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Latest Posts

Blurry, but fast: Safari's fonts

Via Robert Scoble, I ran into an interesting discussion of font rendering in Safari running on Windows. Jeff Atwood has some side-by-side comparisons of Safari rendered text and IE rendered text showing the Safari's font rendering is clearly blurred (sorry, I couldn't resist).

June 15, 2007 by Phil Windley

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Secure those browsers

Ryan Naraine just posted a primer and gallery on how to secure Safari and it's quite educational. For instance, I learned that I did nearly everything wrong when I downloaded Safari for Windows the other day.

June 15, 2007 by

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Safari for Windows: Embracing and extending

Om Malik tries to look inside the mind of Steve Jobs to figure out why he would choose to enter the browser war with Safari for Windows. He cites the various theories so far--competing with Microsoft IE with more success than Mozilla's Firefox, creating a suite of Web applications and generating search engine revenues.

June 15, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Adobe on Google Gears, Flex success and CS3 uptake

Adobe reported strong fiscal second quarter results and gave some color on Creative Suite 3 demand, which is strong, and AIR's role in the jam-packed rich internet application space.Fueled by Creative Suite 3 sales--the product launched in April--Adobe reported record revenue of $745.

June 14, 2007 by

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Xing links up with ZoomInfo

While most of the attention on social networking attention is focused on Facebook, Xing continues to build out its social network of business connections. Today Xing, and its parent company OPEN Business Club AG, announced that it is partnering with ZoomInfo, a business data search engine that identifies company and people information, with profiles of 36 million people and nearly four million companies.

June 14, 2007 by Dan Farber

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