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29Jun 2009

“Lightbox” scripts for web pages

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Steve Lane Steve Lane

Steve is Soliant's Chief Technology Officer and has been working in the areas of databases and software development for over twenty years. From a background in academics and higher education, he moved into the technology industry and has been leading software teams for the last dozen years or so, working with hundreds of clients of all sizes. He is a recipient of the FileMaker Excellence award and has co-authored six books on database development. After graduating magna cum laude from Yale College, Steve earned a master's degree and Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago, as well as an M.S. In Computer Science from the same university.

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Donovan - July 1, 2009

Thanks for another great post! The Lightbox is one of those things that I would sometimes come across and think ‘that would be fun to implement’, but didn’t know where to start looking. Having a self-contained version is helpful too.

Speaking of Confluence, I hope you plan on posting some entries regarding tools for project management and collaboration. For example, what factors differentiate a successful corporate wiki from a neglected one?

Thanks again for the quality blog.

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