Other days, other eyes.
Not all media queries are created equal.
My answer to a deceptively simple-sounding question.
The hacks we shouldn’t have to do.
To love something, it has to be set free.
Finally, a cure for the common bug.
For shame, Microsoft.
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What should I ask Brian Aldiss, Lauren Beukes, and Jeff Noon?
Reclaim what you publish: come along to IndieWebCamp in Brighton on September 9th.
Brighton SF just got even better.
“Common” breakpoints are the new fold.
Responding to responsiveness, as prompted by MacUser UK magazine.
A day of robots, science hacks, digital preservation and the new aesthetic.
A mobile-first approach to UA-sniffing.
Responsiveness in the second dimension.
From another world.
A Christmas letter.
A grab-bag of stories, illustrated with maps.
I had fun at Build in Belfast but alas, I didn’t make it to Science Hack Day in San Francisco.
A future-friendly approach to mobile-first responsive design.
Who knows where the time element goes?
I have come here to watch an all-night movie marathon and chew bubblegum. And I am all out of bubblegum.
Going to Belfast.
I travelled. I talked.
Documenting the infinite loop between science fiction and reality in digital art, cinema and gaming.
The birthplace of the Future Friendly movement.
Want to go to Science Hack Day San Francisco? Organise a Science Hack Day in your town.
Our collective creativity, no matter how ugly, is worth preserving.
The dream of independent publishing is alive in Portland.
Liveblogging Ethan’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Veerle’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Another way of ensuring Internet Explorer gets your layout styles.
Solving that pesky Windows Phone 7 problem.
An excellent night of narrative exploration in Brighton.
Attempting to patch a bug in Mobile Safari.
Clarifying the problem space of responsive web design.
We are dark stardust, we are golden, we are puppets.
An excellent weekend spent finding stories within data.
An oEmbed nip here, a responsive design tuck there.
I miss Arthur C. Clarke.
An advent calendar for fonts, complete with responsive layout.
My project at Science Hack Day San Francisco
Oh, the humanity!
A responsive refresh of adactio.com that takes progressive enhancement to the next level.
Giving the UX London site some extra flexibility.
The new Salter Cane album is available for your listening pleasure.
Responsive web design is about more than just media queries.
I’m with Team Sharkjumper.
If I can do it, so can you.
From Web Directions @media to Science Hack Day.
A bit of HTML5 and a slap of CSS3 …for science!
There is nothing in this world more bitter than Spring.
Greetings, I write you as a humble spacefaring probe…
The Guardian building is the perfect venue.
We have a place and a date for Science Hack Day.
Your wiki needs you.
We should have a Science Hack Day.
All of these moments will be lost in time.
My petitions to the makers of markup.
Popping my Django cherry.
The death and social life of great American cities’ small urban spaces is here for you to use.
Designing for tomorrow, yesterday.
Geocities is no longer here for you to use.
Past and future.
The importance of transparency.
The story of how one of my Flickr pictures came to be used in a Hollywood movie.
Liveblogging Luke Wroblewski at An Event Apart San Francisco.
Liveblogging a presentation by Daniel Burka at The Future of Web Design.
Liveblogging a talk from Andy Budd at The Future of Web Design in London.
Liveblogging a session from Steven Pearce and Andy Clarke at the Future of Web Design.
Gaming, social networking, whatever.
Epic meme win.
A conference in California.
I have good cause to celebrate in Las Vegas and Austin.
Version targeting again. And again. And again.
The default behaviour of Internet Explorer’s new version switching is still very, very wrong.
The default behaviour of Internet Explorer’s new version switching is very, very wrong.
Agreement and disagreement.
Fresh blood on Halloween.
My invisible friend has a bigger Dunbar number than your invisible friend.
An SMS-based adventure game plus an exhibition by our local Flickrstar.
Shock and anger.
Even if you don’t like it, let us have our fun.
Never mind the technology, it’s all about people.
Bless the Bad Science column.
The power of language and semantics.
An awards ceremony that means a damn.
I feel like I’m in a Wim Wenders film.
The most faithful Philip K.Dick adaptation yet.
The film of the graphic novel.
Something tiny this way comes.
The perfume of the movie of the website… you read it here first.
Not everything is black and white.
Some tips for when (not if) you see the film Primer.