I have often needed the to fulfil the requirement of aligning an image to the middle of a specified height. In the old table based way of doing it was pretty easy. All you needed to do was valign="middle" on the cell containing the image. Things have changed (for the better) by dropping table based layouts. Unfortunately not all browsers CSS capabilities are good enough to align to the middle very easily.
I was tasked to provide additional functionality to the Variety Club site administrative suite. The additional functionality includes an online booking system for events using Google Checkout as the payment service provider and help volunteers manage these bookings and event attendees.
Every Wednesday at Cake we have sessions where one of us has the opportunity to present an emerging technology. Today was my turn. With my experience in AJAX and all things Web 2.0 it was the natural choice to give the Cake team a rundown on AJAX.
Back in December I read a post on TechCrunch UK about Channel 4 launching a competition at the Widgety Goodness conference in Brighton. The contest was to create a widget using at least one Film 4 feed and a feed from somewhere else; a mash-up.