Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Chrome Comics Hot off the Press

Google just released a beta Windows version of their open-source web browser called Chrome. While that is news in itself, I think the way they are explaining the features using a comic book format is fantastic! The graphic presentation of why Chrome exists and how it works is not only quick and easy to read, but intellectually convincing as well.


1 comment:

David Gerard said...

"We are so, so happy with Google Chrome," mumbled Mozilla CEO John Lilly through gritted teeth. "That most of our income is from Google has no bearing on me making this statement." http://notnews.today.com/?p=57

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