Google I/O circa 2009 (2 web-years before mix11): web-standards are good for all. Go HTML5. Open up the web. get as many people on the web. etc. (also tips on how to speed up the web)
Mix2011: See the above quote. Even though this is just the view of one fanboi, i think it sums the view of others beside him, mybe even of the presenter.
No full screen icon for html5 video mode on Google Chrome! Only for sliverlight :(
@Tim: sorry about that, we just use the browser's native HTML 5 video control, so if Chrome doesn't have one, then you don't get one
As far as I know, full screen is not in the HTML 5 video spec, so it is up to each browser to add it if they wish
I would like to see IE9+ to automatically update the rendering engine as it begins to implement more and more HTML and CSS standards. Even in the future when it's near it's end of life, it would be very beneficial to the web development industry because we can count on it supporting the standards. This comes back to the separation of code practices. If you build it separately, the UI can remain IE9, but the engine will inherently support new features.
That would be AWESOME!
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