html5 almost ready?



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Did you know that there’s a some sort of a html5 fan club?
Why am i telling you this? Because there’s a sort of a timer telling when will html5 be fully released check it http://ishtml5readyyet.com/ :)

ps: only 12 more years still to go…

flash vs html5 on nexus one



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Just sit back and watch ^_^

ps: So, where did the great html5 performance go? :)

An approach that every CEO should follow



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Some time ago i came across http://startupquote.com/ and decided to post my own quote here.
Hope, i ever get to startupquote.com :)

“Being a CEO doesn’t imply being an ass.”
Me

Apple truth revealed



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Well, i guess everybody knows now about the “apple vs adobe” conflict.
And, probably, you’ve already read the Steve’s open letter.
I won’t reveal the “truth” of the statments mentioned in this letter.
But, actually, you can figure that out on your own, by watching for example this video about “how FAST and GOOD html5 is on iPad”.
No comments just lol :)

Now compare it to the “SLOW flashplayer”

ps: Back to the Mesozoic era? O.o

Google decides to intergrate Flash Player in Google Chrome



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Google is a key participant in the Open Screen Project and shares our commitment to driving innovation on the Web. With this common goal in mind, Adobe and Google are collaborating to take the Flash Player experience to the next level by supporting a deeper integration with Google’s Chrome browser. Today, Google is releasing the initial integration of Flash Player with Chrome in their developer channel, behind a command line flag. Moving forward, Google will be including Flash Player in Chrome so users will always have the most current release and a safer and more seamless experience.

We believe this initiative will help our users in the following ways:
* When users download Chrome, they will also receive the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. There will be no need to install Flash Player separately.
* Users will automatically receive updates related to Flash Player using Google Chrome’s auto-update mechanism. This eliminates the need to manually download separate updates and reduces the security risk of using outdated versions.
* With Adobe’s help, we plan to further protect users by extending Chrome’s “sandbox” to web pages with Flash content.

More about it here:
Bringing improved support for Adobe Flash Player to Google Chrome
Improved Flash Player Support in Chrome

ps: ain’t that awesome? No need for player detection, version updates in Chrome now ^_^

The new FWA



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TheFWA
Yes, i was very excited to see the new version of TheFWA’s website (they planned to release it on march 1st, besides i knew that group94 were doin it). And 2day was the release date actually. And i’ve just seen it and i should say that i’m VERY dissapointed with it (not with the dev, but the concept). Why u’d ask? Well, i’ve got an explanation for that. The navigation is not that convinient as it used to, selected work description loads and replaces the whole content now (which’s damn unhandy), and there’re PAGE RELOADS now which i HATE. My opinion’s that TheFWA’s ruined 4 now.
Pluses: yeah, SEO increased, more ads space. Bravo 1/4.

I liked the previous version more. :(
Honestly, guys, the previous version was better.

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