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Today, Apple released the latest major update to the Safari web browser . This new version of Safari, which works on the latest version of Lion and the just-released Mountain Lion, includes support for the Web Audio API, bringing audio support that was previously only available in Google Chrome to a significant number of Mac users. You can obtain Safari 6 through the Software Update tool in Lion or by upgrading to Mountain Lion . I briefly tested some of my favorite recent implementations of the Web Audio API in this new version (under Lion) and found support to be rather hit and miss. Some examples worked, others reported that I needed Google Chrome for Web Audio API functionality. The biggest issue, unfortunately, is still codecs.
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Websites need icons, at least that's what I think. If you use it wisely, icons can be used to replace long and boring text. In this post, I have collected 11 icon sets that I'm pretty sure you will need them.
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