Written by:2010/03/27 11:07 AM
Welcome to the March 27, 2010 edition of web developers.
bskinner presents Use PHP to build your own Twitter-like system on your site posted at Bill Skinner.com.
bskinner presents Twitter like textarea form and character count posted at Bill Skinner.com.
Peter Frauenglass presents NeoVictorian Programming | Three West Winds posted at Three West Winds, saying, "Perhaps more useful for the other post I linked to than my own content, it's nonetheless an important part of my view on how we need to go about our business."
Madeleine Begun Kane presents Feed Needs posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.
Tisha Dotson presents 10 Famous Literary Characters and the Real People Who Inspired Them posted at Online Colleges.net.
Webscension presents The future of web design posted at Webscension Blog.
Jerry Rogers presents How Twitter in the Classroom is Boosting Student Engagement posted at iLibrarian.
Shakira Dawn presents 5 Excellent iPhone Apps for New Moms posted at Online RN to MSN Programs, saying, "Here is a list of five excellent iPhone apps for new moms that will surely help them lighten their workload, and bring a smile to their faces."
Arati Mishra55 presents Top 50 Pro Athletes on Twitter Worth Following posted at sports management, saying, "The top 50 pro athletes listed were based upon their Twitter popularity, but the number of the most popular sports is limited to ten, and baseball and tennis are combined for a total of five Twitter users in those two sports."
Mia Taylor presents Top 100 Engineers on Twitter posted at Top Online Engineering Degree, saying, "The top 100 engineers on Twitter, including full time, those leaning towards the science aspect, and even engineering students, along with other resources."
Heather Sanders presents The Educator’s Guide to Using Google Buzz posted at The .Edu Toolbox, saying, "One of the latest social media applications that has been getting a great deal of buzz is…Google’s Buzz."
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