This edition of Sunday Morning Blogging will be about me more about Google Chrome 3 than me watching the Marquez-Mayweather fight (although as of this writing, the ones battling are the undercards yet).
For those of you who are not aware of new features that Chrome 3 bring then here's the summarize version:
New Home/ Tab Page
The most noticeable part about Chrome 3 is the homepage. The design of the homepage has been tweaked and users can now rearrange thumbnails of most-visited websites by simple clicking and dragging gestures. Additionally, users can "pin" the thumbnails to where they are so that they are not replaced by others in due course. The homepage is also customizable now, with the user getting options to show and hide what he wants on the homepage.
This feature is one of my favorites because I like to match my desktop color theme with my browser. You can download themes directly from its menu.
Better HTML5 Support
The stable version of Google Chrome now supports HTML5 and will now prove to be a decent competition for Firefox 3.5, which recently added the same. HTML5 enables the browser user to natively play video encoded in the open source Ogg Theora format and Ogg Vorbis audio, which provides for manipulation and editing of video without the use of an external program. Need I say more?
This I really notice when I open sites like Twitzap and Plurk.com together. Both sites really packs up the resources because both sites use extensive Ajax scripts which Google Chrome 3 has handle perfectly.