An earthquake with at least a magnatude of 4.3 struck Kent last night at around 8PM. Although it was said the tremours were felt as far as Essex and Sussex, I didn’t feel a thing!
Coda takes a Camino—style approach to tab design, while CSSEdit’s is more Safari. I prefer CSSEdit’s personally, it’s clearer which tab is selected and it does it with less visual elements (or visual clutter). But there’s no reason why OS X should have so many different styles of tabs for documents. It’s one of the last few user interface widgets1 that has yet to be standardised, but one that is becoming increasingly popular.
Hopefully Leopard will feature a default tab widget for Cocoa that most people will adopt to use in their applications, and hopefully it’ll look something like CSSEdit’s elegant implementation.
This has to be one of the most engaging and dynamic movies I’ve seen for a long time at the cinema. Gerard Butler makes a convincing and very powerful King Leonidas, not only with his physical presence but also with his body language and thundering voice.
The battle scenes were brilliantly shot. They reminded me of the long three minute fight scene in Old Boy, beautifully choreographed, elegant and powerful. Some would say it was too bloody, but the gore adds to the realism and creates a marvellous visual sceptical. Unlike in The Matrix: Reloaded, I just wanted the long battle scenes to keep on going.
Although I already knew the outcome of the ending, it didn’t spoil it one bit. There are some cheeky moments which break the tension very well, making this a very well balanced movie.
I highly recommend you watching this movie.