Web Standards reports
Microsoft has announced that they will cease all support for IE/Mac as of December 31, 2005 and will cease all distribution of the software on January 31, 2006.
While IE/Mac has become something of a red-headed stepchild in the past couple years, it has a proud history of standards-related achievements, most of which were the result of now-WaSP, then Microsoftie Tantek Ã‡elik.
This milestone doesn’t actually mean much for working web developers â€” how much effort to put into supporting a given browser is best determined by audience share, not whether the browser is currently ‘supported’ or not. Nevertheless, it’s a bittersweet reminder of the creeping obsolescence of what was arguably the single piece of software most responsible for kicking off the CSS layout revolution.
From Tanteks Blog
“This is not one of those “ladies night” line-ups. This is one of those “some-of-San-Francisco’s-best-and-most beautiful-DJs” line-ups featuring Kat, Tamo, Seraphim, Forest Green, Amber, Anita Lofton and the fabulous Audio Angel. There’s no dodging these beats. Suggestion: Bring a spare pair of shoes in case you burn holes in soles of the ones you’re wearing.”
This was an awsome night I miss the bay area so much anyone up for heading to the Bay area next month if so hit me!
From Tanteks Blog
Help us celebrate 1 Billion Links tracked!
This Thursday, March 31, 2005, Technorati will host a user salon to bring together Technorati staff and users for face-to-face discussions.
This was an excellent event I would reccomend going to any Technorati celebration party maybe the 2 billion links tracked party!
W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group asking for feedback!
From W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group Blog
The Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group has released last week the first version of Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0, the core document the group is working on.
While the document is not complete and doesn’t reflect completely the group consensus, it is a very important achievement for us to show where we’re heading; it also invites comments on some specific issues on which the group would like to hear about… Don’t wait any second: go read it, and send comments
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