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  1. 2011.05.06 Decentralized Web Stardard in the future
  2. 2011.03.27 Firefox4 released
 

Decentralized Web Stardard in the future

Creativity | 2011.05.06 23:49 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Imagine a web where our browsers connected directly to each other to do voice, video, media sharing and run applications, using P2P and real-time APIs, rather than going through centralized servers that controlled traffic and permissions. That's a potent idea and if implemented properly could future-proof a part of the web from authoritarian crack-downs, disruptions by disasters and more. It could also establish a permanent lawless zone of connected devices with no central place to stop anyone from doing anything in particular.

It just so happens that something like that may now be under development in the most official of venues. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced today the formation of a new Web Real-Time Communications Working Group to define client-side APIs to enable Real-Time Communications in Web browsers, without the need for server-side implementation. The Group is chaired by engineers from Google and Ericsson. It sounds like Opera Unite to me (see video below), but democratized across all browsers. It sounds like it could be a very big deal.

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Here's how Opera described its Unite technology at launch two years ago. Opera is always several years ahead of its time.

This explains what decentralized web standard is.

Source: http://is.gd/TQhOGK

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Firefox4 released

Creativity | 2011.03.27 02:34 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Recently, Firefox4 has been released to the public on the web.

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Firefox4 Download links

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/fx/

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/features/

 

 

These are what has been improved with Firefox4.

Awesome Bar

Awesome Bar screenshot  Get to your favorite sites quickly – even if you don’t remember the URLs. Type your term into the location bar (aka the Awesome Bar) and the autocomplete function will include possible matches from your browsing history, bookmarked sites and open tabs.  The Awesome Bar learns as you use it—over time, it adapts to your preferences and offers better-fitting matches. We’ve tweaked it to give you greater control over the results (including privacy settings) and increased performance so you find what you need even faster.

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Tabs on Top 

Tabs are above the Awesome Bar to make it easier to focus on the content of the sites you visit.

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Firefox Button (Windows and Linux) 

All your menu items are now found in a single button for easy access.

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Bookmark Button 

Manage your bookmarks in a single button. Find your favorite links without getting bogged down!

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Simplified Reload/Stop Button 

Your Awesome Bar now features one easy button to stop loading pages or reload pages.

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Home Button 

The Home button has been moved to the right side of the search-field.

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App Tabs 

Take sites you always keep open—like Web mail—off your tab bar and give them a permanent home in your browser.

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Switch-to-Tab 

As you’re opening a new tab or typing in the Awesome Bar, Firefox will check to see if you already have that site open. If you do, you’ll be directed to the existing tab so you don’t open a duplicate.

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Organize your Tabs with Panorama 

Too many tabs? Reclaim your browser from tab clutter! Panorama lets you drag and drop your tabs into manageable groups that you can organize, name and arrange in a fun and visual way. To get started with Panorama, simply select the Tab Groups icon when you customize your Navigation Toolbar or right click any tab to Move to Group.

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Click to watch Firefox4 videos

http://videos-cdn.mozilla.net/serv/marketing/firefox4/FF4_VO_1_852x480p.webm

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