All of the web geeks out there, and you know who you are, will like this little tidbit from Surfin' Safari, the blog run by the Webkit developers. It seems that Webkit, the browser engine the powers Safari and is available for developers to use, now supports some elements from CSS3.
CSS, which stands for Cascading Style Sheets, is a markup language that can be used to separate the content and design of a webpage. The CSS3 standard is still in draft form, but Webkit now support 3 parts of it, as well as part of a fourth. The post has the full gory details.