@media, CSS 3, and browser news

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I’ve been at @media Europe 2007 today, watching some top-notch presentations about the current and future state of the web. I think Dan Cederholm’s Interface Design Juggling was the pick of the bunch, although it was a close-run thing.

Six hour-long sessions, interspersed with a couple of work-related emergencies, then home for dinner and more work, leaves me with little time to go into detail, but I’ll post more over the weekend. Tomorrow looks like being a good day too; I’m particularly looking forward to Håkon Wium Lie’s talk, 1 Web, Acid 2 and CSS 3.

Just time to quickly mention that the latest alpha of Firefox 3 has been released, as has Camino 1.5, which has partly answered my previous question by implementing a lot of useful features.

Meanwhile, there are a couple of lengthy but interesting posts on CSS3.info (part one, part two) explaining the situation and progress of CSS 3, written by one of the invited experts. Worth a read.

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