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HTML 5 Canvas Experiment Hints At Things To Come 321

Posted by timothy
from the faux-phlash dept.
An anonymous reader writes with an interesting and impressive demonstration of modern browsers' HTML 5 capabilities. "From the 9elements blog: 'HTML5 is getting a lot of love lately. With the arrival of Firefox 3.5, Safari 4 and the new 3.0 beta of Google Chrome, browsers support some great new features including canvas and the new audio/video tags. [...] We've created a little experiment which loads 100 tweets related to HTML 5 and displays them using a javascript-based particle engine.' The site warns "(beware: sophisticated browser needed)"; Firefox 3.5 seems to work fine.

Comment: Re:Doesn't ANYONE here know how the Neilsons work? (Score 1) 176

by penttan (#16368585) Attached to: Nielsen Ratings in the Age of the Internet
Disclaimer: I work for a company that produces TV ratings.

It is probably true that diaries (in addition to people meters) are still used in the USA. In Europe, practically all countries have a people meter panel.

Personally, I find this a bit odd as the USA is probably the biggest TV market in the world. One would think that they would also have the most accurate audience measurement system.

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