Apple just released Safari 4. Now with more glass reflections! Apple is also showing off that their new browser is the only browser that has passed the ACID3 test with a perfect score. Now I know that is music to EVERY web designer and developers ears. To see all 150 features in the new browser, click here.
Foxmarks, the excellent bookmark syncing and backup addon for Firefox has now made its way to Safari on Mac and Internet Explorer on Windows (why? seriously, come on IE sucks). Foxmarks for Mac allows sync and backup of bookmarks among as many PCs and Macs as you so choose. All it needs is a quick and easy set up of a free Foxmarks account, that lets you view your bookmarks anywhere you can get to a browser, and then just install the sync software on your machine of choice. It’s great for those of you, like me, that use a Mac at home and a PC at work and was forever taking copies of bookmarks backwards and forwards.
So if you’re in the market for some sync-tastic bookmark utility, go check out Foxmarks and enter into seamless syncing bliss.
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Finally. A perfectly legit copy/paste way to get stuff from Safari and into an email. It’s not perfect, but it is still awesome. There is no app to buy or install. It is all script based and goes into the PasteBud.com servers. Gizmodo has the video demo. Check it out.