A fascinating insight into the reaction of an internet-savvy child upon being exposed to “regular” television.
Link archive: February 28th, 2012
Wilson has turned his site into a single-serving page that’s doing some interesting things with media queries (using height as well as width).
Yes, yes, yes! This article does an excellent job of explaining what Captchas are attempting to do and why, therefore, they are so utterly shit.
Elliot jots down some of the issues discussed at the responsive summit.
Explore the shape of the underwater world of internet backbones.
A look at the new pseudo-classes in CSS3 that go hand-in-hand with the form enhancements introduced in HTML5.
A nice little bit of CSS for a page-loading animation. View source.
This is an intriguing suggestion: watch the Star Wars saga in the order IV, V, II, III, VI (notice that Episode I is missing entirely). The reasoning is very sound and well worth a read.
Frank has redesigned his site and it’s quite wonderful: a real reflection of his personality and outlook.
Oh, and it is, of course, responsive.
A great article from Sara Wachter-Boettcher on crafting future-friendly content. The content prioritisation described here mirrors what I’ve been doing in workshops.
Now this is what I call science hacking: building an open source fusion reactor.
James geeks out about visiting CERN. His enthusiasm is infectious.
Photographs from the archive of the New York Times.
Prompted by Brad’s recent post, here are some musings on three methods of handling navigation in responsive sites.