In case you weren't aware, Microsoft is officially leaving Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10 in the dust on January, 12th. Parts of the world may be mourning, but we couldn't be more delighted! If you happen to adore Internet Explorer, not to fear, IE 11 is still here, but they are simply ceasing their support for the earlier versions of Internet Explorer. IE 8, 9 and 10 have unfortunately lagged behind in the race of developments for years, and we think it's wise of Windows to stop providing support for these browsers. Many great, helpful functions for new websites are often not supported by these older versions of IE. Here's a humorous illustration of how Internet Explorer typically compares to it's competitors:
Facebook has asked users to show their support for France and the people of Paris by changing their profile pictures to contain an overlay of the French Flag. Facebook has added such a feature, which (in part) prompted me to write a blog post on flags, symbols and their meanings. Though some are criticizing Facebook for being too selective with their support, others are questioning whether adding this overlay is any support at all. So what does the French Flag really mean? Does adding the French Flag to your profile picture show support?