When they kick at your front door, How are you going to come? With your hands on your head, Or on the trigger of your gun?
Archive for September 2008
Zeldman’s proposal is obviously a pipe dream, but a good one none the less.
I have no idea whether it affected in any way by Garfield’s presence, but this is definitely the most hilarious of the Garfield (and minus Garfield) strips I have ever seen.
Not that there’s anything weird in Hixie talking about HTML 5, but it’s always interesting to read such interviews with the masterminds behind it all.
A particular gem from the piece:
a very difficult balancing act. The users have to come first, with the Web authors a close second, but the problem is that if we ever specify something that the browser vendors disagree with, they will just ignore the specification, and we might as well go home. If we write a specification that is ignored, we’re just fiction writers.
(Via Simon Willison)
I bet John Resig‘s a happy man now.
It’s generally hard to understand that frameworks, etc. don’t do something like this by default — or at least make it clear what doctype they are using per default. Great initiative by Simon.
Although I have never spoken to him, nor even used any piece of software he has written, I find Mike Lee to be a most charismatic person, and I certainly hope he succeeds with his venture.
Very cute site, although I’m not too fond of the idea of this entire-site-in-images-with-no-alternative-text concept. Particularly the no-alternative-text part.
Wonderful, charming film. I will resist the obvious pun, but it really is well done.
Dette er bare så ubeskriveligt dumt at jeg slet ikke kan sætte ord på. (Selvom jeg forsøgt en del på bold.snak.)