Tags: api

Web! What is it good for?

Not absolutely nothing, but not absolutely everything either.

Just what is it that you want to do?

Progressive, not regressive, enhancement.

Battle for the planet of the APIs

API shall not kill API.

Twitter permissions

Don’t be sheeple, tweeple!

Command lines

Multiple ways of getting into Huffduffer.

Get excited and make things with science

We should have a Science Hack Day.


Good times for geolocation hacking.

Making contact

Deathwatch for the password anti-pattern.

Loosely joined

What to do with those small pieces.


Moving bookmarks.

Anti-pattern begone

Google answers my prayers.

Foo camping

Socialising around the social graph.

Lock up your data

It’s 10pm. Do you know where your data is?

Help me at Hackday

Coming to Hackday this weekend? Here’s my plan.

Machine Tags of Loving Grace

Revish sets the tagging machinery in motion.

Ghost in the Machine Tags

You can now associate Flickr pics with my posts.

Beautiful hackery

An API-driven text adventure, accessible train times and hackable URLs; oh, yes.

Taking back the Web

A grandiose title for a cosy unconference.

Pictorial Ajaxitagging

Now with added Flickry goodness.

Melbourne calling

I gave a talk for the Web Standards Group in Melbourne.

Simon and Paul

APIs are good for business.

API changes

Heads up. Flickr and Del.icio.us have made some changes.


I’ve smeared some Ajaxy API calls all over my journal entries.

Mashing up with microformats

I’ve transcribed the text of the microformats panel I sat in on at South by Southwest.


The XTech 2006 conference provided plenty of food for thought.

Upcoming webolution

Upcoming.org has added some nifty new features.

Simple Storage Service

Amazon’s newest web service has no face, but I think it’s got legs.