| Added on Wednesday, June 07, 2006|
|Authorize.Net provides Internet Protocol (IP) payment gateway services that enable merchants to authorize, settle and manage credit card or electronic check transactions anytime, anywhere.|
|ECommerceGuide: eBiz FAQ|
|You have the great idea, you have the enthusiasm, you even have the money to get started, but you still have more questions than answers when it comes to starting and sustaining your e-commerce site. To help address the issues all e-businesses face, we've compiled this list of frequently asked questions. We'll continue to add to the listing, so keep FAQ checking.|
|ECommerceGuide: eBiz FAQ: How can I accept online payments?|
|You can't sell online if you can't take various forms of payment. Learn about the many ways you can incorporate PayPal, credit card processing and other methods of financial transactions on your e-commerce site.|
|Open Networks Today|
|Networking news moves at a fast pace, and Open Networks Today lets you keep up with it. Open Networks Today offers its readers the ability to control how news is presented through customizing content filters, discussions, and news feed links.|
|You're It! A Blog on Tagging|
|Provides news and resources for the online tagging community.|
|Micro Persuasion Blog|
|Tagging is powerful because consumers are creating an organizational structure for online content. Folksonomies not only enable people to file away content under tags, but more importantly also share it with others by filing it under a global taxonomy that they created.|
|Using Technorati Tags|
|Think of a tag as a simple category name. People can categorize their posts, photos, and links with any tag that makes sense.
|How postback works in ASP.NET|
|In this article, xefteri.com will take a closer look at how ASP.NET pages post back to themselves, and how to customize this feature in web applications.
|Processing Postback Data|
|For a control to be able to examine form data that is posted back by the client, it must implement the System.Web.UI.IPostBackDataHandler interface. The contract of this interface allows a control to determine whether its state should be altered as a result of the postback and to raise appropriate events. The IPostBackDataHandler interface contains two methods.|
| Added on Tuesday, June 06, 2006|
|Association of Shareware Professionals|
|The official Web site for the Association of Shareware Professionals.|
|SyncML Technical Section|
|The SyncML initiative recently consolidated into the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), contributing their technical work to the OMA technical Working Groups: Device Management Working Group and Data Synchronization Working Group.|
|OMA Data Synchronization|
|The Open Mobile Alliance Data Synchronization V1.1.2 specifications are based on the SyncML Initiative v1.1.1 Data Synchronization specifications and make use of the OMA SyncML Common v1.1.2 specifications as specified in the OMA SyncML Common specifications Enabler Release Definition (ELREDSC).|
|PracticallyNetworked.com: Better Living Through the Remote Desktop|
|Windows XP Professional's Remote Desktop feature allows you to see and control your office PC as though you were sitting directly in front of it. You may never have to leave home again.|
| Added on Thursday, June 01, 2006|
|Intelligent Platform Management Interface|
|Includes links to IPMI revisions, updates, documentation, the adopters agreement, announcements and more.
|The Enigma of NGMA|
|The exact specifications of the new architecture are still unknown, but Intel has released some details and gossip has leaked others.