A nice write-up of Huffduffer from Maximum PC.
Archive: March, 2010
The blog of the book by Gavin Bell.
Another Huffduffer-style sign-up form, this time from the good folks at Automattic. Very cute.
Margaret Atwood is all kinds of wonderful.
A nice-looking jQuery plugin for HTML5's audio element, with fallback to a Flash player. I might just end up using this on Huffduffer.
A thoughtful piece by John Gruber on HTML5 video: yes, software patents are toxic to the web but perhaps H.264 isn't the worst offender.
Excellent news: Brian is writing a book.
This is wonderful: sad, beautiful, and wonderful ...it's what I've been trying so hard to clumsily articulate. Read it. And smile. And weep.
A eulogy to Alex Chilton.
Here's a Kickstarter project worth supporting: fund a documentary on crafting typefaces.
Screw Chuck Norris. Douglas Crockford is the true originator of awesomeness in the audience.
The nerdgasmic result of a collision between linguistics and Star Wars.
This will be very, very handy for my day-to-day front end development work.
Mark's superb book is available in HTML for free. Read it now but be warned: it will only make you want to buy the real deal.
Edit some CSS rules and this in-browser code editor will automatically update related browser-specific declarations.
The most beautiful piece of letterpress art from Cameron thus far.
James Bridle's lovely notebook for his first visit to South by Southwest.
PPK proposes a new buzzword for standards-based mobile development: HTML5 Apps. Definition: "an iPhone app that works on several other platforms, too, and doesn’t have to go through the app store approval process."
Three back-to-back talks on web design at South by Southwest.
Nifty old-school 8-bit tiles superimposed on OpenStreetMap data.
Loving Godzilla 17 syllables at a time.
A detailed look at traditional and digital publishing, considered from the content out.
Hillman Curtis's new film about David Byrne and Brian Eno will be premiering at Southby. Should be fun.
A handy shortcut for when you just can't recall the exact syntax of border-radius.
Aegir "two blogs" Hallmundur.