It’s a wide, wide web.
A simple little pattern for form submissions.
The web is not a platform.
Brainstorming a markup pattern.
We must go deeper.
Hell has frozen over …you can now comment on my site. But there’s a catch.
A little retrospective.
API shall not kill API.
Getting consistent browser behaviour for the placeholder attribute.
You can quote me on this markup pattern.
What’s the first thing you do?
Tweaking the dConstruct 2012 site for performance.
The slow disappearance of a storage medium.
Progressively enhancing form fields.
Have your combo-box cake and eat your select fallback too.
Let’s get together and feel alright.
Our civilisation needs to hit Ctrl+S.
Luke W. puts his research where his enthusiasm is.
Behind the scenes of the latest Clearleft site.
Form follows… another form.
Microformats go marching on. Now with more options.
Hacking Last.fm’s API.
Liveblogging the first ever PaperCamp in London.
Better podcasting with microformats.
A cross-cultural miscommunication.
Matthew Levine is an overlord of the Lazy Web.
A day of geekiness in London.
An hCalendar schedule for your subscribing pleasure.
One week in Baile Átha Cliatha.
A conference in California.
Even better than Werewolf.
You can take it with you.
Take my style sheet. Please.
My speaking duties are fulfilled.
oh hai. i maded u a skejyool. kthxbai.
Presentation: done. Conference: done.
When is an hCard not an hCard?
Make microformats work with your writing style.
Progressive disclosure with hCard and OpenID.
24 hours to dConstruct 2007.
I am dConsiderably nervous and excited.
I get back from New York and Google makes a big microformats announcement.
OpenID and microformats, two great flavours that taste great together.
Tickets are about to go on sale.
Embedding one little thing inside another little thing.
Let me count the ways.
Sounds like a Billy Bragg album.
Some people’s names lie on the lesser side of the 80/20 ratio.
A microformats video lasting one minute and one second.
Docs, books, people and technologies.
My presentation is done.
Not everything has to be a microformat.
Cheekiness and gravitas in equal amounts.
Day two of the unconference.
Get the line-up in hCalendar.
BarCamp London 2: electric boogaloo.
Good talks, good people.
A new site looks like a golden opportunity for vote-links.
A few of the things I’ve been writing about recently come together.
Drew has published a little article by me on his advent calendar.
A roundup of resources tangentially related to museums and semantics.
Discussing the meaning of meaning.
The Web is about distribution, not centralisation.
The en dash is your friend.
The minor explosion of a social network.
I delivered my spiel on microformats.
You can’t swing a cat without hitting a microformat these days.
The triple bill of talks went smoothly.
London yesterday, London tomorrow… I’ve turned into a commuter.
This is my honour roll: it was an honour to meet these people.
A pre-conference booze-up, a mapping workshop, and a microformats picnic.
Three microformateers at BarCamp London.
Microformatted social networking goodness for dConstruct.
I’ve smeared some Ajaxy API calls all over my journal entries.
I’ve transcribed the text of the microformats panel I sat in on at South by Southwest.
Something tiny this way comes.
The XTech 2006 conference provided plenty of food for thought.
You can use the hCard microformat in plain English sentences.
Not a blogroll.
Websites aren’t built; they’re grown.
How a harmless mashup landed me a place on a panel at SXSW.
Party like it’s SXSW06