SitePoint Podcast #9: SitePoint at SXSWi

Episode 9 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week your hosts are Patrick O’Keefe (@ifroggy), Stephan Segraves (@ssegraves), Brad Williams (@williamsba), and Kevin Yank (@sentience).

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Episode Summary

Here are the topics covered in this episode:

Chrome Extensions Likely by May

phpBB.com hacked following zero-day exploit in phpList software

Twitter Clickjacking Exploit

IE8’s Clickjacking Countermeasures

TechStars Opens in Boston

Main Show Topic: SitePoint at SXSWi

Hidden Clip: Amazon’s Kindle 2 Announcement

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  • Anonymous

    Why install the ClickDrag Firefox extension when you can center click or ctrl-click on a link to open it in a new tab? I learned the center click trick right here on Sitepoint. Kevin, I’m surprised you didn’t mention that.

  • http://www.SitePoint.com Matt Mickiewicz

    Looking forward to meeting SitePointers at SxSW. If you want to meet up, just hit me up on email (firstname@sitepoint.com) or Twitter @sitepointmatt .

    Cheers!

  • http://www.ifroggy.com iFroggy

    Definitely! :)

  • sime

    Firefox Quick Drag/Tab? Middle click the link and it will open in a new tab.

    Also to quickly close a tab: middle click it.

  • Jeff

    I really enjoy the podcast.

    I have a tip for you all. You discussed a Firefox extension where you clicked and dragged on a link to open it in a new tab. If you have a mouse with a middle button, you can just click on a link with it and a new tab opens. You can ask it to open behind the current tabs or on top. This feature is native to Firefox and I find it quicker than dragging even a bit.

    Keep up the great work.

  • http://www.heyraena.com raena

    I don’t have a middle button on my mouse, so anything helps :)

  • Paul Adam

    I’ll be at SXSW Interactive for the first time next month. It’s going to be hard to decide which presentations to go to since there are so many at the same times. Enjoyed the podcast and info provided. Hit me up at padam2k {{at}} gmail {{dotcom}} if anybody wants to meet up. I hit follow on somebody I saw from sitepoint in the my.sxsw.com site.