Firefox 1.5 beta 1

Firefox 1.5 beta 1 is available for download. Faster, better mac support, and more. But before you go rushing to download, keep in mind that it is beta software, and it does still have bugs. As they say on the site before you download it… “It might even melt your hard drive.” I don’t think …

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LinuxWorld 2005

LinuxWorld was fun. It was at Moscone Center West in SF. Much smaller and geekier than MacWorld. Talked to the Mambo guys, the RackSpace folks, and a very nice lady from HP. Got lots of distros to play with, saw some beautiful servers, and met Tux…

IE7 Beta 1 coming this summer

Finally! Microsoft is moving towards a more web standards compliant browser. The first beta release of Internet Explorer 7 is expected to be released sometime this summer. Here’s the latest news from the IE Weblog: Support the alpha channel in PNG images. We’ve actually had this on our radar for a long time, and have …

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Adobe to buy Macromedia

2 webgeek software giants, $3.4B, what happens next? PhotoWeaver CSMX 2005? Slashdot has some geek perspectives on the big news.

A few links

I’ve been meaning to post this link to bugmenot, a page that allows people to bypass compulsory web registration for sites like nytimes.com. Is it legal? I don’t know. But it’s pretty handy. I also came across this link to a very interesting article on developing sites for users with cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties. …

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