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Archive for the ‘internet’ Category
Dive Into Mark: Semantic Obsolescence. Mark is pissed about the removal of the cite tag from XHTML 2.0 and, frankly, so am I. However, bear in mind that XHTML 2.0 is still a working draft, so there’s still time for cite to be added back in. Mark isn’t the only one … Read more
The Web Standards Project: Check, please!. Checky is a Mozilla add-on which facilitates document validation through one of 18 different services. The validation service is selected through the context menu and the current page is validated in a new window or tab. What’s more, you can bundle … Read more
Following Steve Jobs’ MacWorld keynote speech, there has been much hubbub about Apple’s new web browser, Safari, not to be confused with Internet Safari, the kid-friendly web browser put out by Heartsoft. Dive Into Mark probably has Read more
Recently, I’ve been finding a few requests using an agent named “Hatena Antenna” in my web access logs. Performing a search on Google pulled up a number of Japanese pages but no English explanations. As I was not happy with this result, I asked my friend Aya to give me … Read more