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Bulletproof Demos with Google Chrome’s Record Mode

A really good tip from Zack Bloom, which allows you to record the browser I/O and play it back without worrying about spotty WiFi or server issues.

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Google to Drop H.264 Support in Chrome

They’re replacing H.264 support with WebM (a video codec acquired and open-sourced by Google last year). It looks like the HTML video codec pissing match is about to start up again.

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Google Now Charging Developers $5 To List Chrome Extensions, Themes, And Apps

How open of them. The changes are:

“intended to create better safeguards against fraudulent extensions in the gallery and limit the activity of malicious developer accounts.”

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“Google waving goodbye to Gears, hello to HTML5”

In other words, full-steam ahead for Chrome and HTML5,, and I’m glad.

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Introducing the Google Chrome OS

The big news of the day. There is a lot of talk that Chrome OS may be what powers the CrunchPad, but I am not so sure.