November 30, 2010

Resources for using microformats and structured data

by Deltina Hay

We set out in this series discussing how the Semantic Web relies upon markup languages that tag Web content so it is easier for machines to interpret. This can be accomplished in a number of ways including tagging content as structured data or linked data. The last article in this series provided an introduction to marking up your content as … Continue reading

March 8, 2010

End of the resume, rise of the super user

by David Spark

View more presentations from David Spark. Or see presentation on SlideShare. Whether you’re looking to get hired, or you’re looking for A+ talent, you want to be seen as or want to be looking for super users. This 14-minute live presentation was given at the Dice event at The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. In the presentation I … Continue reading

February 27, 2009

Sites, tools and tips for saving money

by David Spark

The economy is hitting everyone hard. And while we all fight for money, often chasing the same dollars, there’s one thing we can all collaborate on, and that’s saving money. Here are a few recommended sites, tools, and tips for saving money. Be a gourmet for a budget: While the top site for recipes is epicurious, some blogs are going … Continue reading