Paul Irish on Chrome Moving to Blink

by Mat Marquis

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  1. I wish people would stop picking on the BLINK tag. Not because I liked it but because the guy who created it did it as a joke and didn’t know his team was going to put it into any public implementation. It’s just too easy of a target to try to make yourself look clever by picking on it.

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  2. Good stuff. I think I was most excited to read that Google is finally doing something about webfont rendering for Chrome on Windows. Can’t wait to see the results.

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  3. Yea the like Michael mentioned the rendering in Chrome on Windows is poor, despite many ‘fixes’ floating around at the moment that technically arent, if this move aids on improving things then its welcomed.

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  4. @Christian Z.
    It’s not necessarily picking on blink tag per se, but rather always reminding us of the massive social and technical implications that a small change in a browser, even a minor one, can make on the whole web.

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