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A little more abstract than you're used to seeing from me but I'm in an abstract mood.


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Essentially, quantum cryptography is based on the usage of individual particles/waves of light (photon) and their intrinsic quantum properties to develop an unbreakable cryptosystem.,,sid14_gci284...


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FAQ: What is telemedicine technology, and how can it save money?

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What can I say ... Two weeks on a bus, touring the West Coast with eight other guys, then a week in San Francisco immediately after. I love my job, but I was baked. Then came an opportunity for an appointment in Orlando, FL. It didn't take long to turn around and ask Marna if she wanted to take Paige to Disney. It's earlier than we anticipated, but a family vacation was long overdue.


We made our way to Orlando on Monday. We couldn't get three seats together, but were hoping Paige would sleep the almost four hour flight away. Amazingly, she stayed awake the entire time, but she was also on her best behavior. It was almost as though she knew that she needed to be good. Well, either that, or the threat of not going to see Cinderella's castle (smile).


We're staying at the Caribe Royale, which is a hotel Marna visit on a business trip a long time ago. She remembered that they had suites, and that the pool was really cool. Although the room is a little smallish, there a 24-hour on-premises cafe that is great. True to Marna's history of having a vice-like mind, the pool was great! It has a bunch of waterfalls, lots of space, and a fun water slide that's just perfect for Paige and Dad.


The current schedule is to visit Disney's Magic Kingdom on Wednesday, SeaWorld on Thursday, and Orlando's Science Center on Friday. We haven't quite yet figured out Saturday, which may simply be a day to relax. We return back home on Sunday. I've got a week in the office, and then the bus tour picks up again in Atlanta.

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In Toronto for TechTarget speaking engagement.

The Claire House Children’s Hospice team wants to reach every child and family that needs its support across the north-west of England, and has revamped its digital infrastructure to help it achieve this goal.


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If you know me, you know that I travel a lot for work. And it is just that - work. Only on a very rare occasion do I actually get to enjoy any of the sights and culture of my destinations.


As an example, the very first interview for the very first position that started this whole travel career path took place in Boston, MA. One of the common tours in Boston (and many other cities) is called a Duck Tour. While I've been to Boston probably nearly a hundred times in the past decade, I've never been on a Duck Tour.


By comparison, I was in Boston for a sales conference once, and I brought Marna along. She went on a Duck Tour with one of the other wives.


Recently I was back in Boston for another conference, The Ajax Experience. I've presented at this conference every time it has taken place. I was fortunate enough to be there with one of my Adobe colleagues, Paul Burnett. During the duration of the conference it was work as usual, but the last day ended early for us, so Paul and I went on a Duck Tour.


By now you may be asking yourself - what is a Duck? Well, ducks are small aquatic birds. Oh, wait, a duck (DUKW) in the case is a six wheel-drive amphibious truck designed by General Motors for use in World War II. Now retrofitted for tourism they can take you around the city to get a quick view of the notable landmarks. Since they are amphibious, these tours generally also include a unique look at the city from surrounding bodies of water.


In the case of the Boston Duck Tour, we took a 90-minute tour hosted by our driver, Ace Bandage, who gave a rundown of many of the historical landmarks of Boston. The colorful patter included everything from active movie filming sets, to building history, to historical legends like Paul Revere. It was a really nice tour, and I look forward to trying them in other cities.

Last week I went to San Francisco to work at The Ajax Experience conference, which took place at the Grand Hyatt hotel just off Union Square. The Adobe presence at the show for the most part was a table/booth where I was staffed to answer questions. I'm pleased that the traffic was steady, and to find that many Ajax developers were still keeping an open mind about our products.


I got to have lunch with Steven Yen, who's the author of the JavaScript framework called Junction. The Junction framework can be boiled down to "JavaScript on Rails" and is based off the Ruby on Rails (RoR) server framework. Among the more advanced features of the framework are client data synchronization with a server based on Java and Rhino.


I gave a presentation on "Taking Your Web Development Skills to the Desktop with Adobe AIR" which was well attended. The conference overall was probably around 400, and I had about sixty (60) attendees, even though the session was up against three others, including one from John Resig, creator of the jQuery framework. The audience asked great questions, and the presentation was a big success.


Kevin Lynch gave the Friday keynote where he gave a talk around some of the challenges facing the web today. Among those included rich media, where he introduced the new FAVideo component developed by Grant Skinner for Adobe. I had the chance to provide feedback on the component and guide some of the API's so I feel somewhat attached to it. The presentation on the whole was well received, with attendees telling me afterwards that the message "hit the ball out of the park."


As if that wasn't enough, Friday night I attended and presented at Flex Camp. The event was run by Mike Potter and resulted in around 300 attendees. "Camp" events are more an open forum than a traditional conference. Mike (and team) did a great job of getting the right atmosphere. My favorite give-away was the "Flex Camp" beer mug. My session introduced Flex developers to AIR, and despite some technical hiccups along the way, the topic was well received.

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Steve works at Google on web performance and open source initiatives. His book, High Performance Web Sites, explains his best practices for performance; it reached the top of the Amazon computer and Internet bestseller list.


His follow-up book, Even Faster Web Sites, provides performance tips for today's Web 2.0 applications.


Steve is the creator of YSlow, the performance analysis extension to Firebug, with over 1.7 million downloads. He also created Cuzillion, SpriteMe, and Browserscope.


He serves as co-chair of Velocity, the web performance and operations conference from O'Reilly, and is co-founder of the Firebug Working Group. He taught CS193H: High Performance Web Sites at Stanford, and frequently speaks at conferences including OSCON, The Ajax Experience, SXSW,

and Web 2.0 Expo.


Steve Souders is speaking at the Web Optimization Summit, the Online Web Optimization Conference


Today, I went to H & R Block to have my tax returns prepared, and was introduced to Watson: "Watson is an IBM supercomputer that combines artificial intelligence (AI) and sophisticated analytical software for optimal performance as a 'question answering' machine. The supercomputer is named for IBM's founder, Thomas J. Watson." -

It was last week of March 2009 and we went for a day long team outing to a resort Club Cabana, near to new Bangalore Airport. It was a much needed break for the team (Tech Target Website Rearchitecure team)

Modern society is all about #mobile #applications. That's why it's critical to prioritize websites that have the ability to load rapidly. Slow pages can be endlessly frustrating to users, after all. Slow pages are more problematic than that, too. That's because they can also lead to revenue drops. They can in some cases even encourage early exits from websites.


People these days anticipate mobile websites that are just as speedy and efficient as classic desktop websites are. is an e-commerce powerhouse that indicates that slight delays can contribute to massive yearly revenue drops.


AMPs (Accelerated Mobile Pages) are swiftly gaining traction. People everywhere are beginning to look to these kinds of pages for guidance in the website speed department. With the assistance of pre-renders, AMPs have the ability to load anywhere between 15 and 80 percent more quickly than normal mobile pages do. Speed doesn't interfere at all with the efficiency and reliability they bring to the table, either.


The convenience of AMP use can often differ based on specific #CMS (Content Management System) factors. If you want to figure out whether or not AMP is a good path for you, you can employ #Wordpress as a helpful test setting. Wordpress can give you early insight regarding the appearance of your potential AMP website.


If you're looking to start testing the AMP realm, there are numerous things you can do. You can begin by installing plugins for AMP. Once the installation process is finished, you can activate any and all plugins. You can follow these things by getting Google Analytics ready to go. This will prepare your website for tracking functions.


Put together all the settings for your plugins. The right settings enable users to individualize the appearances of their #AMP pages. If you want your AMP page to have a custom style, this is vital. Configuration can also give users access to in-depth AMP support.


It's 100 percent critical to try out AMP arrangements. You can do this once you've made your URLs. It's essential to see to it that your URLs are functioning correctly according to SEO parameters. If your URLs are problematic for any reason, search engines will not place them in search results. People can test out URLs in a handful of different ways. They can select one or two websites to conduct AMP tests. They can even take the Developer Console path. Developer Console can be beneficial to people who rely on Google Chrome for all of their browser needs.


AMP URL indexation is essential, no two ways about it. After you're through with all testing processes, you need to send your vital AMP #URLs in to secure indexation. Take a look at Google #Search-Console, too. This is an imperative step for people who want to be able to successfully pinpoint any potential issues that could pop up.


It's vital, last but not least, to then perform comprehensive page speed tests. Put your basic and AMP pages into a convenient website speed evaluation device. WebPageTest is a good example. This tool makes it easy for people to figure out how fast or how slow their websites may be. Once you've successfully assessed the speed of your page, you're then totally ready to begin your exciting AMP journey. Remember, a website that loads swiftly can mean everything these days. You can read more about using AMP more effectively in SEO by checking out MArketing companies in Indianapolis



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