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January 11, 2008 | Vol 5 Issue 2


In This Issue:

>> TechTip: Frame Crossing, Part I
>> Having a Backup System Used to Be a Luxury, but Today It May Not Be Enough


Feature Article - TechTip
TechTip: Frame Crossing, Part I

Reveal frame secrets to make your Web applications act cooler.

By Jan Jorgensen

I like frames. I know a lot of Web developers will dislike that I say that, and if you don't believe me, go to Google and search for "I hate frames." But I don't care, and I'll tell you why I like them.


When I develop Web applications, I do it in-house. This means that I'm most interested in providing functionality. Normally, I don't use a lot of images, and I don't  use Flash-not because I don't like them but because I consider myself a Web programmer, not a Web designer. What's the difference?


Feature Article - Application Software
Having a Backup System Used to Be a Luxury, but Today It May Not Be Enough
With weather and other threats coming at us from all directions, larger midrange clients appear to be moving toward three-node disaster recovery topologies.

By Chris Smith

Living in a time of war, weather changes, and presidential primaries is not for the faint of heart. The question is not whether your family and house will still be there when you get off work at night. The question is whether your office will be there when you show up for work in the morning!


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