Also, Brad attends Museums and the Web 2008 in Montreal, Canada, and interviews Web usability gurus Michael Twidale, associate professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Graduate School of Library and Information Science, and Paul Marty, associate professor at Florida State University's College of Information.
Use the following handy-dandy links to follow along with the episode:
SQL Injections - Some information about SQL injections: What are they? How do I fix it? How do I prevent them?
Paul Marty's Usability Info - A great place to start your research on simple, affordable Web usability testing.
Don't Make Me Think - A great book about Web site usability.
Cool Sites of the Episode
Jason: weatherbonk.com - Personalized weather and traffic information.
Brad: WordPress.com and WordPress.org - A great blogging platform that can also be used as a content management system. We've talked about it before, but Brad thought it was worth a mention, as the new Technology in the Arts site is built entirely in WordPress.
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