Like everyone else, I post links to interesting stuff on Twitter. Some friends tell me that they miss those links because either they don’t follow me as I tweet lots of non-webdev stuff, or Twitter is blocked at their workplace.
So I plan to post those links to my blog. As with my tweets, I don’t necessarily endorse or agree with the links.
- HTML5 Doctor: HTML as a Living Standard — For and Against by me ‘n’ John Foliot
- People of HTML5 – John Foliot – John interviewed by Christian Heilmann about HTML5 accessibility
- DRM in HTML5 without any additions to the spec by Henri Sivonen, who knows his stuff
- Opera Mini: web content authoring guidelines – definitive guide to optimising sites to work with Opera Mini
- Getting started with OperaWatir – automating application testing by scripting browser interactions
- Vodafone Webbox – a plug and play keyboard, bringing internet to your TV
- Mobile-friendly: The mobile web optimization guide by little old me
- Open-sourcing his genome: Open Sourcing My Genetic Data by Manu Sporny
Listing useful links on blogs, eh? What an innovative idea.
Introducing HTML5 translations
A chum pointed me to Изучаем HTML5: our publishers tell us that translations are in progress into Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, French, German, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese as well as Russian.
Speaking Staffordshire University, Wed 16 Feb
I’m speaking with Remy Sharp and two other super-special guests (they haven’t announced yet) at Staffordshire University, Beaconside Campus. I’ll be talking about open Web standards. Remy will be talking about HTML5 APIs. Festivities begin around 1.30.
There are limited free places open to the public. Contact Fiona Knight (@fiona_knight) for details.