Four short links: 27 October 2010

Cleaning HTML, 3D Android Home, Autoupdating, Data Refining

  1. Bleach — HTML sanitizer, which some might say is an impossible task.
  2. TAT Home — a gesture-powered 3d home screen for Android.
  3. Omaha — the autoupdater used in Chrome and other Google projects, open sourced.
  4. Google Refine — Freebase GridWorks has new home and new name, with new checkins happening all the time. An excellent ETL tool for figuring out what data you have and getting it into the right format.
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  • Thanks for the heads-up.
    I really like the look of TAT Home. I just tried to sign up for the beta tester program but it’s already closed :(

  • I’d be curious to read more about Bleach. By far the best tool in this area has historically been HTML Purifier. It would take a lot to convince me to use something else.

    http://htmlpurifier.org/

  • The html santizer is quite handy, cleared up a few of my old web pages.

    Did I use to write html like that, I was rubbish????