The future of the tradition
Brad Colbow is my co-pilot.
All I want for Christmas is a lint tool.
Those who forget the past are doomed to take a cab ride.
The geeky events just keep coming.
Three near-future predictions.
I don’t want to start any blasphemous rumours.
Ajax feedback inspired by video games.
Even more perfect pitch.
In which I lose my DMCA virginity.
Shooting the breeze in MP3s.
All of these moments will be lost in time.
Life? Don’t talk to this anthropomorphised inanimate object about life.
Optimise for ugly bags of mostly water, not your plastic pal that’s fun to be with.
Borrowing a smart UI feature from Apple.
Screen-scraping to make API calls.
A gentle reminder from Last.fm.
In Brighton, no-one can hear you geek out.
Be in Brighton on November 20th.
Listen to me natter on about HTML5.
Abbreviations, ampersand cetera
Form follows… another form.
I like what I don’t see in the new iPhone.
The HTML5 spec has been updated again.
I want you to show me the way.
Tabulating the results from a workshop.
One Friday in September.
A dConstruct workshop reveals some issues with the HTML5 spec.
My petitions to the makers of markup.
A more permanent home for some excellent audio.
Add a memento to the dConstruct time capsule.
A Firefox extension for Huffduffer, courtesy of Glenn Jones.
Inside the troubled mind of HTML5.
I’m so two-dimensional.
dConstruct is coming up. You should be there.
Ligatures from beyond the grave.
I know! Let’s spend the next few years defining exactly what UX design is …that worked great for Information Architecture.
The death of XHTML has been greatly exaggerated.
Popping my Django cherry.
A great line-up.
Straight from An Event Apart to @media.
Wrapping up a day’s liveblogging and speaking
Liveblogging Whitey Hess at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
Liveblogging Joshua Porter at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
Liveblogging Jason Santa Maria at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
Liveblogging Kristina Halvorson at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
Liveblogging Jared Spool at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
Conference are like buses. Here come three at once.
The death and social life of great American cities’ small urban spaces is here for you to use.
Don’t you wonder sometimes ‘bout sound and vision?
Good times for geolocation hacking.
Designing for tomorrow, yesterday.
Visualising machine tags on Huffduffer.
Microformats go marching on. Now with more options.
Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone.
Scribbling in the margins of the rule book.
Reports of the death of liquid layouts have been greatly exaggerated.
Battling the emdashculation of the internet.
When is a ball not a sphere?
Geocities is no longer here for you to use.
Opening up Bamboo Juice 2009.
Fighting the good fight in Europe.
Loving the Hazards of Love.
When rabbit holes become memory holes.
rev=”canonical” has a posse.
Moving from the denial phase into anger.
Avoiding short URL link rot.
Horror and cosiness.
HTML5 and ARIA: not so different after all.
I’m mobile. Fly me.
Ich fliege nach Deutschland.
Ess Ex Ess Doubleyou Eye Oh Nine
South by Southwest bound.
Say it with me.
Talking about Huffduffer.
Past and future.
Speaking and travelling.
Is it safe?
Back up before your data goes down.
Get your hack on.
The importance of transparency.
15 questions on Creative Commons.
Hacking Last.fm’s API.
Hacking Amazon’s API.
Liveblogging the first ever PaperCamp in London.
The flame that’s Creative Commons licensed burns twice as long.
I’ll need to see some OpenID.
For your huffduffing pleasure.
A spoiler-free appraisal of Neal Stephenson’s latest work.
For your listening pleasure.
All the cool kids are doing it.
Is it safe?
Obligatory New Year’s post.