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Taylor's Dynamic HTML Tutorial - Day 2
10 Mar 1998 Taylor digs into dynamic HTML, showing you the basics of using CSS-P to lay out your pages. He even looks at the elusive z-index.

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Taylor's Dynamic HTML Tutorial - Day 1
9 Mar 1998 Dynamic HTML is how Netscape's and Microsoft's 4.0 browsers are pushing the Web to new limits. In the first of five parts, Taylor looks at what dHTML is all about and what skills you need to code for it.
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Netscape Bares All!
2 Mar 1998 Are Netscape's plans to release its Navigator source code a game-winning play? Jeffrey takes a look.

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Tune Up Your Browser

Learn HTML in Minutes

Web workers of the world unite!

Master Web Development at the Seybold/Wired Web Publisher Conference,
March 16 to 20 in New York City.

Web Development Tutorials will be powered by Webmonkey.
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Bringing Sound Into the PC Foreground
12:50 PST, 9 March 98 "Sonification," which evolved from one of the first forms of computer music, may one day allow us to monitor data flows with our ears - a stock's rise or fall or an increase in temperature at a chemical plant, for example.

Your Thoughts: A Permanent Public Record
10:50 PST, 9 March 98 Deja News has become one of the most popular sites on the Web by making newsgroups permanent and searchable. But what's that doing to the conversations on Usenet?

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