A very handy interface for browsing the contents of the HTML5 spec.
Archive: September, 2009
A wonderful collection of World War II propaganda artwork.
I can't wait till those posters are available to buy.
In search of typographical consistency in government departments.
An interesting take on the business models of social networking sites.
One of the more frightening things I've ever seen on the internet.
A detailed document from Apple on their products' total carbon footprint.
A very in-depth article on visually representing Boolean logic in an interface. Stick with it; it's worth it.
I think that reports of the death of the blog have been greatly exaggerated but I agree with just about everything written here.
Using Google Chrome Frame in IE will give users of assistive technology the same shitty to non-existent experience they would get in the actual Google Chrome browser.
A pattern library that considers colour blindness.
My new favourite Flickr pool.
Best. Appropriate domain name. Ever.
It's not very often, I must confess, that I see a poem about CSS. You know a technology is in its prime when people start talking about it in rhyme.
A wonderfully engaging history of Johnston Underground.
Scroll to the bottom to see a nice robots-into-zomies effect.
Six degrees of separation as applied to Wikipedia articles. Read on to find the Kevin Bacon of Wikipedia pages.
This is wonderful, just wonderful; an in-depth piece on corridors in science fiction movies. Swoon!
An entertaining and accurate history of markup up to and including HTML5.
An examination of behavioural contagion in social networks.
A hands-on account of the new accessibility features in the iPhone. Sounds like a great experience.
Getting font-linking to work in all browsers.
The official word on that darned space.
A $15 PDF book on jQuery from Cody Lindley.
Ted explains what all those HTML5 documents for authors are about.
I've been comicified (again), this time with my HTML5 Super Friends.
If you live in the US, there's a good chance that I'll be speaking at a city near you in 2010. Here are five dates and places for An Event Apart; I'll speaking at all of them.