Every Thursday is Tech Thursday where we share a random assortment of technical links we found and liked.
- Chrome Frame is a plug-in for Internet Explorer to make IE display the page using Chrome as the rendering engine. As explained in the technical details article it is implemented as a Browser Helper Object, uses IE's cookies, history and password-remembering, includes the WebKit developer tools and appends 'chromeframe' to the regular IE user agent string. All in all the feedback from the tech scene is very positive but there are also accessbility concerns about the solution.
- If you don't want to switch and fully support IE6 then there's quite a detailed Internet Explorer 6 bug fixing cheat sheet.
- The latest nightlies of Safari and Firefox now include WebGL which means that there are some cool 3D browser apps ahead. Check out the video showing a Spore creature inside the browser.
- Vitamin D is an interesting technology to automatically detect objects in videos. Check the report for details.
- The FCC wants your help to understand and forge the internet of the future at Open Internet .gov.
- Brad Neuberg released quite a cool Video introduction to HTML 5.
- Six revisions has some very interesting infographics about the web.
- Steve Smith has a fix for Safari's fat text rendering in Snow Leopard.
- PostBin is a shorturl provider that logs POST requests to the URL to allow you to debug webhooks.
- Luke Wroblewski wrote a nice write-up about the design process and methodology at Facebook.
- Marco Zehe asks for participation in a fact finding exercise about the current state of Firefox accessibility on Mac.
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