- Exposing privileged APIs to web content – “a discussion on the challenges we face in exposing privileged APIs to web content and a proposal for exposing such APIs to web pages by mitigating the risks inherent in doing so.” by Rich Tibbett
- Resource Priorities – “Using the
lazyloadattribute on a resource will signal to the User Agent that it may want to lower the download priority of that resource”
- How patents are ruining the adoption of HTML5 video
- We “authors” don’t hold much weight in standards discussions says Matt “Wilto” Marquis
- The subline element – An HTML5 extension specification to do <hgroup>’s job better.
- Clown Car Technique: Solving Adaptive Images In Responsive Web Design by Estelle Weyl
- The “When Can I Use” Web Widget -”include up to date information about browser support for a feature they are talking about based on the data crafted by CanIUse.com” (4K library).
- The Application Cache is no longer a Douchebag – well it is, but Firefox is getting some tools to analyse its annoyances
- CSS: reset or normalize? by Oli Studholme, fellow HTML5 Doctor
- Response-ish Web Design – BBC News on “the strategy of how we move away from a large legacy site to a fully responsive one”
- Google Will Soon Launch Google Web Designer, A Free HTML5 Development Tool For Creating Web Apps, Sites And Ads says the infallibly reliable Techcrunch. Fingers crossed it produces markup as elegant and valid as Google’s own web properties.
- Letter To A Young Programmer Considering A Startup – “A startup job is the new office job. Startup culture is the new corporate culture”
- Twitter Bootstrap without jQuery
- Pink telephones – using technology to empower women in Cambodia – another perspective on “feminine” tech that I took the piss out of with my “Tits ‘n’ sport” laptop
- Why Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes – a tale of equality/ the evils of socialism (delete according to ownership of US passport)
- Do not view source! says CyberTrial Lawyer’s user agreement (which I paraphrase as it forbids me from quoting it). View source is prohibited because they own the intellectual property on all of the code. Which may come as a surprise the the jQuery and WordPress teams
- Finest website ever?