Say “web app” One. More. Time!
It was twenty years ago today.
Musing on a thirteen year old piece of writing on the web.
Liveblogging Luke’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Responsive images, compressive images, and icon fonts. Take your pick.
Finally, a cure for the common bug.
Reclaim what you publish: come along to IndieWebCamp in Brighton on September 9th.
May: The Netherlands, Belgium, and Canada. June: nothing. July: Barcelona and Austin.
Matt has accepted the challenge I threw down in my Webstock talk (which has now been transcribed).
Talking to the browser makers about vendor prefixes.
Hyperlinks relating to CSS vendor prefixes.
I went all the way to New Zealand and all I got was this kick-ass conference.
Pausing to give thanks.
Archiving a special mention by the greatest archivist of them all.
How I wish that conference audio were as widespread of conference video. Speaking of which, I’ve transcribed my talk from the Update conference.
A Christmas letter.
The website of the book.
Listen, watch or read the presentation.
I travelled. I talked.
This. This is how we should build for the web.
The Breaking Development conference was the perfect platform for discussing all things mobile.
The transcription of the audio of the panel: hot stuff!
The dream of independent publishing is alive in Portland.
Conferences in the UK.
The web is agreement.
Am I hot topic or not? I want your suggestions for this year’s @media.
The fine print.
How hash-bang URLs violate the robustness principle.
Let’s get together and feel alright.
Liquid vs. fixed has been omitted. We regret the error.
Oh, the humanity!
My favourite to-do list app gets an update.
A-wwilfing we will go…
That “new book” smell.
From Web Directions @media to Science Hack Day.
It’s big. It’s on the web. It’s a show. It’s The Big Web Show.
Read what Ben Ward has written.
There is nothing in this world more bitter than Spring.
Read Write Huffduff Screencast Web
Scribbling in the margins of the rule book.
Adventures in the land of the rising sun.
Liveblogging Sean McGrath’s closing keynote at XTech 2008 in Dublin
Liveblogging a presentation by Steven Pemberton at XTech 2008 in Dublin.
When does web development become systems administration?
Back from Berlin.
Less expo, more Berlin.
My speaking duties are fulfilled.
A panel, a presentation and two minutes of Roy Orbison wrapped in clingfilm.
oh hai. i maded u a skejyool. kthxbai.
Reporting on some vibrant communities in Spain, in Brighton and on the Web.
It’s 10pm. Do you know where your data is?
Speaking and listening at Fundamentos Web 2007.
Next stop: Asturias.
The double meaning is deliberate.
Short but very sweet.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
Hypertext footnotes from my appearances at the Web 2.0 Expo.
The biggest small town in the West.
I’m going to San Francisco.
Cheekiness and gravitas in equal amounts.
A running commentary of the fun at FOWA.
I’m back in London for a conference that means business.
Clearleft has a YouTube star.
Love it or hate it but you’ve got to have an opinion on Twitter.
A great conference with the best post-conference activities ev-ah!
What a conference!
Good talks, good people.
I’m acclimatising to the time zone.
I’m off to Canada for Web Directions North.
Take the test.
Think you can’t afford to come to Web Directions North? Think again.
A grandiose title for a cosy unconference.
Now with added Flickry goodness.
It’s time for me to expand my Australian horizons.
Two thumbs up from me.
Day one is over, and what a day it was!
Web Directions South 2006 is in full swing.
Australia, here I come.
Comments are enabled… but with a twist.
Heads up. Flickr and Del.icio.us have made some changes.
Many happy returns.
I wrapped up some MP3s in a feed.
A month of globe-spanning webucation.
…the kingdom was lost.
Reboot is over. It was fun.
The XTech 2006 conference provided plenty of food for thought.
The presentation by the two Andies has been brought into line with pending trademark applications.
Help yourself to a rich serving of web dev resources.
Amazon’s newest web service has no face, but I think it’s got legs.
Websites aren’t built; they’re grown.