24 January 2010

Quix – quick commands for the web in a single, compatible bookmarklet

No browser extensions required.

[via:Merlin Mann]

14 July 2009

Youtube to end support for Internet Explorer 6

More major sites should be doing the same.

Internet Explorer, even the later versions, is one of the things keeping me from bothering to learn any serious web coding. For instance, as of today, this website will not render properly even in IE8, at least pages with embedded flash videos.

I personally find the whole idea of The Redmond Clown Computing Company fucktards slowly being forced by the market to develop one, single product involving standard compliance somewhat hilarious. Microsoft’s market dominance is centered around giving business software buyers what they want in theory while smugly defecating on end users and usability. These shitheads are holding the technology industry back by not simply switching IE to Webkit.

BTW, end users who aren’t looking for anything specific in a web browser should be switched to Chrome. I’m getting seriously tired of Firefox myself, but I’m staying with it for the extensions (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).

[via:Slashdot]

8 March 2009

Free Chromium builds without Google Chrome’s EULA asshattery

Chromium is the free software base on which Google’s new browser is built.

[via:Tietokone]

9 January 2009

Web browsers compared with cars and other means of transportation (Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer)

Web browsers compared with cars and other means of transportation

See also: “Ha! Ha! I’m using the Internet”

[via:Jean]

8 September 2008

Google Chrome’s Tubular Easter Eggs

“about:internets”

[via:Indiandevs]

2 September 2008

Google Chrome, new crazy fast multi-process based WebKit browser

The advantages of the engineering choices made by the developers are discussed in Google’s blog entry and in this comic.

In related news, IE8 beta 2 is really bloated.

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