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AOL Explorer? Another new browser built on the Trident rendering engine? In 2005? From the August 24th article, “It is the right mix of features, new technology, and proven software (read: IE renderer) for AIM and AOL users.” Emphasis and disbelief mine. Permalink

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Flavor of the Month Mike Davidson with an early look at his favorite feature (read: the one he begged and pleaded for) from the soon-to-be-released Mint. Permalink

Better than Girl Scout Cookies Jeff Croft goes door-to-door breaking down the breakdown from his favorite Mint feature, the User Agent 007 Pepper. Permalink

Fresh ‘N Yummy Keegan Jones, one of the guys who brought you the ShortStat Widget signs off on Mint—and Junior Mint, the Mint Dashboard Widget. Permalink

Mint Is Good And Good For You Pretty-in-pink Matt Thomas does his soul-searching with Mint…and what does he find? Permalink

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Pimp My Mint In which Mister Hicks pimp-slaps me and pushes Mint’s GUI sweetness. (For the record, I think the Mint logo is completely derivative of Jon’s beautiful icon/logo work.) Permalink

Improving IE7’s CSS 2.1 parser The IE7 team is cleaning house apparently—and having fun doing it. Permalink

Pepper Makes Mint Better Stan’s bit about Mint’s extensibility is just his subtle way of telling me to hurry up and add all the features he requested that I haven’t gotten around to yet. Permalink

Doctor Inman’s Mint Despite the “Post No Notice” signs, Kevin Cornell has papered the town inviting you to check out Mint’s Watched Pages feature. Meet him down at the crossroads, right before sunset. Permalink

Mint-Thousand-And-One: A Stats Odyssey Rob Weychert cues the monolith music and invites you to join him as he gapes in awe at his Unique Referrers feed. Permalink

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Work Less Looking for hosting? (mt) Media Temple is offering 15% off all hosting accounts. Permalink

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