The change you want to see
Make the poop or get off the pot.
Make the poop or get off the pot.
Want to join me on a horse ranch in the Rockies?
A Christmas letter.
I left my Event Apart in San Francisco.
A grab-bag of stories, illustrated with maps.
The internet never forgets to think that the internet never forgets.
Tidying up some code I used in a 24 Ways article.
A week in the countryside.
A little script to automatically generate a document of markup patterns.
All’s fair in love’n’wikipedia.
I had fun at Build in Belfast but alas, I didn’t make it to Science Hack Day in San Francisco.
Agreeing and disagreeing with Divya.
A future-friendly approach to mobile-first responsive design.
Who knows where the time element goes?
I have come here to watch an all-night movie marathon and chew bubblegum. And I am all out of bubblegum.
The website of the book.
A child’s Halloween in Ireland.
Listen, watch or read the presentation.
Reading in the sky.
Going to Belfast.
I cried too.
I travelled. I talked.
Happy birthday to this.
A public service announcement for those of you subscribed to my Delicious feed.
Documenting the infinite loop between science fiction and reality in digital art, cinema and gaming.
The birthplace of the Future Friendly movement.
Smart defaults are important, especially when it comes to server-side sniffing.
Any sufficiently-stretched analogy is indistinguishable from bullshit.
This. This is how we should build for the web.
The Breaking Development conference was the perfect platform for discussing all things mobile.
Greetings from Nashville, or possibly space.
Annoying iOS developers for fun and for serious.
All the fun of the Maker Faire.
dConstruct 2011 was great …in my opinion.
An overwhelming number of upcoming events.
Combining responsive design with CSS table layout to rearrange the display of content and navigation.
Putting content first by combining responsive design with the CSS3 flexible box layout module.
Want to go to Science Hack Day San Francisco? Organise a Science Hack Day in your town.
The transcription of the audio of the panel: hot stuff!
Is it not strange that sheep’s guts should hale souls out of men’s bodies?
Our collective creativity, no matter how ugly, is worth preserving.
Waiting for the deletionist axe to fall.
I’m preparing a workshop for dConstruct on responsive design.
Oli Studholme argues for a change in the HTML5 spec …with science!
A look back and a look ahead.
A searchable record of the mobile browser panel.
The dream of independent publishing is alive in Portland.
The UK’s first web typography conference. It rocked.
Conferences in the UK.
One of these things may just change your life.
There’s a book I want you to read.
The web is agreement.
Am I hot topic or not? I want your suggestions for this year’s @media.
Everything new is old again.
Hats off to the conference, and hats off to the browser vendors who showed up.
Got a question you’d like to ask of Opera, Nokia or RIM? Let me know.
Five weeks ‘till Brighton goes type mad.
Listen in to a conversation I had about responsive web design.
Missing Grant McLennan.
Failing to explain what made An Event Apart in Boston so special to me.
Hyperlinks of digital preservation.
Liveblogging Jared’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Ethan’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Luke’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Veerle’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Whitney’s presentation at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Jeffrey’s opening talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
In which I repeatedly hammer home the point that it’s all about the content.
I for one welcome our new voice-activated algorithmic overlords.
My travel report.
For all the faults with its digital books, this little device is proving its worth.
Lazy responsiveness or responsive laziness.
Another way of ensuring Internet Explorer gets your layout styles.
Solving that pesky Windows Phone 7 problem.
What if we had a Singularity and nobody showed up?
An excellent night of narrative exploration in Brighton.
Attempting to patch a bug in Mobile Safari.
Gathering many design principles into one document.
Revisiting the origins of the internet.
Sometimes only the word “awesome” will do.
A follow-up on responsive web design.
Clarifying the problem space of responsive web design.
A long time ago in the Pacific Northwest…
The fine print.
I want to love my Kindle, I really do.
The limits of Twitter.
A little bit of navel-gazing on this year’s geekout in Austin.
SxSW is Soylent Green.
Lanyrd makes my life easier.
Back in Chicago.
Brighton to Illinois to Texas to Florida to Oregon to Washington to Brighton.
My light cone envelopes Gliese 1214 b.
Care to place a wager?
When is an explanation not an explanation?
Don’t fear responsive design; embrace it.
The present is a lumpy batter of the past and the future.
How hash-bang URLs violate the robustness principle.
The difference between being on the web and being archived.
The BBC is planning to delete 172 websites.
We are dark stardust, we are golden, we are puppets.
A short Q&A for a magazine.
Get your Huffduffer fix down the phone line, thanks to Tropo .
An excellent weekend spent finding stories within data.
HTML, with or without the 5, emerges stronger than ever after the confusion of the past few days.
Some links from ‘round the web on HTML5, HTML5, and also, HTML5.
HTML5 is dead, long live HTML.
The W3C embark on a mission to confuse and befuddle.
Have your combo-box cake and eat your select fallback too.
Extending the semantics of HTML5 documents with some accessibility hooks.
Boolean tag combinations on Huffduffer.
My name is Jeremy and I am a URL fetishist.
My first book has been updated (though not by me).
Of hackers and hardware.