Visualising the growth of the internet.
mediasupport from HTML video was a mistake.
Damn right! It was basically Hixie throwing a strop, trying to sabotage responsive images. Considering how hard it is usually to remove a shipped feature from browsers, it’s bizarre that a good working feature was pulled out of production.
Heydon is back on his bullshit, making extremely entertaining and occassionally inappropriate short videos about web stuff.
WEBBED BRIEFS are brief videos about the web, its technologies, and how to make the most of them. They’re packed with information, fun times™, and actual goats. Yes, it’s a vlog, but it isn’t on Youtube. Unthinkable!
The pilot episode is entitled “What Is ARIA Even For?”
I linked to the first of Ethan’s short videos on accessibility last week, but it’s well worth checking out all five:
Scott is brilliant, therefore by the transitive property, his course on web performance must also be brilliant.
This is a clever use of the
srcdoc attribute on iframes.
¶, &, @, ‽, ☺, #, and ☛.
Oodles and oodles of videos of talks from London developer meetups.
Images, videos, sounds, and 3D models are now available from the European Space Agency under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike license.
This is beautifully intimate. Your role is that of an anthropologist in orbit around Earth observing the everyday moments on the planet below through uploaded videos that have never been viewed by another human.
Ignore the clickbaity title—you don’t need to do anything this holiday; that’s why it’s a holiday. But there are some great talks here.
The list is marred only by the presence of my talk Resilience, the inclusion of which spoils an otherwise …ah, who am I kidding? I’m really proud of that talk and I’m very happy to see it on this list.
A great series of short videos from Marcy on web accessibility.
Come for the videos of EnhanceConf. Stay for the skateboarding beagle.
These three talks are worth your time.
The threat to Google Videos shows businesses are not suitable cultural custodians — they can’t be held accountable to the public.
Kittens, puppies, and other baby animals on continuous rotation.
What a great antisocial network: blackmail people with rich media. Upload photos or videos; demand a price from the victim; if they don't pay, the whole world sees the evidence.