Jessica’s handy guide to writing the right quotes and accents on a Mac keyboard.
A great piece by Jason analysing the ever-blurring lines between device classes.
Mind you, there is one question he doesn’t answer which would help clear up his framing of the situation. That question is:
What’s a web app?
Josh takes an-depth look at the navigation design implications of touch/keyboard hybrid devices, coming to a similar conclusion as Luke and Jason:
Unfortunately, the top-of-screen navigation and menus of traditional desktop layouts are outright hostile to hybrid ergonomics. Tried-and-true desktop conventions have to change to make room for fingers and thumbs.
Want to test for a hybrid device? Tough luck. Instead, argues Josh, the best you can do is assume that any device visiting your site could be touch-enabled.
Because everything goes better with keyboard cat.
When localisation attacks. This is like a more morbid Douglas Adams vignette.
I would kill to get hold of this Steampunk Mac mini, flat panel monitor and brass keyboard.
Handy Firefox keyboard shortcuts, courtesy of Derek.