Category Archives: chrome

EWS Melbourne

What follows is roughly the text of a talk I gave last week at the Extensible Web Summit in Melbourne. The Point of Extensibility Mark, apparently, “volunteered” me to give a lightning talk last night over a dinner that I wasn’t at, so apologies in advance if I run short or long. Something that comes […]

Thoughts On A Job Done

Most of the time, when a bit of software you work on floats out of your life and into the collective past, there’s a sense of mourning. But that’s not how I feel about Chrome Frame. The anodyne official blog post noting the retirement six months hence isn’t the end of something good, it’s the […]


As the over-heated CSS vendor prefix debate rages, I can’t help but note the mounting pile of logical fallacies and downright poor reasoning being deployed. Some context is in order. Your Moment Of Zen The backdrop to this debate is that CSS is absolutely the worst, least productive part of the web platform. Apps teams […]

Non-Admin Chrome Frame, Now Stable!

The title says it all: you can now put a link like this in your app and users will get the stable version of either admin or non-admin Chrome Frame, depending on what rights they have on their system: <!–[if lt IE 9 ]> <p>Your browser is <em>ancient!</em> <a href="">Upgrade</a> or <a href=""> install Google […]