To be honest? I’m not even a big fan of Google Chrome, the browser that was developed in-house by the big G and released to the public a few months ago. Granted, it’s an interesting project, but I already have a foxy browser to which I’m commited and fully satisfied, thankyou very much! Regardless, Chrome is still an interesting browser (much better than Internet Explorer, which I utterly despise) and there are progressively more people out there switching to this browser.
Well, as much as I’m not into Google Chrome, I could not help but notice they’ve released a wonderful technical documentation in comic book format, which is so good it made me want to use their browser for some time, back in the day. Whether or not you’re a Chrome adept, this is something you’ll want to check it. It was authored by comics visionaire Scott McCloud , a creator whom I very much admire (in fact I’ll make a follow up post on him soon enough) and in my opinion, it’s the single best piece of software documentation that ever saw the light of day! Here, check out the first page and click forward to read the whole 39 pages for free on the official website!