Hacky holidays on the iPod Touch
Lessons learned from installing Leopard.
Flying away for yuletide.
Smashing the CSS clock.
Burrowing into the BBC beta.
Watch this place.
Who is the nerdiest of them all?
Speaking to our future overlords.
Oozing liquid goodness.
Celebrating OpenStreetMap Brighton 1.0
Lego as a design tool.
Another great event wraps up.
Night of the werewolf.
The geeks do their thing.
BarCamp London 3: this time it’s personal.
A brain-bending conference wraps up.
Brighton to London.
Take my style sheet. Please.
Agreement and disagreement.
The opposite of design thinking.
Back from Berlin.
Less expo, more Berlin.
My speaking duties are fulfilled.
A panel, a presentation and two minutes of Roy Orbison wrapped in clingfilm.
oh hai. i maded u a skejyool. kthxbai.
Can OpenSocial enable portable social networks?
Pattern recognition in the films of Ridley Scott.
Fresh blood on Halloween.
I had a blast… as always.
Presentation: done. Conference: done.
Life imitating Web.
When is an hCard not an hCard?
Crimefightin’ ‘n Bright’n.
In San Francisco.
Banishing the moaners and whingers with a healthy dose of amazing videos.
Make microformats work with your writing style.
It’s time we took a stand: let’s stop teaching people how to be phished.
Read it in the voice of the comic book guy from The Simpsons.
Reporting on some vibrant communities in Spain, in Brighton and on the Web.
It’s 10pm. Do you know where your data is?
Speaking and listening at Fundamentos Web 2007.
Next stop: Asturias.
A morning of otherworldly presentations from Steve Balmer and others.
Ajax and accessibility; a presentation transcribed.
Progressive disclosure with hCard and OpenID.
There’s something about Tumblr I like.
MP3 - DRM = good for you and good for me.
A street sign vindicates my hatred of badly-designed pedestrian crossings.
The operatic saga of the Wii cycle.
Where the 80/20 principle breaks down.
Cardboard box demolition.
dConstruct plus BarCamp.
24 hours to dConstruct 2007.
I am dConsiderably nervous and excited.
A great conference in a great city.
I’m going across the Atlantic again.
Information wants to be geostamped.
What looks good on the menu for South By Southwest 2008?
For your reading and/or listening pleasure.
Frameworks have their place… but that place probably isn’t on the Web.
Backing up my position on blog comments with some quotes.
Balancing my time between activism and just being me makes me a complacent zealot.
The double meaning is deliberate.
Brian Oberkirch is working overtime.
Go forth and coin.
A new bookmarklet for inspecting your DOM.
I get back from New York and Google makes a big microformats announcement.
I got my laptop back just in the nick of time.
Moo stickers are here.
OpenID and microformats, two great flavours that taste great together.
My Macbook sounds like a timebomb.
Tickets are about to go on sale.
Calculating vertical rhythm and horizontal alignment.
Never a dull moment.
A brief email exchange.
Embedding one little thing inside another little thing.
A new website highlights why I love this town.
Trying to find the sweet spot for RSS.
Let me count the ways.
Sounds like a Billy Bragg album.
Watch the skies.
How a vague idea turned into reality thanks to an amazing team of hackers.
Hackday London is over.
The hackclock is ticking.
Hackery, Werewolf and The Doctor.
Thunder and lightning, very very frightening me, Galileo.
Hackday London is underway.
Coming to Hackday this weekend? Here’s my plan.
Some people’s names lie on the lesser side of the 80/20 ratio.
Wrapping up the London leg of @media.
Another day, another conference… but this one’s close to home.
Reboot 9.0 is Soylent Green.
If it’s Thursday, it must be Copenhagen.
Raising the standard for talking about standards.
In which I spend a day in the epicentre of geekdom.
Before I head off for my next presentation, here are some slides I prepared earlier.
A microformats video lasting one minute and one second.
Short but very sweet.
Docs, books, people and technologies.
My presentation is done.
If it’s Tuesday, it must be Paris.
Suddenly everybody is spring cleaning their websites.
One laptop lid closes, another lid opens.
Not everything has to be a microformat.
My invisible friend has a bigger Dunbar number than your invisible friend.
Trust is not an algorithm.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
Last night in San Francisco.
Hypertext footnotes from my appearances at the Web 2.0 Expo.
The biggest small town in the West.
I’m going to San Francisco.
A gift from another time and place.
An SMS-based adventure game plus an exhibition by our local Flickrstar.
Revish sets the tagging machinery in motion.
Links from a keynote.
I’m back from Edinburgh.
You can now associate Flickr pics with my posts.
I’m going over Hadrian’s wall.
Shock and anger.
Even if you don’t like it, let us have our fun.
Type sets the tone.
The best bit.
Cheekiness and gravitas in equal amounts.
Never mind the technology, it’s all about people.
It’s that time of year again: South by Southwest is almost upon us.
This life stream idea has legs. Also: why Yahoo Pipes and Ning won’t be duking it out.
The diversity debate is back.
I’ve been contributing to a few podcasts.
Things to have and to hold.
A running commentary of the fun at FOWA.
I’m back in London for a conference that means business.
Day two of the unconference.
A good day at BarCamp descends into a night of slaughter.
Get the line-up in hCalendar.
BarCamp London 2: electric boogaloo.
I’m a portrait taker, twisted portrait taker.
The film of the typeface.
Clearleft has a YouTube star.
Love it or hate it but you’ve got to have an opinion on Twitter.
Bless the Bad Science column.
A great conference with the best post-conference activities ev-ah!
What a conference!
Good talks, good people.
I’m acclimatising to the time zone.
I’m off to Canada for Web Directions North.
Juvenile high-jinks in the Clearleft office.
Take the test.
Those bloody previews need to die a snappy death.
A new site looks like a golden opportunity for vote-links.
Look to the skies.
Why bother? What’s the point?
Brighton will be the location for a Salter Cane concert and an Ajax workshop.
Begin the countdown to the book launch.
Following Richard’s lead.
Let’s see if I’ve got the hang of this meme.
Linkage to other people’s thoughts on Apple’s latest gadget.
Liquid layouts… no, wait, come back!
Abbreviations are written, not spoken.
My movements in a year.