This graphic isn't just beautiful; it charts out every major browser's compatibility with elements of HTML5 and CSS3. In a nutshell, things look pretty good. For the fully interactive version (the one that makes sense), look here: [html5readiness via infosthetics]
HTML5 And CSS3 Readiness Across All Browsers
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