Every Thursday is Tech Thursday where we share a random assortment of technical links we found and liked.
- The highly anticipated Mac App Store is now open for business.
- Google is removing support for h.264 for <video> in Chrome, and Microsoft has an interesting response.
- Take a look back at front-end engineering in 2010 through the lens of YUI Theater.
- The YUI team has officially released YUI 3.3.0. New features include official support for FF4, IE9, & Android, a Charts widget, a DataTable Widget, and the very-cool Dial widget.
- Steve Souders (@souders) has released a Mobile Perf bookmarklet.
- Reddit has compiled a list of JS game engines.
- You can use HTML5 <canvas> to weave some ribbons of silk.
- Firefox 4 now has Smalltalk-like Workspaces. Grab the latest version.
- Andrew Wooldridge (@triptych) uses YUI3, YQL, <canvas>, and a slew of other technologies to create Canvas Quest, an RPG game.
- ReadWriteWeb thinks Yahoo's ConnectedTV is a Paradigm Shift for Internet TV.
- Pingdom breaks down the 2010 Internet by the numbers. A few stats: 107 trillion emails were sent, the number of .com domains is up to 88.8 million, you sent 25 billion tweets over the year, and Flickr surpassed 5 billion photos.
- And finally, the single-serving-site of the week - Do websites need to look the same in every browser?
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