An interview with Andy, reminiscing about the early days of Clearleft.
I really enjoyed chatting with the guys on the The Dirt podcast about progressive enhancement, but my goodness; it certainly sounds like I need to switch to decaf! Yappity-yapity-yap!
I’m an advocate for progressive enhancement. Tom Dale is not. But even though we may disagree on that, there’s a lot to like in his sensible, balanced answers to some sensationalist linkbaity questions.
It’s not that the pace of innovation on the Web is slower, it’s just solving a problem that is an order of magnitude more challenging than how to build and distribute trusted apps for a single platform. As we saw on the desktop, it may take a few years to catch up to all of the capabilities of a native, proprietary platform, but in terms of the impact it will have on humanity, forgive me for not losing sleep if we have to wait a few years for it to arrive.
Here’s a fun little interview I did recently, mostly about work stuff. It’s available for your huffduffing pleasure.
One thing that really bothers me is the way I repeatedly said “guys” to refer to my colleagues at Clearleft. I must stop doing that.
This is a great summation of the origins of Science Hack Day from Ariel.
This episode of Click on the BBC World Service does a great job of distilling some of the ideas and themes from this year’s dConstruct.
Two years ago dConstruct’s theme was “Playing with the Future”. Last year it was “Communicating with Machines”. This year’s theme is “Living with the Network”. Click interviews artists, writers, hackers and coders about surveillance, connected devices, big data, and whether the ideals of the internet have been too far corrupted for them ever to be preserved.
I was interviewed for a feature in issue 257 of net magazine.
In this interview, I pause. And continue.
I had a good ol’ chat with Justin Avery from Responsive Web Design Weekly. We talk about performance, Responsive Day Out, and yes, progressive enhancement.
I met Cesar at An Event Apart in San Diego earlier this year. We had a nice lunchtime chat and he suggested that I come on his show, Pencil vs Pixel. I was, of course, honoured and I accepted his invitation immediately.
Almost six minutes of me squinting in the sun and sharing my reckons while seagulls squawk in the background.
I had a nice chat with Michelle from Future Insights about the web and long-term thinking.
Paris Review – “One Murder Is Statistically Utterly Unimportant”: A Conversation with Warren Ellis, Molly Crabapple
Molly Crabapple interviews Warren Ellis. Fun and interesting …much like Molly Crabapple and Warren Ellis.
I really, really enjoyed this chat with Conor, especially the quick-fire round.
Note: I’m happy to report that between doing the interview and its publication, I managed to get the redesign of The Session out the door.
Trent and I answered a few questions for the Responsive Design Weekly newsletter.
Bruce sits down for a chat with Hixie. This is a good insight into the past and present process behind HTML.
There’s an interview with me in the new issue of Offscreen Magazine. Some of sort of clerical error, I’m guessing.
This might well be the best thing Wired has ever published. I wish every article were in this format.
Here’s an interview I did during the Smashing conference in Freiburg.
I had a lot of fun chatting with Chris and Dave on the Shop Talk Show. It is now available for your listening and huffduffing pleasure.
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This is like a video version of Huffduffer (without the timeshifting). It’s very nicely done.
Thoughts on artificial intelligence, computation and complexity.
I wish more tech bloggers wrote like this.
I could listen to Vint Cerf all day.
I think that it’s perfectly reasonable to have packets raining down from satellites, IP packets just literally raining down from satellites and being picked up by hundreds, if not millions, of receivers at the same time.
Andy gives his thoughts on this year’s dConstruct. He does a good job of explaining what to expect, and—more importantly—what not to expect.
The lovely (and responsive) Great Discontent site has a lovely interview with Dan, who is lovely.
Chris Anderson interviews Mark Andreessen.
I had a chat with the guys from Pingdom about performance’n’stuff. If I sound incoherent, that’s because this is a direct transcription of a Skype call, where, like, apparently I don’t, y’know, talk in complete sentences and yeah.
An interview with George Dyson, whose next book—Turing’s Cathedral—sounds like it’ll be right up my alley.
Harry interviews Glenn about web intents (web actions). Glenn gives a good clear explanation of what they are.
Ariel is interviewed by Seth Shostak. Science! Science! Science!
Interview with Lyza Danger Gardner - How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Set my Mobile Web Sites Free - Ubelly
A great little interview with Lyza, wherein she outlines her future-friendly attitude to web development.
A lovely interview site that has been beautifully and responsively designed.
A quick chat with me in the hallway after my talk in Seattle.
In which I answer some questions about the making of Huffduffer.
If you speak Flemish, you might enjoy this article based on a chat I had with a Belgium journalist.
If you don’t speak Flemish, well, just move along.
Here’s a gem from the past: a thoroughly fascinating and gripping interview with Paul Baran by Stewart Brand. It’s thrilling stuff—I got goosebumps.
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Matt is, as usual, eloquent and inspiring.
Excellent huffduffing fodder: "The Box is a series of short interviews with people who make cool stuff, hosted by Tim Van Damme."
I had a lot of fun chatting with Dan Benjamin and Jeffrey Zeldman about HTML5 for Web Designers. Now you can watch the video or listen to the podcast.
"There is a common misbelief that Helvetica is the signage typeface of the New York City subway system. In this ‘Design discussions’, we talk to the author who has uncovered the truth (maybe) behind the story."
My pedagogic colleagues from N'orn Irelan' asked me twelve questions. I answered.
The latest project from Jonathan Harris is a not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to the study of contemporary culture: "We fulfill this mission by documenting, archiving, and disseminating ideas that are shaping modern thought by interviewing leading thinkers in the arts, sciences and technology from around the world."
Hilarious interview with Ev and Biz from Twitter.
An interview with Veronica McGregor, the human being behind the wonderful MarsPhoenix Twitter account.
"GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) -- In a small nondescript office on West Friendly Ave., a group of designers produces tiny artistic masterpieces that millions of people interact with every day." Nice TV news video clip showing our heroes and their beauti…
A short video Q&A I did with New Riders. The camera does not flatter.
An interview with Relly who, in case you didn't know, is a kick-ass copy writer.
The ORG turn a Newsnight interview into hypertext, thereby strengthening the message exponentially.
A Q&A with Ridley Scott on the eve of releasing Blade Runner: The Final Cut.
Stephen Fry answers questions on VideoJug about technology and Web 2.0 amongst other things. Swoonsome.
An interview with type designer, Eric Olson.
This video of David Byrne from Stop Making Sense era Talking Heads is as brilliant and wacky as you'd expect. David Bynre is teh awsum.
While I was at XTech in Paris, Ian Forrester took me aside for an interview about microformats. Here's the video of our little chat.
John answers some questions about microformats.
Meri asked me a few questions about public speaking. I was only too happy too answer them.
Podcast interview: Greg Hoy of Happy Cog Philadelphia.
A nice interview that shows the big picture for microformats.
Andy gets interviewed and starts reminiscing about the good ol' days.
Cameron shares his thoughts on Ajax, Hijax, libraries and having fun.
Adam Greenfield talks about his new book, Everyware: The Dawning of Ubiquitous Computing.
Stan talks about the upcoming Event Apart in Philadelphia.
Three food bloggers discuss the differences in eating habits between France and America.
Talking with the youth of today about how they spend their time online.
Patrick Lauke, master of photography and accessibility.
An over-the-top article at Salon about 37 Signals.
An interview with Tim Berners-Lee. He likes blogs.
Behind the scenes at Flickr.
The BBC talk to the hacker/conspiracy theorist awaiting extradition to the US. He's a bit of a loony but he's harmless.
Amazing news! George Bush says, "Let's get rid of all subsidies together. Let's join hands as wealthy industrialised nations and say to the world, we're going to get rid of all our subsidies together."
An interview with Niklas Zennström.
Some good thoughts on accessibility. I'm really looking forward to seeing Derek again at @media.