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I'm not sure why your comment is down-voted. The article isn't written well.

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<aside> is in HTML5.

<abbr> would be incorrect for this usage. You could, perhaps, stretch the use case of the "i" element (not "em"), though a simple span would probably be the way to go.

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I'm love-hate, lately, with these two "extreme" breweries: De Dolle Brouwers, and Dogfish Head

I've also been enjoying Three Floyds' Alpha King Ale.

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yes, dogfish head 60 Minute IPA is the closest you'll get to cask in a bottle

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It seems to me that the Wired article was written after the TechCrunch article in the same vein.

First Last.fm; now this. That makes 2 TechCrunch articles in 2 weeks that make some kind of big, unsubstantiated claim. For hits, perhaps. Maybe fake journalism is their new weekly feature.

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I get it now.. Techcrunch is trying to emulate the heavyweight in journalism right now: The Onion. :P

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The Web Inspector is actually part of WebKit itself (the rendering engine). You can get any improvements that happen there and between the chrome (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) by downloading WebKit nightlies: http://nightly.webkit.org

This update is for Safari itself, which is the UI/chrome.

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As it is part of WebKit it on Linux you can play with the inspector using Arora

http://code.google.com/p/arora/wiki/Screenshots

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The built-in web developer is definitely on-par with Firebug and Web Developer. In some ways it's even nicer.

As far as plug-ins go, Safari's had them for years. Apple just doesn't support them or advertise them.

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Historically, Arial rendered better on Windows than Helvetica, so to offer Macs a form of Helvetica over Arial, you'll generally see:

  font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Arial, sans-serif;

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Yes, and GHFigs is pointing out that the article said:

  font-family:Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;
which is self-defeating.

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If you're going after an English-speaking audience, look into getting an English-fluent copywriter (or speaker) to give things a once-over.

"Can't Express Yourself in traditional Resume ?" is your tag-line, huge, and very stilted -- that space (" ") should also not separate "Resume" and "?".

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Yes, you may come across a cool idiom to use in your code by procrastinating and reading blogs. You may also come across a cool idiom by coding, looking at your code and thinking: how could I do this better; share your code with someone you could learn from, or read a book or two on your language of choice.

Don't make excuses for your procrastination. Accept that procrastination is sometimes just a fun alternative to what you need to get done. Luckily, the end of the article shies away from the bombastic title.

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Official Google are usually hosted on "blogspot.com" (googleblog.blogspot.com).

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