Happy birthday, JS Bin!
Remy has some important news. No, it’s not the competition to recreate animated gifs with canvas; scroll down past that…
Remy will be working on JS Bin full time. To make this possible, JS Bin will have Pro accounts. But don’t worry; all the functionality available today will continue to be available in the future.
But Pro accounts will get a bunch of nifty extra features (and if you’re in education, you get Pro for free).
Sign me up!
I answered a few questions right after giving my talk at the Phare conference in Ghent.
My pedagogic colleagues from N'orn Irelan' asked me twelve questions. I answered.
Remy's riposte to http://ishtml5readyyet.com/
Courtesy of Remy. Doesn't he ever sleep?
This is me battling the zombies of the linkrot apocalypse. With a squirrel.
Behold the double awesomeness of Jeremy Paxman and Ben Goldacre! Susan Greenfield, alas, is simply embarrassing.
Remy teaches non-techies how to use jQuery in a responsible way.
"But who the hell is Jeremy Keith anyway?" No, I have no idea either.
Here's the video of my talk from this year's Reboot conference in Copenhagen. I had a lot of fun talking about (and playing) Irish music here.
A short video Q&A I did with New Riders. The camera does not flatter.
While I was at XTech in Paris, Ian Forrester took me aside for an interview about microformats. Here's the video of our little chat.