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Bentley’s New Continental GT

Bentley Motors invites you and a guest to an exclusive preview of the new Bentley Continental GT. From the company’s earliest days, we’ve created cars that set new standards in automotive design and engineering. At the start of a new decade, we’re unveiling our latest masterpiece, the new Continental GT, a stunning coupe that blends classic Bentley DNA with contemporary design and modern technology. The perfect fusion of supercar performance and handcrafted luxury ensures the remarkable, new Continental GT creates a revolution of its own. Join us in celebrating a new chapter in Bentley’s automotive history.

5300 Melrose Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90038

7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

HTML5 Websites for iPads

Apple has setup a page on their website, dedicated to showing off the abilities of HTML5 in a standards based browser such as Safari. These websites include interactive content, such as iPad-friendly videos and photos.

Using the Safari browser, users can pan around a 360-degree view of the entrance to Apple’s iconic Fifth Avenue store in New York City, watch an embedded trailer for the forthcoming film “Tron” and manipulate scale and perspective, or flip through a gallery of photos. The material is all available at the new site.

“Every new Apple mobile device and every new Mac — along with the latest version of Apple’s Safari web browser — supports web standards including HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript,” the website reads. “These web standards are open, reliable, highly secure, and efficient. They allow web designers and developers to create advanced graphics, typography, animations, and transitions. Standards aren’t add-ons to the web. They are the web. And you can start using them today.”

Seven different sections of content highlight the capabilities of HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. Apple acknowledges that not all browser offer the support found in Apple’s devices, but notes that “soon other modern browsers will take advantage of these same web standards — and the amazing things they enable web designers to do.”

The demonstrations also show off the different typography and design flexibility available with HTML5, the ability to embed audio into a website, and manipulate a 360-degree photo of three iPod touches. The site also features a link to the Safari Dev Center, offering more information about HTML5 for developers.

The promotional website also features a link to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ public letter on Adobe Flash, in which he slammed the Web format as unfit for the modern era. Jobs believes that Flash “falls short” in the world of mobile computing, which is why it is not available on devices powered by the iPhone OS, including the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.