PPK reads a Hacker News thread so you don’t have to.
PPK tests the various ways that mobile browsers handle position:fixed, complete with videos.
Stephen and PPK are taking their two-day mobile workshop on the road, including two dates in the UK (one of which is Brighton!). There’s a welcome emphasis on testing.
PPK has switched off comments for much the same reason that I hardly ever have comments on adactio.com: our sites are places for us to broadcast rather than have a conversation.
A clear explanation of device-width from PPK.
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."
PPK points out a potentially dangerous aspect to Opera's actions, one that that the rest of us have missed: "Without consulting anybody, Opera is trying to give a political body the right to decide what does and what does not constitute a web standard."
PPK has once again been doing sterling work. He's updated the DOM compatibility chart and things are actually looking pretty good.
PPK delivers his report on the excellent @media Ajax conference.