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January 03, 2006

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Rick

Web authoring: DreamWeaver 8
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Luc

They use MySQL but I can't find any related entry on 37signals' blog. However, they promote MySQL with Ruby on Rails and David use CocoaMysql in the screencast on rubyonrails.org.

http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/archives/search?q=mysql

Happy New Year!

Matt Murph

Very interesting! Thanks for posting. I read the list and I think they made excellent decisions on all list items except their payment gateway. I was shocked to see Authorize.net is their pick. Card Service International's "LinkPoint" gateway is absolutely superb. And CyberSouce is also a Grade AA gateway. My experience (in multiple scenarios) with the Authorize.net makes me think that if I was stuck on an island, all by myself, and the only payment gateway available was Authorize.net.... I'd close up shop and move on to spear fishing as a career and accept coconut shells as payment. Coconut shells are surely more robust than Authorize.net.

Raths

Do you think all these new payment processors will build trust.

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