The web is about to get a major boost with the announcement of two new rendering engines. This will certainly bring some changes among web standards and push forwards to new boundaries.
This week, Google has announced Blink while Mozilla is working on Servo
I added a new free HTML template for those who want to create a single page website with a smooth scrolling effect. This template requires some tweaking though, especially if you want to integrate some scripts to fetch certain types of contents (latest entries, links, photos, tweets…)
The OS X launcher Quicksilver has ended its beta period and is now available for download in version 1.0. Still, it won’t make you quit Alfred. In fact, it will probably fail.
From an interview with the lead developper :
LoveQuicksilver: Lots of people in the Quicksilver userbase are asking questions like “Why isn’t there a Sparrow/Twitter/Textmate 2/Duke Nukem/[insert app name] plugin?” What do you have to say to them?
Rob: Some people (probably a vocal minority) seem confused about why we aren’t working on a plugin for Sparrow, or Google Chrome before that, because surely so many user requests have gotten our attention, right? Unfortunately it doesn’t work like that. I don’t use those apps, so I have no need for those plugins. End of decision tree.
In short : don’t bother giving feedbacks, they won’t be listening to those.