST in Announcements
by Raven

kguske writes:  
MySpace announced support for the OpenID identify platform today, joining AOL, Blogger, LiveJournal, Plaxo, WordPress and Yahoo. However, the company said it only plans to allow OpenIDs created via MySpace to access the service, and currently has no firm plans to allow users to login to the service with OpenIDs from other sources, though this could happen. Some see this one-sided acceptance as a land grab.

MySpace, along with eBay and Yahoo, is also participating in the Data Availability program, and Jim Benedetto, MySpace VP Technology, sees the two efforts (Data Availability and OpenID) merging with MySpace becoming a hub of identity.

There has been some discussion about RavenNuke™ support for accepting OpenID authentication. Would this benefit your site?

nukeevangelist writes:  
[click all] opensuse.org

Travel over to opensuse.org get the newest code. BTW see also the new Ubuntu 8.04


FireFox 3.0-worldwide release: get your copy today and see whats new More about

Posted on Wednesday, June 25, 2008 @ 02:20:53 CEST in Announcements
by Raven

nukeevangelist writes:  
Travel over to mozilla.org
Looking for Firefox or Thunderbird? You'll find them and a whole lot more

get your copy today and see whats new

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