Thursday, March 30, 2006

Eye on rival YouTube, Atom overhauls video site

Just Check AtomFiles web site. They don't have the major feature, random select films in the front page, like YouTube. Sometimes, I just want to browser it, but not any particular topics.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Suggestion to Google toolbar

So far, I can't a spell check extension for Firefox in windows. The spell check Google toolbar may be helpful. But, I think, it can be more helpful if the spell check function is the context menu. Some of my web forms are on the pop up window.

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Flash and Flex

Whatcott said the Adobe platform supports things that AJAX does not support, such as programmable audio, video, vector graphics, synchronous publish/subscribe data connectivity, offline data storage and cross-domain data access.

Constantly, I use iframe to add other domain content; however, there is always security issues and can't expand iframe to content max size. Just read an article from eweek and put a quote on the top. Is flash my solution?

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Safari Compatibility Hit List

The WebKit Open Source Project post compatibility hit list today. Usually, using Safari to look at a pure thml page is great -- nice and neat font. But, when looking at more complicated pages, safari is like the secondary browser. It lacks HTML editor and a lot of JavaScript issues.

Besides standard compatibility compliance, I hope Safari can catch up usability.