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Lessons learned from Indie Web Camp Germany.
Day forty nine.
Day forty four.
Bringing the conference series to a close with a bang!
Lyza is speaking! Squee!
Ongoing events in Brighton.
24 hours ‘till tickets go on sale.
Get ready to pounce on March 3rd.
Two-thirds of the way there.
Keep June 19th free in your diary.
Brain betrayal in Brooklyn.
What I did at Science Hack Day San Francisco.
Thank you, Europe. Next stop, America.
A productive weekend.
Reasons To Be Creative, Dots, Improving Reality, Indie Web Camp, Maker Faire, Laser Synths, and of course, dConstruct.
The line-up for this year’s dConstruct just gets better and better.
A pair of responsive design events in London.
Right after dConstruct.
The wheel turns full circle.
A handsome redesign with a touch of playfulness.
Responsive Day Out 2: The Squishening
Welcome to Brighton.
Everything you need to know about your trip to the seaside.
Did you miss out on getting a ticket? It’s not too late!
Boston to Austin to Baltimore to San Diego.
Come along to chat about organisational stuff’n’shit.
Grab your ticket for Responsive Day Out 2 tomorrow.
Thoughts prompted by the Edge Conference in London.
Seb and Remy will be dropping knowledge bombs.
Hijax, Youjax, we all jax for Pjax.
Popping the Connections cherry in style at 68 Middle Street.
Thinky, thinky, talky, talky.
Three cities in two weeks.
Getting excited and making things with science in the best possible venue.
Two days in geek paradise.
Five weeks and counting to dConstruct 2013.
Rounding up some of Europe’s web gatherings.
Out of the park.
Counting down the days.
Liveblogging Josh’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Liveblogging Scott’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Liveblogging Luke’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Liveblogging Jon’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Liveblogging Eric’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Liveblogging Jeffrey’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Just two weeks to go.
A line-up change and an after-party.
Get a ticket while stocks last.
Come on down to Brighton on March 1st, 2013. A great day out for £50!
A day of front-end fun in Brighton.
The audio (and transcript) is available for your listening (and reading) pleasure.
Preceded by the mind-blowing awesomeness of Brighton SF.
The places to be.
Geeking it up on both sides of the Atlantic.
Brighton SF just got even better.
Preparing for the Brighton Digital Festival.
I’m gathering together some sci-fi authors the evening before dConstruct.
A conference in Texas. No, not that one.
The Brighton Digital Festival returns.
May: The Netherlands, Belgium, and Canada. June: nothing. July: Barcelona and Austin.
I’m going to be moderating two panel discussions. What should I ask the panelists?
Save the date: September 7th, 2012 is going to be a fantastic day in Brighton.
Read the transcript of my talk from An Event Apart 2010.
Want to join me on a horse ranch in the Rockies?
I left my Event Apart in San Francisco.
I had fun at Build in Belfast but alas, I didn’t make it to Science Hack Day in San Francisco.
Documenting the infinite loop between science fiction and reality in digital art, cinema and gaming.
Annoying iOS developers for fun and for serious.
All the fun of the Maker Faire.
dConstruct 2011 was great …in my opinion.
Putting content first by combining responsive design with the CSS3 flexible box layout module.
I’m preparing a workshop for dConstruct on responsive design.
A look back and a look ahead.
The dream of independent publishing is alive in Portland.
Conferences in the UK.
Five weeks ‘till Brighton goes type mad.
Failing to explain what made An Event Apart in Boston so special to me.
Hyperlinks of digital preservation.
Liveblogging Jared’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Ethan’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Luke’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Veerle’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Whitney’s presentation at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Jeffrey’s opening talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Gathering many design principles into one document.
Revisiting the origins of the internet.
From Web Directions @media to Science Hack Day.
Call yourself a web designer?
Once again, the data shows confusion between sections and articles in HTML5.
Another excellent event apart.