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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Simon Phipps tagged browser

If it's just using HTML5 it's not obvious to me why it needs a browser-specific plug-in to work. Seems to have gone astray - pity.

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"Friends don’t let friends use Internet Explorer 6." -- Maybe the first time I have ever linked to a Microsoft marketing site with a warm endorsement. Show it to all your friends and tell them about Firefox.

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Excellent claim-by-claim takedown of the the rubbish people have been spouting against Google for deciding to omit H.264 video from Chrome's HTML5 support.

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Very interesting gallery of (mainly HTML5) sample web applications. Shows just what can be achieved without ever going near Flash or Java.

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You may do your best to remain anonymous on the web, you may have cookies blocked, but this research by EFF shows you can easily have your browser uniquely identified on return visits by a fingerprinting technique using the standard HTTP capabilities text that gets sent every single time you visit a site.

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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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Time to leave the dead horse alone finally I think.

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While it's great to see Microsoft finally joining the SVG WG after all these years, let's not forget (as this article does) that they were involved at the beginning and it was their unforgivable NIH attitude in rejecting the decision of the WG not to use Microsoft's contribution that has kept vector graphics from being a web technology for a decade. Imagine what could have evolved by now had they not listened to their greed and control-lust and instead worked with everyone to perfect web vector graphics. Even still I can't help myself wondering if they have joined the WG to snuff it out by over-activity.

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Looks like the extension capability in Chrome is already getting plenty of exercise. If the ones I'm hooked on in Firefox show up, maybe Chrome will get more of my attention.

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No doubt with an eye on the ticking clock that is the Supreme Court reconsideration of Bilski. I'll not be commenting specifically since Sun is one of the targets.

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