Roundup for January 31, 2011

  • Today IANA allocated its last two /8 IP ranges. The Internet is now officially out of old-style IPv4 addresses.
  • Very cool: Making music with the New York subway map: http://www.mta.me/ by Alexander Chen
  • Google’s Julia Map fractal generator is pretty cool and a dangerous time sink: http://juliamap.googlelabs.com
  • Tom Leadbetter notified me (Thanks!) that the video track subtitle format has been changed from SRT to WebVTT – not sure how I feel about this, but an update to VideoSub is now certain!
  • Chrome and Safari get beta builds with the Web Audio API – this is different from the Audio Data API from the Mozilla team and there will be much confusion until these two proposed technologies have been united…

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