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@font-face: The Easiest Way to Use Custom Fonts on Your Web Site

@font-face: The Easiest Way to Use Custom Fonts on Your Web Site

Introduction Creative typography has long been unavailable to most designers on the web. We’re stuck with the same old boring fonts installed on all machines: Arial, Times New Roman, Georgia, etc. However, recent advances in browser technology and typographic tools are affording us new opportunities. Font license permitting, with very little effort, you can now […]

Blue Fish Among Fastest Growing Companies in Austin

Blue Fish Among Fastest Growing Companies in Austin

Blue Fish was recently selected as one of the fastest growing companies in one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Each year, the Austin Business Journal identifies the Austin Fast 50 – the 50 fastest growing companies in town. Blue Fish ranked 10th on their list for 2008. Being selected to the list […]

New Article: Challenges Internationalizing Endeca Applications

New Article: Challenges Internationalizing Endeca Applications

Dan Burton, one of our Solution Architects, just wrote an article that discusses some of the challenges we have faced when trying to translate, internationalize, and localize applications built on the Endeca platform. Not only must you worry about translating the user interface components, but you have to plan for how to store the data […]

Avalanche of Articles

Avalanche of Articles

The Blue Fish article factory has been operating at peak production lately. Here are several new articles that the team has written over the past several weeks. Automate BOF Module Deployment During Development – Steve has a great article on how to streamline development cycle times by automating the deployment of Documentum BOF modules. Introduction […]

Maybe Google Search Appliance is More Googley Than I Thought

Maybe Google Search Appliance is More Googley Than I Thought

I may have to eat a little bit of crow here. Recently, I made a point that Google Search Appliance (GSA) wasn’t very innovative, and therefore wasn’t very “Googely”. I still stand by the core of my opinion, which has to do with the way that Google presents search results. Because it can’t leverage the […]

Initiating an IM Program across a Multi-Business Enterprise

Initiating an IM Program across a Multi-Business Enterprise

Introduction There is an old adage regarding how you eat an elephant…one bite at a time. This saying is true about many things in life that present us with significant challenges and can be especially true in the business world. Let me share with you one particular challenge that you may be facing – initiating […]

Off to Cabo San Lucas

Off to Cabo San Lucas

The Blue Fish offices will be closed for the next few days. The entire company (more than 60 people when you include spouses and guests) is flying to Cabo San Lucas to celebrate a strong 2007 and enjoy some well-deserved rest and relaxation. If you’re a top-notch consultant, software developer, or project manager who wants […]

Why Google’s Search Appliance is Un-Googley

Why Google’s Search Appliance is Un-Googley

I love Google. I love almost everything about them. I love their motto (Do No Evil), I love their employee-focused work environment, and of course I love their web/image/news/video search tools. I also love most of their other products – Google Maps was ground breaking when it was introduced, Gmail has taken web-based email to […]

Article: Understanding the WCM Market

Article: Understanding the WCM Market

  Have you ever noticed how many different Web Content Management solutions are for sale out there? There’s a lot of them, and I think I know why. This article describes the types of web content management solutions that are out in the marketplace and the main business drivers that companies have for purchasing them. […]