An amusing thing to note that's not really related...

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Jan 23, 2010
11:21 PM EDT that the html5 testtube page ( has invalid html in it that breaks it from displaying properly.

I see on the page:
Quoting:Right now we support browsers that support both the * Google Chrome

If you look at the source you see:
Quoting:<p>Right now we support browsers that support both the <video> tag in HTML5 and the h.264 video codec. These include:</p>

So whoever coded that page made the amateur mistake of putting the actual tag instead of using the proper codes for the tag characters, thus breaking display of the page. hehe.

Jan 24, 2010
5:01 PM EDT
At least they should have used a backslash to close the tag I suppose.

Jan 24, 2010
5:37 PM EDT
The Internet is in the very best of hands!

Jan 25, 2010
5:09 PM EDT
People forget to use the "lt" and "gt" tags to get < and > ... not looking at the page after you code it is a recipe for this kind of disaster.

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