Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for March 11

Give Meaning to Technology With Stories | Simplicity Rules

Adam DuVander writes “Other Open Source projects could stand to learn from this. Heck, so could any technology that requires documentation. This stuff isn’t just for marketers.”

(tags: simplicity insight portland oregon adamduvander)

Five Simple Ways to Improve an AboutUs Page: Part II

Via AboutUs “Yesterday in Part I of our series on five ways to improve an AboutUs page, we gave a tutorial on how to add a Summary. The next step is just as easy.”

(tags: howto aboutus portland oregon tips wiki information)

Waxy.org at SXSW Interactive 2009

Andy Baio writes “So I’m making my yearly pilgrimage to Austin for SXSW Interactive again this year. No crazy Worst Website Ever antics this time, but I will be speaking at a couple events, if you want to get together.”

(tags: portland oregon andybaio sxsw waxy)

Webdesktop now open source

Via Steven Frank “In 2002, I wrote a very simple program that would overlay a WebKit browser over your desktop. I haven’t worked on it in a very long time, and occasionally I get emails asking what happened to it. So, here it is, if you’re still using it and have an itch to scratch!”

(tags: portland oregon stevenf stevenfrank mac code opensource cocoa)

RPX WordPress Plugin Now Available

Via JanRain “We have just released the first version of our RPX plugin for WordPress. The plugin adds RPX based authentication to WordPress user accounts, as well as for blog commenters.”

(tags: portland oregon openid janrain rpx wordpress plugins)

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