Lauren talks about The Shining Girls and the tools she uses to write with.
A behind-the-scenes look at how Gov.uk is handling mobile devices. Spoiler: it’s responsive.
I found this particularly interesting:
When considering the extra requirements users of different devices have we found a lot in common with work already done on accessibility.
Luke’s notes from my talk about long-term thinking and online preservation at An Event Apart in Boston.
A nice website for Brighton’s own Duke of York’s cinema, which will celebrate its 100th year of continuous operation.
Luke unveils his new service: a way for people to share their collections of things.
A nice manifestlet.
A collection of the worst petitions sent to the prime minister.
A thoughtful piece by Cennydd on the state of UX in the UK.
I'm being credited with hauling this wonderful phrase over from the original Dutch.
I missed this last year but it looks like a good event. I must remember to leave some room in my calendar for this "informal, low cost one-day conference on technology, society and low-carbon living."
Bobbie draws up a list of UK startups to keep an eye on. Moo is here of course but so is Dopplr.
Gareth has mashed up Google Maps with meatspace geek gatherings in the UK.
Transcript: Where the rubber meets the road — Web Accessibility and Pragmatism / Geek in the Park 2006 / Bruce Lawson and Patrick H. Lauke / splintered - freelance creativity and design / the portfolio and experimental playground of patrick h. lauke aka
This transcript of Pat'n'Bruce's talk at the Geek in the Park makes for a great, thought-provoking read.
A fantastic mashup using the Flickr API to play sudoku. Warning: highly addictive.
Patrick Lauke, master of photography and accessibility.
Google Maps for the UK. They still need to work on Ireland: my home town is an empty expanse.