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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Simon Phipps tagged HTML

Very smart move - Microsoft are trying to lead the race to the bottom with HTML 5, presumably in the hope of killing Adobe, rather than cascading money faster and faster into Silverlight in an attempt to fight the old way. They only place Silverlight is still strategic is on mobile, and honestly they probably realise HTML 5 is the future there too.

This suggests Microsoft are finally awakening to the power of community. Instead of trying to fight their competitors alone, they are teaming up with open standards - and increasingly open source - to achieve that effect. You can tell where they think they are strong - those are the places they are still fighting with communities and consequently about to lose their lead...

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Really excellent use of HTML5 to explain HTML5. Well worth the time just to get an idea of the power of HTML5.

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Really excellent how-to that is worth reading all the way through and then bookmarking for future use (like I just did!)

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Impressive demonstration of the power of HTML 5.

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Excellent start to an explanation of Mozilla's position on H.264 and patent-encumbered CODECs. Still plenty of remaining questions, which will hopefully be addressed in part two of this explanation. Personally I think Mozilla is picking the right path and I hope we'll see Google (owner of YouTube) backing them in their promotion of technologies anyone in any country can use freely (rather than H.264 which is deviously chained to corporate profit).

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"Although mobile and XHTML now connects to everything a lot of the technology is proprietary and therefore difficult to integrate. Patents get in the way of everything and block the view," he said. Watch it get left behind by wireless VOIP.

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Is your ISP (or employer) modifying web pages before you see them? Seems some do to insert advertisments. Visit this research page at the University of Washington to find out.

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Don't copy this one at home, kids. Or if you do at least make sure it's a valid HTML fragment.

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This is very cool indeed - I've never been able to pick colour combinations for site and page themes, and this gadget generates them instantly.

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