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Upgrade your print stylesheets

By using the ‘print’ media type with the @media at-rule we can provide some special CSS declarations for when someone prints out your website.

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Making Every Moment Count

This morning, I opened up my New York Times where, amidst coverage of President Ford's funeral, was a front page story about a construction worker and

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Happy New Year! Now Give Me Your Wallet.

What a drag.

Still, it was sort of exhilarating.

Tonight was my one year anniversary of moving to Washington. I spent it at some friends' house

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Holiday Done Ditto-Style

It was kind of hard to believe that the time had rolled around for the third annual EchoDitto Holiday Dinner; hard to believe that much time has gone by. But calendars don't lie, so there must be some truth to the saying, "Time flies when you're having fun," because we are having fun.

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You said it, Vilsack!

Was just catching up on last night's Daily Show and heard Tom Vilsack sneak in a plug for his website at the very end of his appearance.

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RootsCampDC: A WikiConference

Michael and I attended RootsCampDC this weekend. It was an amazing conference with an equally exciting vibe. The attendees were all remarkable people with great stories and experiences to share.

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NOI/RootsCamp modeling good organizing (of course!)

I shouldn't be surprised, but I can't help but be impressed with how we heard back from the RootsCamp DC organizers only moments after signing-on as sponsors. It wasn't just the typical 'thank you' that you might expect.

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Back to the Blogs

The hype surrounding social networking and video websites has somehow done the unthinkable: it has eclipsed the amount of media coverage on blogs.

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E-lection '06: Our first peek at networked politics

It's amazing how urgently everyone tries to come out with their What-It-All-Means-For-The -Future-of-Technology -and-Politics-and-The-World post-election analyses... Mannnnn, we were all too busy celebrating to provide anyone with coherent commentary!

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Pearl Harbor Survivors Veterans Day Webcast

On September 8, 2006, we launched the Pearl Harbor Survivors Project, an interactive website that seeks to document and honor those who survived the events of December 7, 1941.

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You've seen YouTube, but have you seen BrightCove?

I’ve been down on YouTube lately. As the popularity of the site grows and as more video is added to the site, the harder it is to find the video that I’m looking for. Try typing in lonelygirl15 into YouTube’s search.

I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: http://endofbig.com