Google this month dropped Internet Explorer 6 support in Google Apps and YouTube, and others are lining up at idroppedie6.com. Still, even newer versions of IE suffer from poor standards support, and there are doubts about the just announced IE9. To put this in perspective, BillforBill.com is adding up the costs of all the workarounds that web developers have to go through to make it buggy browser work. After just a few days and only 233 submissions the total is over $9 million. Have you added your time yet?