“Multiple tower upward lightning flash captured at 9,000 images per second in Rapid City, SD on 6/16/10. A preceding downward positive ground flash triggers upward leaders from seven towers, three of which are visible in the video.”
Archive for July, 2010
The following video from Mozilla’s UX designer, Alex Faaborg, makes the justification for why tabs will, by default, be placed above the location bar. It almost feels as if the browser is being designed to support both WIMP interfaces and touch/gesture based interfaces as well. Visually, the changes are welcomed. I enjoyed Safari 4 beta which experimented with this layout and of course Chrome ships with this configuration already. Check out the video.