I’m looking forward to the rollout of CSS 3D to modern desktop web browsers (and, hopefully, mobile web browsers).
This demo (clearly inspired by Cooliris) shows an interactive HTML document being manipulated in 3D.
Simon Fraser has a detailed explanation of CSS 3D’s capabilities.
And here is a video showing off CSS 3D Rotation.
Very cool stuff!
Just noticed this trick by accident!
Safari on the iPhone normally limits you to 8 windows. This limit is not enforced if you open a url from another app when Safari is not running in the background.
1. Open 8 windows.
2. Hold the square button until Safari disappears (10 seconds). This shuts down the Safari process.
3. Go to Weather and press the Y! icon in the lower left. This will open a new Safari window even if you are over the limit.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 as often as you like to create more windows.
Stuck it on Digg.
The Nokia n800:
Opera Version “8.5 Internal” Build “2.0.31”
The flash version tester says 7.0.0.
The Nokia 770:
Opera Version “8.02 Internal” Build “1.1.50”
The flash version tester says 6.0.82.
The opera.ini file is largely the same between the two versions, however the n800’s cache settings are much higher.
- I changed the user agent spoof – it was originally set to 3 – meaning Opera on the 770 by default pretends to be IE 6.
- I’ve been using Opera for several days now and the settings may be quite different from the original opera.ini file. Other than the user agent, though, I haven’t directly edited this file.
- The Mylo ini file is from an unknown source and may or may not be the default settings for that device.
- I sorted the sections of the Mylo’s ini so that they were in basically the same order as the sections in my opera.ini to make comparisons easier. The unsorted version is here (original source) and here (backup).
Descriptions for ini sections for the desktop version of Opera are here.
It seems that Google Reader recently changed their UI to show the number of unread items in a feed when you mouse over it in the feed list. That’s great news! Now I can uninstall the greasemonkey script I wrote to fix this myself. Basically, the problem was that if the title of the feed was too long, the unread number would get pushed out of the feed list pane.