I was going to write a scorching review of the article on Ars Technica called Mac Browser Smackdown
, mostly because the author doesn't seem to get iCab and uses some extremely vague criteria for evaluating software.
However, after reading the comments on the Ars Technica forum I decided not to bother. Most of my comments have been said already. I'll just point out that the author seems to think that Cocoa is the only way to develop OS X native software. John Gruber of Daring Fireball fame as written some lovely rants about that, which I'll just point you to: Daring Fireball: I Would Not Feel So All Alone
With that out of the way I'll point all of you to the following that was featured in the latest b3ta newsletter (B3TA : NEWSLETTER : ISSUE 102
>> Libraries are cool <<
This is a lovely celebration of all that is cool
about libraries, sent to us by a proud mate of the
creator. The electroclash/lo-fi music and Jet Set
Willy references make this fucking ace.