A first bash at describing how to write (X)HTML5 documents that can be parsed as XML as well as HTML.
Archive: April 21st, 2010
A framework for creating old-school arcade games in the browser, using HTML5.
A cute hardware hack: send a tweet with the word TwitweeClock, the hashtag #TwitweeClock, or the username @TwitweeClock, and this cuckoo clock will, well, cuckoo.
An exercise in collaboration and perspective: let another designer touch your website while you touch theirs.
Quite a stunning proof of concept that uses video and canvas.