Score One for the Goog

Ryan Bailey

Last week, Google released an early-stage version of Chrome Frame for Internet explorer, a piece of software that aims to make high-performance web apps digestible by the IE mainstream. This was done in anticipation of Google’s next big thing, Google Wave, which aims to bridge the gap between text messaging, e-mail, and online bulletin board systems, a gap that I didn’t even know existed… until now! Thanks, Google! Seriously, though, I’m looking forward to trying it out. If you want to know more about Chrome Frame, you can read Google’s blog post, watch the video on YouTube, or better still, try the Internet Explorer plugin if you haven’t already.