Dan's new book will be out soon. I predict it will be great: the subject matter is exactly what CSS coders need to know.
Archive: June, 2005
A Greasemonkey version of my zoom layout bookmarklet. Great stuff!
A wonderful hypertextual essay in praise of Elsa's excellent photography.
Audio from Reboot 7. Ben Hammersley, Cory Doctorow and more.
Geo-tagging meets social software. I must check this out and investigate the API.
Slides from Ben Hammersley's talk at Reboot 7 in Copenhagen. I can't wait for the MP3.
There's now a centralised resource for microformats. Read it, bookmark it, fall in love with the future of the Web.
Mike is leaving Disney. He's off to build Web 2.0.
So it begins... dispelling the myths and spreading the good word about DOM Scripting.
Tom Coates, Heather Armstrong and others weigh in with their thoughts. Tom has a sexy radio voice.
Cory Doctorow's new novel is out. Buy the dead tree version or download and enjoy, it's your choice.
Eight people, including myself, explain what's so great about CSS.
PayPal moves into the territory of merchant accounts. With an API no less!
An interview with Niklas Zennström.
Coolest use of Automater ever. Send an SMS form your phone to your POP account and your Mac will call you back over Skype to play you an MP3.
Here's one for Joe Clark. Helvetica (and some Arial) found in England.
A very handy little preference pane that allows you to toggle Dashboard on Tiger on and off.
Ernie's been writing online for five years. Mozzeltof!
Mike Stenhouse tackles the usability concerns raised by Ajax apps, specifically the breaking of the back button functionality.
I could have told you that.
Andy is selling Jon's socks for charity. Bid early, bid often.
Joe asked a bunch of us to define semantics. Mine is the facetious definition.
A really nice use of the Flickr API.
An XML format from Google that describes the structure of websites. A semantic sitemap.