In a half hour, I'm going to be on the Web 2.0 Expo Browser Wars panel with a cast of incredible folks. A couple of weeks back, I had the privilege of doing something similar on a browser panel expertly moderated by Arun Ranganathan.
As a part of that panel, Brendan, Lars, Arun, John, and I all agreed to post a list of links to demos and such that showed off what our latest browsers are doing. Belatedly, here goes:
The browser wars panel is designed to be a discussion, so we didn't use any kind of presentation media. So here's a list of demos and resources so that you can learn more about stuff we talk about. Pictures speak volumes about what gets us excited about the web, anyway.
The Web O' Wonder Website works in browsers that support the latest web standards.
IE Test Drive. Need I say more about bias? Showcases HTML5, with the promise of some demos that may work cross-browser.
Here's a presentation I gave, which may actually have a Firefox bias, given that I showcased technologies that were "Moz" prefixed (e.g. MozOrientation). Still, shows off some great demos in a variety of arena (Geolocation, etc.).
To get maximum mileage out of these, you'll want a fast PC with the latest Chrome or Firefox.
The CopperLicht Stuff from Ambiera blows my mind every time.
Flight of the Navigator is a really compelling mix of different elements.
Remixing Reality is really compelling demo of the use of models.
The WebGL Demo Repository at Khronos contains demos that are classic GL ones (that 3D programmers are all well familiar with).
Can I Use provides incredibly useful feature matrices to determine which browser supports what in the HTML5 and CSS arena.
Quirksmode is the go-to place for compatibility tables.
Hacks is Mozilla's showcase for articles, demos, and API updates.
HTML5 Rocks features great stuff about HTML5, and includes code snippets and documentation for developers.