Google's Chrome has come a long way in just 4 years - it recently surpassed Internet Explorer to become the most popular browser and is now available on so many platforms and devices we wonder how we ever did without.
1. Checkout Google Chrome Experiments
Chrome Experiments is a showcase for creative web experiments, the vast majority of which are built with the latest open technologies, including HTML5, Canvas, SVG, and WebGL. All of them were made and submitted by talented artists and programmers from around the world. Our Favorite is this chrome experiment from Arcade Fire.
2. Give Credit Where Credit is due.
Google's Chrome and ChromeOS incorporate a lot of code and modules from all over the world. Google credits the open source projects and companies behind Chrome on a special page within Chrome - you can see the full list with links to code contributors that Chrome is based on such as Apple and Netscape by typing chrome://credits/ in Chrome's Omnibox. Chrome OS Credits are here: chrome://os-credits/
3. Take a trip down memory lane
Google has posted a Chrome Time Machine - a timeline of Chrome milestones and fun side-notes. If Chrome's first 4 years are any indication of what the future holds I can't wait.
4. Borrow or Rent a Google Chromebook from Coolhead Tech.
We love our Chromebooks and want to share with you the advantages of using the Chromebook for Business. Austin Businesses can borrow a Chromebook free for a day or rent Chromebooks by the month - complete withGoogle Apps for Business - from Coolhead Tech.
Did You Know? Both Coolhead Tech & Google Chrome debuted in September, 2008.
Google Chrome Blog: Celebrating 4 years: from a better web, to your web