The Answer to Facebook’s Universal “Like” Button: OpenDislike

Last week, Facebook unveiled its universal “like” button, furthering its goal of world domination in the process. Thus, it was inevitable that someone, somewhere would develop the universal “dislike” button. OpenDislike.org, which is powered by German identity manager yiid.com, is really more proof of concept than something that is ever likely to be largely used […]

Magic Piano for iPad Is Music to Our Ears [Video Review]

Magic Piano by Smule was one of the iPad apps we couldn’t wait to try; now we’ve tried it and we’re in love. While many view the iPad as a device to consume content, if Magic Piano is any indication it’s also going to be a device to help create music. I got to speak […]

The New IE9: More HTML5, CSS3, and No Windows XP

Today Microsoft released the developer preview of Internet Explorer 9. It’s the first look we’ve had at Microsoft’s flagship browser since it first revealed details late last year. The preview is bare-bones: after playing around with it, I can tell you that it doesn’t have much in terms of user interface — or anything else […]