links for 2009-02-12

  • MooTools is a compact, modular, Object-Oriented JavaScript framework designed for the intermediate to advanced JavaScript developer. It allows you to write powerful, flexible, and cross-browser code with its elegant, well documented, and coherent API. MooTools code respects strict standards and doesn't throw any warnings. It's extensively documented and has meaningful variable names: a joy to browse and a snap to understand.
  • Today there are countless searches performed on the Internet by users looking out for products and services. It is an era where saturated markets and competitor battles prevail which makes it more difficult to rank on the top and also attract the right traffic to your site. We understand the unique needs of each individual and customize our services to fit all pockets. We believe that the essence of a real SEO strategy lies in not only getting traffic but driving relevant traffic that converts into sales or leads, and guarantees increased profitability for you. Also, equally important is your business scalability and how well your website can manage the increased traffic flow that comes along with a flourishing web business. SEO Traffic Spider is a site dedicated for all the Internet Entrepreneurs and Corporate Houses who are racing towards visibility, top of the mind awareness, wanting the bigger piece of the pie
  • LeaderChat is a weekly blog about managing in today’s work environment and what leaders can do to create an engaged, motivated, and productive workforce that gets results. The purpose of Leader Chat is to provide a forum for readers to explore, consider, and comment on some of the pressing issues that leaders face, and to look at possible solutions from a workplace culture, performance management, and organizational development point of view. LeaderChat is moderated by David Witt, Program Director at The Ken Blanchard Companies. Based in San Diego, David is the managing editor of the company’s monthly newsletter, Ignite, and he also produces the company’s popular webinar series.
  • No. 10 St. Louis, Mo. The Gateway City scored in the bottom half of all nine categories we looked at for the Forbes Misery Measure. It was the only metro area to pull off that feat.
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