Last Friday we hit the 10,000 posts mark on our forums. A big thanks to everybody who has been contributing!
A new kid on the browser block, Flock claims to be a browser which does what Web2.0 is all about: sharing. And there is even better news for developers; Flock is based on Mozilla technologies, which means we won’t have to optimize websites for yet another browser.
Now if you say, “Hey, that ain’t all that new!” – you are right. While the concept of sharing through your webbrowser is not new – I also wrote about Allpeers a while back, and Allpeers is the ex-Skype people’s new project (after they sold Skype to eBay) – I reviewed Allpeer’s website today and it still remains a “coming soon” whereas Flock is here now.
The competition which is primarily is Firefox on Windows and Linux/Unix, and Safari when you are on Mac OS X. Even the Camino browser bears less issues as IE6 lately. But my equation also totally neglects Opera.
It will also remove comments and whitespace for maximum compression and small filesize, if requested to do so.
Very cool, Andy.
Tags: css, csstweak
Mark, who’s our local design guru at HTMLCenter, relaunched his website ecard service Maxtango. Maxtango features very well designed designer ecards for those who are not comfortable with the average Bluemountain ecard. Please spread!
Here’s his press release:
Maxtango is a free Ecard service created for the design community to engage, participate and exchange in the fun of sending Ecards. Ecards are Conversations. Communication has become one of the most important and effective entities in digital media, being highly effective and indispensable. Ecards carry a message, emotion or feeling.