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Dec 27th 2011 10:46AM Wow man. Good luck and happy trails.
I really can't wait to see what you have planned and feel like a new gaming site is a good thing. Just like The Verge and Engadget can co-exist, so can whatever you'll be doing next and Joystiq.
It's been a great ride. Thanks for everything.
Sep 1st 2010 11:47AM Works great, albeit slightly slow due to the browser effects, in Chrome of course but it brings Safari to a halt. Just a word of warning.
Aug 30th 2010 1:21PM The artwork, alone, looks stunning.
Aug 30th 2010 1:17PM And here I thought they were just random symbols. Pretty cool.. would've never guessed triangle for head though. That seems a bit abstract.
Aug 17th 2010 5:39PM Rawk!
Aug 17th 2010 5:30PM Hogwash!
Aug 17th 2010 4:58PM @Thomas Houston Oh yeah, that too!
Aug 17th 2010 4:48PM Yet another reason to take things on Twitter, especially from celebs, with a grain of salt. You just never know.
Oct 21st 2009 2:26PM I can honestly say this is a lot faster than Browsershots. Only took about 1-2 minutes to render 4-5 versions, which you can click between (depending on browser selected).
Onion skinning isn't as useful to me, but the side-by-side view is pretty neat.
In most cases I'd be using this to see if my site looks okay in IE6.
Sep 18th 2009 1:19PM My brother was pulled over for having a loud muffler (not once, but three times) and finally he just traded it in.