Tags: blogging

Writing from home

Personal publishing.

In dependence

This is my website. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

Parsing webmentions

Hell has frozen over …you can now comment on my site. But there’s a catch.

Not tumbling, but spiralling

I’m going to miss Tumblr when it’s gone.

Designing for Touch by Josh Clark

Liveblogging Josh’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.

Responsive and Responsible by Scott Jehl

Liveblogging Scott’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.

It’s a Write/Read Mobile Web by Luke Wroblewski

Liveblogging Luke’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.

Billboards and Novels by Jon Tan

Liveblogging Jon’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.

Strong Layout Systems by Eric Meyer

Liveblogging Eric’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.

Your own words

Reclaim what you publish: come along to IndieWebCamp in Brighton on September 9th.

Pepys out

The end of an internet era.

Eighteen

Pausing to give thanks.

Ten

Happy birthday to this.

Jared Spool: The Secret Lives of Links

Liveblogging Jared’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.

Ethan Marcotte: The Responsive Designer’s Workflow

Liveblogging Ethan’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.

Luke Wroblewski: Mobile Web Design Moves

Liveblogging Luke’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.

Veerle Pieters: The Experimental Zone

Liveblogging Veerle’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.

Whitney Hess: Design Principles — The Philosophy of UX

Liveblogging Whitney’s presentation at An Event Apart in Boston.

Jeffrey Zeldman: What Every Web Designer Should Know — A Better You At What You Do

Liveblogging Jeffrey’s opening talk at An Event Apart in Boston.

The medium is the short message

The limits of Twitter.

Drafty

Publish or be damned.

Slight return

Back in blog.

An Event Apart Boston, Day One

Wrapping up a day’s liveblogging and speaking

DIY UX: Give Your Users an Upgrade (Without Calling In a Pro)

Liveblogging Whitey Hess at An Event Apart Boston 2009.

Designing with Psychology in Mind

Liveblogging Joshua Porter at An Event Apart Boston 2009.

Thinking Small

Liveblogging Jason Santa Maria at An Event Apart Boston 2009.

Content First

Liveblogging Kristina Halvorson at An Event Apart Boston 2009.

Revealing Design Treasures from The Amazon

Liveblogging Jared Spool at An Event Apart Boston 2009.

PaperCamp

Liveblogging the first ever PaperCamp in London.

An Event Apart, Day One

Wrapping up a day’s liveblogging in San Francisco.

Implementing Design: Bulletproof A-Z

Liveblogging Dan Cederholm at An Event Apart San Francisco.

The Framework Age

Liveblogging Liz Danzico at An Event Apart San Francisco.

Shepherding Passionate Users

Liveblogging Heather Champ at An Event Apart San Francisco.

The Lessons of CSS Frameworks

Liveblogging Eric Meyer at An Event Apart San Francisco.

Understanding Web Design

Liveblogging Jeffrey Zeldman at An Event Apart San Francisco.

AMEE — The World’s Energy Meter

Liveblogging a talk by Gavin Starks at XTech 2008 in Dublin.

Building the Real-time Web

Liveblogging a spontaneous panel from XTech 2008 in Dublin.

Browsers on the Move: The Year in Review, the Year Ahead

Liveblogging a talk by Michael Smith at XTech 2008 in Dublin.

Using socially-authored content to provide new routes through existing content archives

Liveblogging a talk by Rob Lee at XTech 2008.

David Recordon’s XTech keynote

David delivers a state of the Web address to the geek nation.

Iteration and You

Liveblogging a presentation by Daniel Burka at The Future of Web Design.

From Design to Deployment

Liveblogging a presentation by Jon Hicks at The Future of Web Design.

Print is the New Web

Liveblogging a talk by Elliot Jay Stocks at The Future of Web Design.

Getting Your Designs Approved

Liveblogging a presentation from Larissa Meek at the Future of Web Design.

The User Experience Curve

Liveblogging a talk from Andy Budd at The Future of Web Design in London.

User Experience vs. Brand Experience

Liveblogging a session from Steven Pearce and Andy Clarke at the Future of Web Design.

Commentary

Backing up my position on blog comments with some quotes.

Ghost in the Machine Tags

You can now associate Flickr pics with my posts.

Watching the stream

This life stream idea has legs. Also: why Yahoo Pipes and Ning won’t be duking it out.

Whither Twitter?

Why bother? What’s the point?

And debate goes on

Civilised discourse on icons and data formats.

Streaming my life away

Squishing RSS feeds together.

Taking back the Web

A grandiose title for a cosy unconference.

Comments on comments

Examining the results of the comment experiment.

Pictorial Ajaxitagging

Now with added Flickry goodness.

The comments of crowds

Comments are enabled… but with a twist.

Bedroll

Not a blogroll.

Further comment

Following up on the comments controversy.

Comments on community

Be careful what you wish for when you’re building social software: not all communities are beneficial.