I leave you with good stuff:
- Opera releases 3D canvas, via Anne. The browsers are on a roll, graphically. Well, except for you-know-who. You know, ole lead butt.
- Release of WebKit 3.This is the release that should fix the SVG/Div bug. Many new CSS updates, as well as better performance.
- IBM has its head in the clouds. It must tickle Big Blue, no end, to discover that the cycle of technology has come around to its area of expertise again.
- Gorton’s Law, which reduces the unknown, beautiful, and weird to “when can we eat it?”, has an actual equation, now.
- Speaking of which, not to be missed: Sixth Carnival of the Blue.
- If it weren’t for Danny and Talis, I’d never be able to keep up with all things semantical. Seeing the reference to Joost Developer Days reminds me that there’s a new Max Headroom episode to watch. Need more.
- I heard the song, “Mad World’, as sung by Gary Jules from the movie, “Donnie Darko”. I liked the song and went to look for it in iTunes. The song “Mad World” originated with Tears for Fears back in the early 1980′s. Since then, it’s been covered by over 30 different artists, including a barbershop quartet, disco DJs, a full orchestra, country music artists, rock, electronic, and folk artists, as well as Tears for Fears more than once, and the recent remake with Gary Jules and Michael Andrew for “Donnie Darko”. Looking for the song in YouTube returns a video featuring children forming moving figures, photos of children with a backdrop of the song lyrics, Sara Hickman singing the song, Tears for Fears with an entire choir and orchestra, a scene from Donnie Darko, a video on global warming, A Japanese street dancer, a wonderful Kiwi animation, and too many others to list.
- Wow. *slaps forehead* I could have linked all those songs through Amazon’s affiliate program, and earned some iTunes spending money.
- Elaine This is why I write when I canâ€™t focus. Eventually, if I just let the words rattle on, something happens. Even if itâ€™s not interesting or useful to anybody but me. Damn good philosophy.