I took a little hiatus last week from posting Robert’s read, but now it’s back with lots of good links!
Tip: remember, you can always find all my reading suggestions in the Robert’s read category
Robert’s read for September 10th 2011
Here are the links from the latest two weeks:
- Help The Community: Report Browser Bugs
- Mozilla Hacks Weekly, September 8th 2011
- ievms – Automate free IE7-9 virtual machine installs on Max OS X and Linux
- Mozilla and the web makers
- Google+ API Launch Still Months Away
- Create Dynamic Form Labels with ARIA
- Safari users still susceptible to attacks using fake DigiNotar certs
- Why are restaurant websites so horrifically bad?
- Patternizer – HTML5 canvas stripe generator
- Mozilla Hacks Weekly, September 1st 2011
- 6 Animals That Kill Nature’s Scariest Creatures For Fun
- Wacom’s Inkling Captures What You Draw On Paper Digitally
- BoltJS: Another Secret Piece Of Facebook’s Spartan Puzzle?
- More details about the Mozilla WebAPI effort
- AI vs. AI. Two chatbots talking to each other
- BitTorrent users don’t “act in concert,” so judge slashes mass P2P case
- Joint Brings Group Chat To Twitter
- Apple hands internship to Jailbreakme.com developer “comex”
- What came before WebSockets?
- Anatomy of the UK Charts. Part 5 — King of Gear Shifts
- 90% of people do not use the Find in page feature in web browsers
- Version numbers in Firefox aren’t going anywhere
- The Greatest Speech Ever Made
- Mozilla Hacks Weekly, August 25th 2011
- Browserfountain – playing with Canvas particles
- Apple CEO Steve Jobs resigns