Teksavvy published the legal documents and the court recording of the Voltage Pictures LLC vs. John & Jane Doe case. This case is probably going to be a landmark case about BitTorrent file sharing in Canada since BMG Canada Inc vs John Doe about 10 years ago.
In an email sent out on Monday, Apple invited developers to prepare
their software for OS X Mountain Lion by joining the Developer ID
program, which will allow for apps to run on a Mac or iOS device that
is protected by the upcoming Gatekeeper anti-malware system.
This issue of A List Apart includes two articles about CSS3 vendor prefixes. I certainly don’t want -webkit- to become the new IE6. It is however difficult to move forward with the clumsy standard process.
@ppk definitely made a point here: use -alpha- and -beta- prefixes for standard, though I would insist that vendor prefixes should be left in the browser not only for compatibility, but also for innovation until these innovations can be moved into the standard process.
Fountain is a simple markup syntax for writing, editing and sharing
screenplays in plain, human-readable text. Fountain allows you to work
on your screenplay anywhere, on any computer or tablet, using any
software that edits text files.
Markdown works for the web. Fountain works for screenplays.
Domain specific languages do rock.