Scripting Tufte’s bite-sized charts.
Scripting Tufte’s bite-sized charts.
To love something, it has to be set free.
Eighteen go to Dorset.
Get a ticket while stocks last.
Finally, the Irish music community site gets an overhaul.
Come on down to Brighton on March 1st, 2013. A great day out for £50!
Answers on an impossible postcard please.
Today is launch day for an exceptionally good project.
A day of front-end fun in Brighton.
Responsive images, compressive images, and icon fonts. Take your pick.
Something is happening.
Brooklyn Beta 2012. Good times.
A memory of Austin prompted by a readlist of seminal technology papers.
Links from a workshop.
Finally, a cure for the common bug.
Keep them updates scrollin’.
Apple’s lack of developer relations for Safari needs to change.
For shame, Microsoft.
Bring me your phones, your tablets, your huddled devices.
Blog posts and pictures from attendees.
Thanks to Smashing Magazine, I had the chance to revisit my old haunts.
The audio (and transcript) is available for your listening (and reading) pleasure.
Hanlon’s Razor in action.
Here’s an email I sent to Findings (in response to the many emails I’ve suddenly been getting from them).
Preceded by the mind-blowing awesomeness of Brighton SF.
What should I ask Brian Aldiss, Lauren Beukes, and Jeff Noon?
The places to be.
Geeking it up on both sides of the Atlantic.
The welcome return of The Mirror Project.
Twitter, take your display “requirements” and shove ‘em.
Reclaim what you publish: come along to IndieWebCamp in Brighton on September 9th.
Goodbye, splash screen. Hello, stream.
The testlab setup.
Brighton SF just got even better.
Preparing for the Brighton Digital Festival.
Read these things about things on the network.
All of this has happened before. All of this will happen again.
Brighton, London, Malmö…
I’m gathering together some sci-fi authors the evening before dConstruct.
A conference in Texas. No, not that one.
Always read the meatspace lump of dead-tree atoms.
The Brighton Digital Festival returns.
May: The Netherlands, Belgium, and Canada. June: nothing. July: Barcelona and Austin.
Happy birthday, Alan.
Some more device grist for the communal testing mill.
The end of an internet era.
Get ‘em while they’re hot.
Hammering out the issues around standardising responsive images.
Opening up the Clearleft device lab has resulted in more devices.
I’m going to be moderating two panel discussions. What should I ask the panelists?
Tweaking the dConstruct 2012 site for performance.
Pop ‘round to the Clearleft office if you want to test a site on our devices.
The results are in. Here’s what you came up with to solve the problem of conditional loading with CSS.
“Common” breakpoints are the new fold.
Save the date: September 7th, 2012 is going to be a fantastic day in Brighton.
Getting a DMCA takedown notice for linking to an audio file that doesn’t exist.
The slow disappearance of a storage medium.
Responding to responsiveness, as prompted by MacUser UK magazine.
I, for one, welcome our new sharing and caring overlords of markup and CSS.
Matt has accepted the challenge I threw down in my Webstock talk (which has now been transcribed).
And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, slouches towards Austin to be born?
Talking to the browser makers about vendor prefixes.
A day of robots, science hacks, digital preservation and the new aesthetic.
Hyperlinks relating to CSS vendor prefixes.
Five things I learned from the internet.
My sense of entitlement. Let me show it to you.
I went all the way to New Zealand and all I got was this kick-ass conference.
A responsive image technique leads to some nostalgia for the early days of web development.
Read the transcript of my talk from An Event Apart 2010.
Seven years of audio goodness gathered together in one place.
A map tale.
A mobile-first approach to UA-sniffing.
Pausing to give thanks.
The transcript of the audio of the video of the talk from Build.
Archiving a special mention by the greatest archivist of them all.
How I wish that conference audio were as widespread of conference video. Speaking of which, I’ve transcribed my talk from the Update conference.
Responsiveness in the second dimension.
Progressively enhancing form fields.
Multiple ways of getting into Huffduffer.
From another world.
Documenting the pursuit of perfection in Japan.