17 Apr

Three.js 3D JavaScript Library

Three.js is a very lightweight 3D JavaScript library

Three.js has been around for a while so this isn’t anything new but it is definitely worth mentioning. Some of us may know of Chrome Experiments – some of them Read more…


7 Dec

Ultrashock’s Christmas Design Bundle

Ultrashock wants to make your christmas dreams come true with their new, discounted bundle. There are 12 more days to grab some awesome icons, images & vectors and free photoshop brushes.

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7 Dec

StatCounter: Chrome globally passes Firefox

The analytics firm StatCounter reported that Google Chrome overtook Mozilla Firefox during November, Internet Explorer still the most use browser in the world.

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21 Jun

Google HTTP rel=”canonical” Header support

Google’s search now supports the rel=”canonical” HTTP header allowing for canonical page and file linking (HTML and other formats)

The feature, though just introduced, only supports link headers for the Google web search but Google is hoping to increase support over time depending on how webmasters choose to use said elements. Google also introduced potential examples for how to implement canonical linking.

The example details a website which offers a white paper both as an HTML page and downloadable PDF. The PDF can be used as a substitute for the .HTML equivalent with the use of canonical:

GET /white-paper.pdf HTTP/1.1
Host: www.example.com
(...rest of HTTP request headers...)
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/pdf
Link: <http://www.example.com/white-paper.html>; rel="canonical"
Content-Length: 785710
(... rest of HTTP response headers...)


Source – Google Webmaster Central Blog


20 Jun

ICANN Expands The Web Domain Name System

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has expanded the web domain suffixes to endless possibilities.

Any word in any language will be available for use with the inclusion of new generic top-level domain names (gTLD’s) which would most likely be at a low price as they are currently. The downside is that not everyone would be able to afford the suffixes; there is an initial application fee of $185,000 and then a further annual fee of $25,000.

There is a potential for prominent brands today to take advantage of the upcoming change, as well as individuals.


19 Jun

Google Chrome 12 Released | 3D CSS



Google has upgraded Chrome once again to version 12; this time with enhancements to security, privacy and graphics.

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