Google Chrome needs polishing

Matt Cutts of Google posted yesterday about the ten things he doesn’t like about Chrome.  Coming from a Google employee, this seems like brave transparency — but Matt’s list is pretty much a collection of nits.  I use Google Chrome as my default browser, and in general I love it — especially its performance.  But I […]

Befriend a Geek this Christmas

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By Miss Cellania Contributing Writer, [GAS] This is obviously a case of preaching to the choir, but you might want to send this to your friends people you know family members. You can help! Check out Befriend A Geek. This Christmas over 1 million geeks around the globe will sit lonely in their bedrooms, misunderstood […]

Google Native Client: web deluxe, or ActiveX redux?

Throughout the brief history of the web, we’ve seen various attempts to make the browsing experience more interactive:  Java applets, JavaScript (and AJAX techniques), ActiveX, Flash, and Silverlight to name a few.  All of the above except for ActiveX achieve a certain level of security from malicious code through the use of runtime-interpreted languages.  The interpreter […]