Category: Google

Blink, WebKit, Google, Chrome, Mozilla, Servo; oh the Insanity! … right?

Published 3 years 11 months ago on April 4, 2013

This week just got really interesting. It seems that just yesterday we were terrified of browser monoculture, but today we’re fearful of too much fragmentation.

Google offers $1 million reward to hackers who exploit Chrome

Published 5 years 3 weeks ago on February 28, 2012

Google offers $1 million reward to hackers who exploit Chrome. It’s just occurring to me now that contests like these are just like the design contests that consistently get lambasted each and every time they crop up. I likely don’t hear any recoil about these browser security contests because I’m not in that community, but […]

TextMate-like ⌘T & ⇧⌘T in Chrome Dev Tools & Other New Features

Published 5 years 4 weeks ago on February 27, 2012

Web Dev .NET: TextMate-like ⌘T & ⇧⌘T in Chrome Dev Tools & Other New Features. Chrome has been my primary browser since a few months after it’s debut. I’m a sucker for WebKit and the thing just flies. Elijah Manor took some time to outline some of the bleeding edge changes coming to the Web […]

Re: Recent Google UI Changes

Published 5 years 1 month ago on February 23, 2012

Kevin Fox – Google+ – I was writing a blog post about three recent changes to…. There’s a lot to read in this post, but it outlines a number of questions I’ve had as of late. Google’s never been looked at as a company that really optimized the design experience. That is until as of […]

Why I use DuckDuckGo, and you should too

Published 5 years 1 month ago on February 13, 2012

Why I use DuckDuckGo, and you should too – Clif Reeder. A few weeks ago I followed along with Ben Brooks and ditched Google for DuckDuckGo. I’m not a privacy zealot and I know that my usage of Google is for their sole purpose of getting to know me better in an effort to send […]

Updating Google’s privacy policies and terms of service

Published 5 years 1 month ago on January 25, 2012

Official Google Blog: Updating our privacy policies and terms of service. Privacy policies are actually a big deal. They’re the EULA of websites and often go ignored, resulting in outrage from user bases who never read it in the first place and are infuriated that the company behind the site followed through on what was […]

Chrome Developer Tools: 12 Tricks

Published 6 years 4 weeks ago on February 25, 2011

YouTube – Google Chrome Developer Tools: 12 Tricks to Develop Quicker. I’ve been using Chrome for longer than I can keep track of, but it does continue to get better for developers, regardless of any (ahem: video) decisions that are made by Google going forward. One of the main reasons I like Chrome so much […]

Chrome Dropping H.264 Support

Published 6 years 2 months ago on January 12, 2011

Chromium Blog: HTML Video Codec Support in Chrome. This story made quite the wave yesterday, with myself included. I’ve been using Chrome as my primary browser for months, I love it. This decision will cause me to switch back to Safari. From the looks of it, there are lots of others with the same mentality. […]

Google’s decreasingly useful, spam-filled web search

Published 6 years 2 months ago on January 6, 2011

Marco.org – Google’s decreasingly useful, spam-filled web search. I hope to some day be able to write like Marco. His latest publication echoes my sentiments exactly. Google has been receiving a ton of slack lately, and in my opinion it’s quite deserved. How many times within the past six months have you had to sift […]

We Haven’t Forgotten About Accessibility, Have We?

Published 6 years 5 months ago on October 18, 2010

There was a time when accessibility conversations took place as much as the latest tricks with CSS or JavaScript. Has the world moved on, leaving accessibility in the dust? Realizing that I have done my fair share of neglecting accessibility best practices lately, I’m going to focus on it.

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