Posts Tagged ‘Web browser’

Google is going offline

May 11, 2009

They say it’s a “small experiment”, but the idea of Google advertising on TV is really, really scary.

Read more from AdAge.

Opera is getting old!

April 28, 2009

In a very old-fashioned way…

Opera

Happy birthday!

“I won’t support IE 6 in 2009”

January 5, 2009

Dine twittered this quote few days ago, and I couldn’t agree more. Why are we still supporting IE6?

This article from Ajaxian shows that IE6 still have a high percentage of internet users: 20%.

I know the best way to get rid of this 20% is to stop supporting IE6, forcing the final user to upgrade. But how to do it when your (internal and external) clients are unable to upgrade it by themselves? Grrrr!

Save a developer in 2009: stop using IE6!

Download Day 2008

June 11, 2008

Firefox® Download Day 2008 is a campaign aiming to break the “most downloaded software in one day” world record. Sounds like I am not the only one in the world with nothing to do.

However, as a developer, I support any action, movement, etc, to make people upgrade their web browsers.

So, please, if you are still using any Internet Explorer version, that’s a perfect time to change! Go Firefox®, Go!

http://www.spreadfirefox.com/en-US/worldrecord