Thanks to Simon for picking up on the news about Safari 1.1 — a release I’d yet to hear about — and the fact that it is starting to support XUL (as well as opacity, through -khtml-opacity).
Also, Robert Scoble suggests more details about XAML will be revealed Monday.
The BMO online banking site has redesigned, and is now faster and much more usable — especially when compared with Bell’s slow, convoluted mess. (Yes, I paid my phone bill just now).
The Globe and Mail ran a piece on the U.S. media (anchored by Al Gore’s rumoured plan to buy Newsworld International) Saturday that contained an enlightening explanation for one of journalism key tenets — objectivity. Seems money is what makes the world go round.
As for the process of journalism, Microsoft and Steven Johnson present two different ideas. (Personally, the latter’s concept of the Daily Us rings more true.)
And for a little balance in this blog, I proudly link to “Tables vs FULL CSS INTEGRATION.” Manifesto or sales pitch? You decide.