Audio book

I’ve recorded each chapter of Resilient Web Design as MP3 files that I’ve been releasing once a week. The final chapter is recorded and released so my audio work is done here.

If you want subscribe to the podcast, pop this RSS feed into your podcast software of choice. Or use one of these links:

Or if you can have it as one single MP3 file to listen to as an audio book. It’s two hours long.

So, for those keeping count, the book is now available as HTML, PDF, EPUB, MOBI, and MP3.

Have you published a response to this? :


Stuart Robson

both - I opened the link from that page which opened the app & copied the url from the page which “auto-pastes” into the app.

Stuart Robson

I’m not entirely sure what it is … but from memory, there’s something in the XML(?) that Downcast needs/doesn’t like.

Stuart Robson

sorry I can’t help further — if you need me to re-test - don’t hesitate :)

Previously on this day

4 years ago I wrote Enhance’n’drag’n’drop

A little pattern of enhancement.

5 years ago I wrote Hackfarming Blood Buddies

We went into the countryside and we made a thing.

9 years ago I wrote Erase and rewind

The BBC is planning to delete 172 websites.

12 years ago I wrote Foo through

A most pleasant way to spend a weekend.

17 years ago I wrote Don't talk crazy

I had no idea that I had such a crazed look on my face while I was giving my talk the other night.

17 years ago I wrote He likes it, he likes it

Eric Meyer likes my site:

18 years ago I wrote Geekiness

Hey, Moby’s favourite episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation is also *my* favourite episode.

18 years ago I wrote Five Finger Fillet

This is fun in a really gross sort of way: "Five Finger Fillet".