Internet Explorer 8 takes the web experience beyond the page and introduces a new way to seamlessly experience the best of the web whether you are a web developer writing to standards or an end-user discovering a new online service integrated into the browser – all with the peace of mind that you are using the safest, most compatible, and reliable browser, revealed a member of the Microsoft New Zealand IE8 Taskforce.
We are encouraging site administrators to get their sites ready now for broad adoption of Internet Explorer 8, as there will be a beta release in the third quarter of this year targeted for all consumers. To learn more and get started, please follow the step-by-step instructions located at the following link: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=120024.
So much so that all advances that IE8 brings, and all efforts poured into the evolution of the browser never get to take center stage. In this context, communication is the key to opening the eyes of the world on a new IE, now with Internet Explorer 8, and the latest initiative from Microsoft is designed to do just that.
A recently debuted Flicker photostream of the IE team is a superb initiative designed to offer a sneak peek into the group that is actually building Internet Explorer 8. Not “Microsoft-robots,” just your “average” Redmond dwelling geeks, albeit with extremely peculiar taste in food, from meat donuts to bacon chocolate chip cookies, and on a constant search for “8” in mundane items… Still, the IE team photostream on Flickr is available to all; so, have a look and meet the people building the next iteration of Internet Explorer.