The Google Browser: Google Chrome (beta)
Looks like the Browser Wars have been rekindled with this new kid on the block. Yes, Google released their oft rumoured browser in the wild.More info on theÂ Official Google Blog: A Fresh Take On The Browser. And for the technically inclined there’sÂ a comicbook explaining it all. Or skip the hoopla andÂ take Chrome for a testdrive […]
â€œThank you for taking the survey.â€ – 2008
A List Apart is repeating last years survey: Calling all designers, developers, information architects, project managers, writers, editors, marketers, and everyone else who makes websites. It is time once again to pool our information so as to begin sketching a true picture of the way our profession is practiced worldwide. Take the survey yourself at […]
“Thank you for taking the survey.” part 2
Back in April A List Apart held a survey among people working in the ‘web-industry’: In April 2007, A List Apart and An Event Apart conducted a survey of people who make websites. Close to 33,000 web professionals answered the surveyâ€™s 37 questions, providing the first data ever collected on the business of web design […]
Testing with IE6 and IE7 on a Single PC
Great news from the people who brought us Internet Explorer. They’ve released a Virtual PC image containing a time-limited WinXP SP2 with IE 6 for all our testing pleasure. No licensing required! And if you don’t have a copy of Virtual PC yet, they’ll give you Virtual PC 2004 for free to run it all.
MSN …ehr… Live Local Virtual Earth 3D (Beta)
Apparently it’s live. A 3D extension to the map search of live.com which lets you fly through their maps like a bird.
Mozilla Firefox 2.0 Released
And another official one down! Less than a week ago Microsoft upped their browser to a 7.0 version. This time it’s the Mozilla Foundation. Mozilla Firefox is now a 2.0.
Major Google Earth Update (Maps to follow)
Read all about it on the Official Google Blog: Happy Birthday, Google Earth: We got so excited around here about the first anniversary of Google Earth that we decided to celebrate a bit early. Beginning today, you can download a brand new version, Google Earth 4. Running on OS X? Feel the love. Prefer Linux? […]
Firefox ACID2 compliance on its way
Now, after Safari, iCab, Konqueror & Opera 9 beta, it’s Firefox’ turn to comply with the ACID2 test. David Baron has built a special development version of Firefox that fixes some rendering issues that kept it from complying before. You can see the screenshot of ACID2 in action on his Flickr account. Now, why is […]
Hell hasn’t frozen over, yet…
I know Apple didn’t mind if anyone were to install Windows (XP) on their new Intel Macs. But actively making it feasible by themselves? Apple – Boot Camp: More and more people are buying and loving Macs. To make this choice simply irresistible, Apple will include technology in the next major release of Mac OS […]
Google Earth: Suspected Earth Impact Sites March 2006 update (KML)
The IFSG released a new database containing all the known suspected earth impact craters. I could not stay behind and updated the collection for Google Earth. Download the March 2006 edition of the SEIS database (200KB KML). So if you happen to discover some craters yourself, now you can check if it’s in the collection […]