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Using HLML5 as a wrapper around Flash, Is it a Possibility?

Could Adobe technically & legally use HTML5 as a wrapper to deliver just the video subset of Flash capabilities using Flash’s file format & proprietary codecs as an alterntive to whatever Apple, Microsoft & Google want to promote? Find out how Opera’s CTO Hakon Wium…

Google I/O 2010 Highlight Reel – Netbook Nation #17

Google I/O 2010 took place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco May 19-20. The conference had some interesting revelations, the most significant for netbooks and the Web was Google Annoucing Support for Web M, whose most outstanding feature is the video codec VP8. Micheal…

Father of CSS Demos HTML5 & CS3 Style Sheets at Google I/O

The future of the internet is HTML5, the last spec upgrade to HTML4 was around 1998. Hakon Wium Lie the Father of CSS talks about HTML5 & CS3 and how it is going to make 1 internet. The internet is the internet regardless of what…

HTML5 – Ogg Theora vs H.264 Why Should the Average Joe Care?

Ogg Theora & H.264 are video codecs that we use to play video. The debate around them is about which one is going to be used in HTML5.  HTML5 is being developed as the next major revision of HTML, so its basically a big ol’…

HTLM5 & CS3 Basics Explained by the Father of CSS

HTML was first conceived of by Tim Berners-Lee in the last half of 1990 and was drafted into official documentation in 1995. It was updated again in 1997 to 3.2 again in 1998 to 4.0 1999 4.01 and finally in 2000 ISO HTML which was…