The Google Chrome team has launched a plug-in that embeds their rendering engine inside Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8:

Thanks to this plugin, developers will now be able to give these users an option to at least switch to a faster rendering engine by just adding one single line of code to their sites.

If you don’t think this is awesome, or don’t realize how massively important this could be, you are pants-on-head retarded.

WebKit, inside Internet Explorer.

I’ll wait here while you dance around your office and sing.

As promised, I am now Google’s bestest-best friend.