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With better support for scripting and features like the
Looking at the markup more closely reveals that this particular setup even uses the
<canvas&rt; element to create the ‘reflection’ beneath the image (which other implementations of this do not do)
It seems like the future has already begun. And I’m not terribly impressed by what I’m seeing.
The Flash problem is made up of two issues. One is its poor implementation which maxes out CPUs, kills batteries and burns your laps. It’s merely a technical problem. The big philosophical problem, however, is that Flash provides a powerful set of tools to people who want to annoy people surfing the web, e.g. advertisers. With HTML 5 providing them a set of very similar tools right there in the browser, I am tempted to think that killing Flash will only solve the small technical problem but not the really annoying one.
yo it’s > semicolon not &rt semicolon (for “greater than”, not “right tag” which seems how you have interpreted it!)
@Ryan: cheers, fixed!
Received data seems to be invalid. The wanted file does probably not exist or the guys at last.fm changed something.