After a decade-long run, Camino is no longer being developed, and we encourage all users to upgrade to a more modern browser. Camino is increasingly lagging behind the fast pace of changes on the web, and more importantly it is not receiving security updates, making it increasingly unsafe to use.
A sad day. Camino was my browser of choice on OS X for many years — basically before Chrome for Mac came out and before Safari got halfway decent.
But the writing has been on the wall for a while. As momentum shifted from Gecko to WebKit, the changes in the browser landscape were fast and furious. There was some talk of Camino staying alive by shifting to WebKit, but with that now being forked…
The good news, as noted by Morgan:
Fortunately, Mac users have many more browsers to choose from than they did when Camino started ten years ago. Former Camino developers have helped build the three most popular – Chrome, Firefox, and Safari – so while this is the end of Camino itself, the community that helped build it is still making the web better for Mac users.
Built in the 9th century and located in Chand Baori, India, this is the deepest stairwell in the world which was once used every day in order to get water at the bottom.
this photograph intrigues me so much! why isn’t this the most famous photo from 9/11 instead of the falling man? isn’t 2 people holding hands after jumping more significant than 1 man? it makes me wonder what the story is behind this photo, were they friends or lovers? or just strangers who were too scared to jump alone? it shows that people need a helping hand even in their final moments, i love it.
Fucking reblog today; tomorrow. Any day I see it on my dash. Beautiful. I for one think they were strangers. Sometimes it’s easier to care for a stranger, how else would they have found the courage to not only jump, but to look into someone’s eyes and jump. I don’t think I could have done that if I knew the person well.
i just got the chills
This post by Antone Gonsalves for ReadWriteWeb is getting a well-deserved kicking, but people are missing the funniest bit:
Because if studies stemming from the introduction of high-definition TVs are any indication, most people won’t be able to tell the difference between today’s HD displays…
Apple is aggressively pushing iOS 5 updates on devices. iOS 5 already is 20% of the traffic for many networks. Case in point is Chitika’s AD network.
Where as in Android’s case we have to wait for more than a year if you bought the device through one of its “partners” like Samsung/HTC/LG….