Monday morning links serving: The September 28th edition

Microsoft Office Web Apps: First Look
Office Web Apps merges key elements of the Microsoft Office productivity suite into the cloud. Does it have what it takes to fend off Google Docs?

Apple partners with Intel on new standard, could abandon USB
Not only is Apple complicit in the development of the Light Peak standard, but the company actually brought the concept to Intel and asked them to create it. More to the point, the new connector will play a hugely important role in upcoming products from Cupertino.

AT&T calls Google a hypocrite on Net neutrality
AT&T said Google is violating the fourth principle in the FCC’s Internet Policy Statement, which calls for fair competition among providers of networks, applications, services, and content, as it blocks telephone calls made using Google Voice service to certain rural communities.

Everything You Need To Know About USB 3.0
When Seagate first demonstrated SuperSpeed USB 3.0 in January at CES, we were promised that USB 3.0-compatible devices would be appearing by the end of 2009.

Five Best Time-Tracking Applications
Where does the time go? Whether you need to know for billing purposes or just want a better idea of how your work day is split up, you can always answer that question with a good time-tracking application.

101 Five-Minute Fixes to Incrementally Improve Your Web Site
A webmaster’s work is never done. What may have worked a few years ago when could be outdated today, so it’s important to constantly improve your Web site. However, a massive overhaul is just too much work to undertake at one time. Instead, tackle these quick fixes over time, and you’ll be able to improve your Web site with minimal pain.


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