Good advice for generating markup with jQuery. As usual, there’s more than one way to do it.
Link archive: January 18th, 2011
The new HTML5 logo is quite versatile.
Curiously, though, the standards group—the very people one might expect to have the narrowest interpretation of what exactly HTML5 means—instead say it stands for a swath of new Web technologies extending well beyond the next version of Hypertext Markup Language.
Lumping everything together is as silly as a carpenter referring to every tool in their toolkit as “a hammer.”
It turns out my Boolean URL tag hacking in Huffduffer is answering a real need: Will Myddelton had already put the same functionality together using Yahoo Pipes.
PPK on the circle of life when it comes to online technology advances; innovation happens fast in proprietary platforms, but the good stuff ends up being natively supported in browsers. It’s a pretty good ecosystem, all in all.
Aaron Swartz gets technical about online digital preservation.
Preserving the papernet.