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501: Long Term Information Technology Forecasting
Yogi Berra once said, "Predictions can be tricky, especially when you're talking about the future." And looking forward is certainly more perilous than using our 20-20 hindsight. However, the future of rapidly converging technologies is not so complex and uncertain that a few reasonable speculations can't be discerned. In Connections: Patterns of Discovery, patterns are presented for Moore's Law and it explores the question, "What is the software equivalent of Moore's Law?"

502: Semantic Search Technology
Today, whether you are at your PC or wandering the corporate halls with your PDA, searching the Web has become an essential part of doing business. As a result, commercial search engines have become very lucrative and companies such as Google and Yahoo! have become household names. Semantic search methods could improve traditional results by using, not just words, but concepts and logical relationships.

503: Semantic Web Services
Today, Web Services are self-contained, self-described, component applications that can be published, located, and invoked across the Web. Through the Semantic Web, users and software agents would be able to discover, invoke, compose, and monitor Web resources offering particular services with a high degree of automation. Recent industrial interest in such services and the availability of tools to enable service automation suggests the possibility that fast progress can be made.

504: Web Design Inspiration in and Around Glasgow
Sometimes, a designer needs to look to his or her surrounding environment for inspiration. This article suggests some ideas for where to find inspiration in Glasgow, Scotland UK.

505: A Beginners Guide to Making Money on the Internet With a Neat, Free Website Design Tool
If you have hopes of making money with online marketing, one of the most important things you will need is a website. This article offers valuable information that can help you create your first website. Plus it has information about a great, free web design tool and the address of a site where you can get free website templates.

506: How To Make A Website - Pick A Theme
Making a website can be actually easy if you know where you can make one. Many sites will allow you make one. You can also purchase a website name and set it up but that cost thousands of dollars. The easiest way to set one up is to go to a particular website and set one up. This is how to make a website without much difficulty.

507: How To Make A Website - For Small Business Owners
Whatever it is that you do, there are potential customers out there seeking the sorts of things that you have to offer. No matter what your company does, current and potential customers all expect that you will maintain a website. The modern buyer expects to have the ability to study your business without ever having to do more than get on their computer.

508: Build Your Own Website - How To Easily Join The Online Community
Build your own website to give yourself a professional edge. When you build your own website, you are immediately placing yourself ahead of the crowd. It's not that difficult to build your own website and some of the below given reasons will convince you that designing a website that suits you and your market may lead to increased profits.

509: Website Builder - The Only Tool You Need
The majority of website builders are proprietary tools provided by web hosting companies who assist people who want to create their own websites without having to learn the technical aspects of web page production. A person who wants to utilize the website builder generally signs up with the company and chooses the design best suited to his or her objective.

510: Website Templates - Quick And Easy
One of the least expensive ways to start a professional looking website quickly is by using website templates. These templates usually come as ready-made complete sites, designed by a group of graphic designers and web developers but sold at only one fifth of the market price.

511: Build a Kid Friendly Web Site, Part One
Web sites are one of the most valuable publicity tools for an author today. But when you're putting yours together there are a few tips you want to think about especially if you write fiction for kids.

512: Build a Kid Friendly Web Site, Part Two
In Part One, we covered the essentials of building a kid friendly web site. This article will provide you with some more information to ponder as you put together a web site kids will flock to.

513: Going Global Online
With current economic pressures and a weak U.S. Dollar, more businesses (of all sizes) are expanding to offer their products and services internationally. Only 20% of all Internet users are in North America, and the weak U.S. Dollar turns American goods into affordable "Blue Light Specials" to international buyers. Now is the perfect time to go global online.

514: How To Build A Squeeze Page That Works!
If you're building a list, then the squeeze page is the place where the rubber hits the road! Read this article to find out how to build a squeeze page that virtually insures visitors opt-in to your list.

515: Squeeze Pages That Work!
The squeeze page is the single most important element in the list builder's tool box. Read this article to learn how to make your squeeze page work!

516: What Are the Earmarks of a Web 2.0 Application?
While not yet widely recognized as a whole new approach to the World Wide Web, proponents of the concept of Web 2.0 do often cite specific characteristics of this second generation of the online phenomenon. Here are some of the traits that are generally understood to indicate the presence of a Web 2.0 application.

517: What Are Some Examples of Web 2.0 Applications?
Proponents of Web 2.0 are very clear that this concept is not something that will come to pass in the future, but is a phenomenon that is already among us. To that end, supporters of the concept of Web 2.0 readily point to online sites and applications that already employ factors that are understood to define this second generation of web use. Here are some commonly cited examples of Web 2.0 applications for you to consider.

518: What Are Some Elements that Go Into Web 2.0 Design?
Since the emergence of discussions about the concept of Web 2.0 over the last few years, there has been some degree of debate about what fits neatly into the overall idea of a Web 2.0 design. Here are some general suggestions that have been presented as being essential to the design of a web application if it is truly to be considered part of the Web 2.0 phenomenon.

519: Designing Web 2.0 Software
If you want to enter the business of designing software applications that fit into the Web 2.0 model, the good news is there is a real market for this sort of thing. In fact, there is always room for making use of existing Internet capabilities and enhancing older methods of use or designing new ones that speak to the inherent strengths of the Internet. There are a few basic tips you should keep in mind that will help provide you with food for thought. Here are a few basic ideas to get you started.

520: The Evolving Nature of Web 2.0 Technology
Part of the charm of Web 2.0 technology is that it is constantly getting a little more innovative while continuing to be user friendly. This should come as no surprise, as one of the basic premises of Web 2.0 is that any applications developed will seek to make the best use of the inherent powers and abilities of the Internet. It is this type of forward thinking that is helping to make the concept of Web 2.0 make more sense to a greater number of people.

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