Monthly Archives: March 2016

Differences in Processing Data in Client/Server vs. Web-Based Applications

This article was written many years ago, before AJAX became a buzzword and any of the JavaScript libraries such as Prototype, jQuery or Mootools had sprung up. Originally, this was an email that I sent to some co-workers, explaining to them why (at the time) we couldn't make our web app work like a

Alphabet Soup: A Web Designer’s Journey to Standards and Accessibility

by Randal Rust, R.Squared Communications This article is a companion piece to a presentation given to the Central Ohio Macromedia User Group on Wednesday, March 20th, 2002. I was first exposed to computer programming when I was in the sixth grade. I attended a Saturday-morning class that taught BASIC. I hated it. I have always

Old News

This is all of the old news that we had on our website prior to the relaunch. American History Central Under Development The development of American History Central is underway. The site will provide links and information on state and local museums, historical societies, and historic locations. The site will provide a search engine that

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