Monthly Archives: February 2010

Today’s Readings

With Unicode practically owning the web, A List Apart brings up a good question: What happens when you have a dynamic search (you know, ), and people search for words like “López” or “Lørgensen”? Well, Carlos Bueno has a really, … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

A number of improvements come our way from the World of Google, including a clipboard and new save buttons for Google docs, user-feedback upgrades to Google buzz, and continued expansion on what Google Scripts can do. The jQuery world is … Continue reading

One of the Best Bands I Have Seen in a While

Last night had I the opportunity to see The Soundtrack Of Our Lives (TSOOL) at Irving Plaza. Holy. Crap.  They are bad ass.  If you ever have a chance to see them live, GO! And in that vein, here are … Continue reading

“Microformats: Finally Coming of Age?” Presentation

A presentation I recently gave about the bold new steps the world of Microformats has taken recently, most notably enhanced search results in Google! Widget courtesy of Google Web Elements Enjoy, Atg Top⇪

Today’s Readings

Happy President’s Day everyone!  Another random sampling of all things web… Google Maps just got out-Googled…  Of all people, Microsoft, created an amazing “augmented-reality mapping technology“.  A lame name, even by Microsoft standards, but a truly impressive technology.  As the … Continue reading

Microsoft Pivot: See the Web as a Grid

Today I stumbled across something from some company called Microsoft called Pivot: (I couldn’t get the Silverlight that Microsoft provides to load properly, but I found this one on YouTube…) You can check-out other Pivot videos on YouTube too. It’s … Continue reading

Stop WordPress from Stripping HTML5 from Posts

This blog is, proudly, HTML5-based.  It’s not much, really, I use the HTML5 DOCTYPE, I use <header>, <section>, <article>, and <footer> in my templates, but I also occasionally want to use things like <aside>, <time>, and perhaps others in my … Continue reading

Bringing Readability to the Web… One of the Best Things I’ve Ever Seen…

Mr. Zeldman writes about Readability, a bookmarklet that scrapes “what you’re actually trying to read” from a webpage, actually making it an enjoyable reading experience. You know, what a reading experience should be?? Jeffrey’s example, a Roger Ebert movie review, … Continue reading

Google Wants to Build a Fiber Network for You. Interested?

So, I think the question here is: Is Google a really nice company that is just trying to make the world a better place for all of us, or are they an power-mongering corporation that wants every aspect of our … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The one example in the video is enough to make me think that Weave, from Mozilla Labs, could be a hugely beneficial tool to install!  Who hasn’t been out-and-about and wished they had access to something on their desktop? A … Continue reading