Safari & bacteria 08 Jan, 2003
If you're a Mac aficionado this is old news. Apple has released a new public beta Mac-only browser called Safari, surprisingly based on KHTML rather than the Gecko engine. What is truly amazing is how fast people like Mark Pilgrim have gotten hold of the browser and taken it for a pretty thorough test drive.
Minor site update: the
links navigation item to your left is now a view… I need to fully populate it over the next couple of days, so if you're not in there yet, do not fret!
Later: I'm pretty impressed with Safari, especially given its beta status. All of my regular haunts look good in it. Interestingly, most of my regular haunts use CSS for layout.
So, Safari could be a real contender soon, but boy do they need to get rid of the default 72 DPI setting. Nasty — my site is even smaller! Add me to the list clamouring for tabbed browsing too.