CSS

  • Twitter.com Experiencing “Rendering” Issues, So If You Like Ugly Websites, Visit It Now (UPDATED)

    Twitter.com Experiencing “Rendering” Issues, So If You Like Ugly Websites, Visit It Now (UPDATED)

    While it’s not the “fail whale” that became popular in years past, Twitter.com is indeed having some issues. According to a tweet by its support account, engineers are working on a “rendering” issue. A lot of Twitter users rely on mobile and desktop apps, so they might not visit the website at all. For those of you who do, though, the problem is impossible to miss. Read More

  • The Father Of CSS Talks HTML5, CSS3 (A TCTV Interview)

    Lots of abbreviations in the title and URL, but with an audience like TechCrunch’s I’m not too worried about the point coming across or not. At this week’s Opera press event held in Oslo, Norway, I had a chance to spend a couple of minutes talking to Håkon Wium Lie, who is not only the software company’s chief technology officer but also broadly known as the… Read More

  • Google Forces Web Standards Issue Using Sexy Buttons

    Google made a very minor but significant change to their search homepage earlier this week. While everybody else was distracted by the barcode logo, a few Chrome and Safari users may have noticed that the search buttons now have a certain zing to them, a new and pretty look, with slightly rounded corners, a border around them and a cool looking gradient. Now, before you think or say… Read More

  • Surprise! Sales of RealDVD suspended while Hollywood runs itself into the ground


    Note that I have nothing against Mr. Norris per se. You just knew this was going to happen. Sales of RealNetworks’ RealDVD have been suspended while Real fights Hollywood in court, forever. You already know what Hollywood’s beef is, that RealDVD allows people to illegally copy DVDs blah bah who cares. Rent, rip and retun all you want, I say. Take this line from the… Read More

  • Walgreens to offer DVD-burning kiosks

    Your first stop for a quiet Friday night at home might soon be the drugstore, not the video store. Actually, that’s assuming you haven’t discovered the joys of On-Demand and/or downloading movies directly to your Media Center PC or Apple TV. Walgreens is planning to outfit its stores with DVD-burning kiosks “in the next few months,” according to a company spokesperson. Read More

  • Finland Says CSS So Gimpy It's not Even DRM Anymore


    According to the Finnish courts, CSS — the DRM found on standard DVDs — is so weak that it doesn’t even count as a protective measure anymore. As a result, breaking CSS is no longer deemed circumvention of an “effective technological measure” simply because it’s no longer effective. Read More

  • Steve Jobs Says Not To Expect DRM-free Video

    Everyone except for this guy applauded Apple and EMI’s agreement to sell DRM-free music on the iTunes store. Enjoy it, but don’t expect to see DRM-free video any time soon. There’s two reasons why this is the case: 1) Apple doesn’t have as much clout in the movie industry as it does in the music industry and 2) people have more of an expectation of movies coming with… Read More