The state of the art in animated gifs: full-screen and scrubbable. Kiss your productivity goodbye.
Amen, Lyza, Amen. Instead of treating web development for the multitude of devices out there as an overwhelming nigh-on-impossible task, let’s accept the fact that there are certain things that are beyond our control. And that’s okay.
Let’s build on the commonality core to the web where we can. To do this, I think we need to let go of a few things, to lay down our burdens.
Related: do websites need to look the same in every browser? NO!
Balancing complexity and control.
A very in-depth article on visually representing Boolean logic in an interface. Stick with it; it's worth it.
These thoughts on identity control reminded me of The Laughing Man from the first series of Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex (and not just because Jan Chipchase lives in Tokyo): "People like to manage and manipulate (with various degreesâ€¦
Eric explores the dark cabbalistic world of attempting to style form controls. This explains why he doesn't use the universal selector for resetting default styles.
He described the atmosphere on the world wide web as a free-for-all that was “close to that of unpoliced conversation.” Um... I have to admit that I've never had a policed conversation, online or off.