Last week I introduced Robert’s read and now it’s time again for my reading list for the latest week.
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Robert’s read for August 24th 2011
- A great graphic explaining the Firefox Release Channels
- Firefox Release Channels
- Millennial: Android Tops iOS For The Eighth Month With 61 Percent Of Mobile Ad Impressions In July
- Samsung claims Stanley Kubrick invented the iPad in his ‘2001- A Space Odyssey’
- When universes collide, how will we know when it happens?
- Line-height in input fields
- One Year Later, Facebook Killing Off Places …To Put Location Everywhere
- Twitter Begins Turning On The Secure HTTPS By Default
- Mozilla WebFWD Welcomes the First Fellows
- Six improvements we’d like to see made to Google+
- Facebook’s new privacy and sharing defenses
- Android Taking Steps Towards WebKit And Chromium
- Mozilla – Introducing WebAPI
- Five Years Later, Twitter Rolls Out Image Galleries
- Twitter Releases Bootstrap, A Set Of Tools To Build Web Apps Using CSS
- On fair use and South Park
- Fabric.js 0.5 is out
- Teacher sued for disparaging creationism cleared on appeal
- Microsoft courts webOS developers; 1,000 make the leap
- Facebook Climbs To No. 3 Video Site In U.S.
- HP tested webOS on an iPad. It ran over twice as fast
- Marc Andreessen on Why Software Is Eating the World
- spin.js – Spinner for all web browsers without using images
- HTML5 Rocks – How Browsers Work: Behind the Scenes of Modern Web Browsers
- Getting rusty – we need new best practices for a different development world
- HP To Apple: You Win.
- HP washing its hands of webOS: discontinues tablets, Pre phones
- JavaZone X : The Streaming
- Mozilla Hacks Weekly, August 18th 2011
- For you Swedes out there: Att vara två dömande ögon i ett designerhem – alldeles lysande skrivet!
- Thoughts on Android and Firefox in emerging markets
- speak.js: Text-to-Speech on the Web ? Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
- Why working at home is both awesome and horrible
- The Light of Firefox – SVG, Canvas, CSS Transitions and Transforms
- Mozilla Wants a Browser to Control Your Phone
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