The election is only two weeks away, which means the political arguments are getting pretty heated-particularly on Facebook, where intelligent discussion is something one can only dream of. Unpolitic.me takes those annoying political posts and replaces them with Instagram pictures.—Unpolitic.me Replaces Political Facebook Posts with Links to Cat Pictures
The web sure is a'changing. Check out the Chrome-optimized version of the NY Times. It works in other browsers, but it's noticeably faster and more rich in Chrome (at least compared to Firefox 4). Very nice. The rest of the article has similarly nifty "web apps" for Chrome.
this is our first actual glimpse of Google’s new unbranded “Cr-48,” the very first Chrome OS laptop. Google will distribute the laptop through its Chrome OS Pilot Program, in a sort of public beta. You actually have to apply to join the program, and there’s going to be a limited number of the laptops available — retail Chrome OS models from Acer and Samsung will be available in the middle of 2011.
This might be a netbook game changer. I can imagine a future where laptops, netbooks and even desktops have a web mode where they load a slim OS that is just a browser running in a restricted sandbox.