All those ambent background movie clips and adverts in Children of Men. There's a lot of attention to detail here.
Archive: February, 2007
This is funny in a very, very geeky way.
I used to think that Mike Arrington was a dick. Now I know he is.
Gavin Bell has posted the slides from his excellent talk at BarCamp London 2.
The Future of Web Apps gets a write-up on the BBC site.
Worst. Error message. Ever.
Derek points to a new piece of assistive technology and wonders where the next innovation will come from.
Type a message into a textarea. It will be printed, placed in a bottle and thrown off Brighton Pier. You can even choose the bottle.
Jason Kottke on the still-ludicrous imbalance at most tech conferences. This issue isn't going to go away. Conference organisers need to stop being part of the problem and become part of the solution.
Motionographer | Motion graphics, design, animation, filmmaking, vfx and bombastic banter» Blog Archive » Say What Again
Check out the beautiful use of Rockwell in this typographical interpretation of a scene from Pulp Fiction.
Semantics in HTML Part II - standardizing vocabularies at microformatique - a blog about microformats and “data at the edges”
The second part of John Allsopp's superb series on semantics, philosophy and markup. Don't miss it! And be sure to go back and read the first part, too.
Ben's thoughts on RDF and microformats, prompted by last weekend's BarCamp shenanigans.
YUI Version 2.2.0 Released: Browser History Manager, DataTable, and Button Components, New Versioning, and More » Yahoo! User Interface Blog
Roll up and get it: hot off the presses; the new version of the Yahoo User Interface library. Happy birthday, YUI.
I got roped into this face-off at BarCamp London 2. Here's a video of the ensuing confrontation. This was a lot of fun.
Aral just posted his extensions to the Twitter API.