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Intro to Australis from Madhava Enros on Vimeo.

This two-minute video is an overview and walk-through of the “Australis” changes to the Firefox User Interface.

More detail here: blog.mozilla.org/ux/2013/11/australis-is-landing-in-firefox-nightly

Wake Alarm for iPhone from Tiny Hearts on Vimeo.

Slap, flip or shake your phone to get up with Wake the beautiful and intuitive alarm for iPhone.

No more fumbling with your phone in the mornings. With Wake snoozing is just a slap away, literally! Placing your hand over your phone will trigger the snooze, while flipping over your phone will turn off your alarm. And for heavy sleepers like myself there’s the shake mode which forces you to shake your iPhone until you get up.


What solutions have been found to properly redirect after authentication with OAuth?

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Greeting from Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee on the Web’s 25th anniversary from Web25 on Vimeo.

Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the Web in 1989, invites people to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Web, and also to join the activities organized by the World Wide Web Consortium (w3.org) and World Wide Web Foundation (webfoundation.org) in 2014 and beyond to address some of the threats to the future of the Web. As Berners-Lee says, “Together we have built an amazing Web. But we still have a lot to do so that the Web remains truly for everyone.” For more information about Web25 activities, visit webat25.org.

Happy 25th Birthday Web!



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