Tags: book

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Battle for the planet of the APIs

API shall not kill API.

One moment

Archiving a special mention by the greatest archivist of them all.

HTML5 For Web Designers

The website of the book.

Analogue

Reading in the sky.

Ethan

There’s a book I want you to read.

Have Kindle, will travel

I want to love my Kindle, I really do.

DOM Scripting, second edition

My first book has been updated (though not by me).

Home-grown and Delicious

The Pembertonisation of my bookmarks: I’m hosting my own.

Unboxing Apart

That “new book” smell.

2010-06-25

Friday on my mind.

The Big Web Show 2: HTML5 Boogaloo

It’s big. It’s on the web. It’s a show. It’s The Big Web Show.

Announcing HTML5 For Web Designers

I’ve only gone and written another bloody book.

Culchavulching

In Brighton, no-one can hear you geek out.

Authors On Tour — Live!

For your huffduffing pleasure.

Anathem

A spoiler-free appraisal of Neal Stephenson’s latest work.

Reading immaterial

Something for your digital bookshelf.

The Invention of Air

The next book by Steven Johnson.

hCard Wizard

Matthew Levine is an overlord of the Lazy Web.

Silverbacking

The Mac app from Clearleft that might further the cause of usability testing.

dConstructicon

Get your ticket while the server’s up.

Colossal

Preserving computer history.

Visual

Links to pretty pictures of data.

Mi.gration

Moving bookmarks.

Facebooked up

So icky.

Macback

I got my laptop back just in the nick of time.

Ticked off with Apple

My Macbook sounds like a timebomb.

Feed reading

Trying to find the sweet spot for RSS.

Social networking

Let me count the ways.

The good book

One laptop lid closes, another lid opens.

Hybrid Design and the Beauty of Standards

Hypertext footnotes from my appearances at the Web 2.0 Expo.

Victoriartifact

A gift from another time and place.

Further flung reading

Links from a keynote.

Print matters

Things to have and to hold.

Announcing Bulletproof Ajax

Begin the countdown to the book launch.

Opera in London

Despite some technical hitches, I gave a pretentious little talk.

Reflection

I reflect on a design trend possibly started by Apple.

That syncing feeling

I’ve been getting my emails, contacts and calendars in order.