Reading List 226
Friday 22 March 2019
HTML, CSS, and the Path to Accessible Web Design by Jennifer Riggins, quoting me.
All you need to know about hyphenation in CSS by Mr Richard Rutter
Sophisticated Partitioning with CSS Grid by Rob Weychert
Killed By Google – a “list of dead Google products, services, and devices.” < Of course, any company has the right to withdraw products. But it's a good idea not to base your products on someone else's free APIs/ hosting etc. If it's free they owe you nothing.
The Fabulous And Groovy Vadim And Vitaly Video Show – 1 hour YouTube video of Vadeem Makeev, Vitaly Friedman and me discussing CSS Nesting, AV1 codec, the new KV standard library and all the web news that’s fit for family viewing.
Square leverages Weebly acquisition to bridge offline and online commerce – Square “wants to play a part in all transactions — this is how it makes its money, whether a sale takes place online or offline.”
Google hit with €1.5bn fine from EU over advertising – “”Google has cemented its dominance in online search adverts and shielded itself from competitive pressure by imposing anti-competitive contractual restrictions on third-party websites.” And because of the EU fine,
Google to offer Android users browser choice by PPK
Kickstarter’s staff is unionizing
An exclusive look at an original iPhone prototype
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