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    A short show following the iPhone 4 announcement. We discuss Steve Jobs’ opening keynote at WWDC, from its announcements to the problems. The lack of Mac announcements irritates us but we could see it coming, sort of.

    Errata for this show: Safari 5 was in fact accounced at the Safari State-of-the-Union.

    Also: Dave’s iPad experience, the hello Show Wii Tournament, and Listening to the hello Show Requires Ownership of a Wii.

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  3. HTTP 203: Is Safari the new IE?

    In this episode, Surma and Jake chat about:  

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      Catch videos from the HTTP 203 series →   Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers →

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