This website has changed and since your browser has most likely cached the previous content and home page you should delete your browser's cache.
You should probably do this anyway since there are many unscrupulous companies using tracking cookies to cross-sell you things as you visit various sites around the web.
I would re-explain why this is necessary but there is a fairly good explanation on the new homepage that you can read at your leisure.
But LabTools still didn't just appear. Since browser technology was not what I wanted I went the other direction and built a web-based infrastructure using mainly server-side technology. I demoed it to a few colleagues I got the surprising response, 'hey...where is all the Web 2.0 stuff?' Turns out that users really want snazzy browser utilities and client-side processing, so I shelved the tool. Today I'm just completing the cycle of merging HTML5 utilities with that back-end infrastructure and putting it all to good use.Go Back
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