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October 1, 2010  6:48 PM

Two easy ways to build static websites (or not so static)



Posted by: Roger King
blogs, dynamic websites, Freeway, MySQL, static websites, website development, WordPress

This blog is devoted (mostly) to cutting edge Web and media technology.  Today and in the next posting, we will look at two website development tools that I have found surprisingly powerful, given their simplicity and elegance.

One of them is WordPress, which can be run on Macs, WIndows...

April 13, 2010  5:57 PM

The Challenge of Complex Media in a Relational World, Part 1



Posted by: Roger King
blob data, continuous data, databases, Multimedia, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL, SQL Server, tagging, Video

Relational databases: the dominant technology. Relational database management systems, such as MySQL, Oracle, MS SQL Server, DB2, and Postgresql, support the relational model. A database is broken up into tables, and each table consists of rows. Each row is a series of values. ...


October 11, 2009  11:07 PM

Making information management scale: leveraging metadata on the new Web



Posted by: Roger King
3D modeling, automating Web searches, databases, DB2, information, Multimedia, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, RDF, Semantic Web, Video, Web 3.0, Web development frameworks, Web3.0

Previous postings of this blog. This blog is dedicated to advanced Web development tools and concepts. Previous blog postings have focused on the emerging


May 11, 2009  3:07 AM

The Semantic Web: revealing hidden data.



Posted by: Roger King
databases, DB2, dynamic pages, hidden web content, indexing, MySQL, namespaces, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, static pages, the Semantic Web, triples

The Hidden Web.

The Semantic Web - a primary topic of this continuing blog series - will help us search the web with greater ease. One of...


April 2, 2009  5:59 AM

Full Text searching: cleaver heuristics for managing large web-based document collections.



Posted by: Roger King
databases, documents, full text, full text searching, Multimedia, MySQL, SMIL, SQL Server, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web applications, XML

There is an explosion of technology for supporting sophisticated forms of media on websites and in web applications. In our continuing series on


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