Archive for the 'Free Web Resources' category

Free Blog Header Graphics

Following on from the popular free seamless wood backgrounds post, the next installment in our free web resources series is a grab bag of blog header graphics. Each image is set to an 820×125 pixel ratio. Each one was personally crafted using images from a range of stock image sharing sites.

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Dodo Press or why you might give E-Readers a second chance

If you’re a book lover you will at some point have given some thought to the idea of an E-reader or electronic reading device; if at the very least as a way of tapping into the growing supply of e-books, many of whose print counterparts are simply not available. The book industry remains one of [...]

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Where to find Creative Commons licensed photos that will bring your site to life

If you publish content online and you’re not a photographer then chances are that you will at some point have searched for images to illustrate your work. Finding the right photo to accompany a blog post, a magazine article or a new website is often crucial to the success of the project. They say that [...]

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Free and Open Source Seamless Wood Background Tiles

UDPATE: I’ve transferred these files over to my new blog about WordPress, They are still available to download and they are still free. Just follow the link and get them over there. Thanks for stopping by. After more than a decade of intensive web usage, I’ve accumulated so many resources that I am into [...]

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The OSLiving blog addresses issues of import in a broadly based Open Source context. It is a space for information, opinion and informed debate.

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Sites We Like

SourceForge - one of the longest running portals devoted to housing projects from the Open Source community. A great place to find OSS projects to collaborate on.

Open Source Initiative - the OSI maintains the Open Source Definition and offers a range of information on OSS licensing and standards.

OSALT - a brilliant site devoted to open source alternatives. The site compares quality OSS with its commercial peers.

Got a great OSS link? Let us know.