AeroFS is file sync without servers. Nico Kaiser wrote about how it works and what is good and bad about this new service, especially compared to Dropbox.
Some good debates about hgroup on HTML5 Doctor. (Via Twitter / Bruce Lawson)
When (Some) Important Internetty Stuff Was Launched/Funded is an timeline of internet companies and services of the last 20 years.
lovely ui is a collection of mobile UI elements, mobile patterns and more by Diana Frurip.
Roger Johansson explains how to clip text with CSS3 text-overflow.
Social publishing and reading web site Scribd will abandon Flash and will convert uploaded documents to HTML5 web pages. (Via TechCrunch)
The new version of Google Goggles can now recognize and translate text and has improved barcode recognition. (Via Official Google Mobile Blog)
After introducing a new look for search on the computer Google announces similar changes to search for mobile. (Via Official Google Mobile Blog)
HTML5 For Web Designers by Jeremy Keith is out for pre-order from A Book Apart.
HTML5 spec is 900 pages and hard to read. HTML5 for Web Designers is 85 pages and fun to read. Easy choice. (Via Adactio, Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report, Jason Santa Maria)
Veer joins Typekit. Veer typefaces include Corner Store, Hooligan, Adage Script, Peachy Keen, Annabelle, Baroque Text, Bookman, Buena Park, Hellenic Wide, and Tamarillo. (Via The Typekit Blog)
With the Google Map Custom Marker Maker you can create your own custom marker for Google Maps. (Via Twitter / Christian Heilmann)
A new Google Chrome beta is out, with some nice new features like more synchronising options, Geolocation API, web sockets, native Flash support and more. (Via Google Chrome Blog)
Matt Cutts posted a list of Andorid Apps that he loves.
Google App Engine will support XMPP to allow communication in real-time. (Via Google App Engine Blog)
Some readings on HTML5 from last week: Jeremy Keith writes about his thoughts on HTML5, and so does Jeffrey Zeldman in his article Loving HTML5. The HTML5 Super Friends have significant concerns about some aspects of the HTML5 specification.
O’Reilly‘s ETech Conference will be discontinued. (Via Tom Coates on Twitter)