They let me write a 24 Ways article again. Will they never learn?
This one’s a whirlwind tour of using a service worker to provide a custom offline page, in the style of Going Offline.
By the way, just for the record, I initially rejected this article’s title out of concern that injecting a Cliff Richard song into people’s brains was cruel and unusual punishment. I was overruled.
Kate has been hand-making Christmas cards for seventeen years.
2013’s Gizmo Stardust remains my favourite.
I like Erin’s list.
In a very mundane take on the cliché of a climactic showdown, I’ll be having a chat with Paul Boag at the top of Spinnaker Tower in February. Come on by if you’re in the neighbourhood.
I had exactly the same resistance to Instagram as Dan and I had exactly the same Yuletide conversion.
Perfect seasonal entertainment. Perfect.
A very cute Christmas message from Torchbox.
A laugh-out-loud email exchange ...because if you didn't laugh, you'd cry.
He sees you when you are sleeping. He knows when you are awake. Be afraid. Be very afraid. And be good ...for goodness sake.
Chris Heathcote's notes from his PaperCamp talk on guidebooks.
Christopher Schmitt shows how to style XFN links using attribute selectors.
On the tenth day of Newton, My true love gave to me, Ten drops of genius, Nine silver co-oins, Eight circling planets, Seven shades of li-ight, Six counterfeiters, Cal-Cu-Lus! Four telescopes, Three Laws of Motion, Two awful feuds, And â€¦
A good overview of the OpenID panel at OSCON: "Is OpenID a panacea, a placebo, or something in between? Opposing viewpoints took turns on center stage Wednesday afternoon at OSCON 2008. The session entitled "A Critical View of OpenID" started off â€¦
Christian is using the prize money he won at Mashed to put on an event in London in September devoted to "ethical hacking": creating mashups to make social networks more accessible.
Scott Kveton rips Chris Saad a new one, and rightly so. We all sent Chris the same message at Social Graph Foo Camp, he's had enough time to shape up but instead things have become increasingly hype-laden and bullshitty with him.
Christmas letters to Christopher Walken.
Chris interviews himself about portable social networks and distributed identity.
Yours to cut out and keep.
An utterly addictive old-school platform game in Flash to get you in the mood for Christmas.