If it doesn't fit in any of the other categories, but is still related to how we build and use the Web, well, it goes in this category.
I uninstalled Flash Player from my Macs and am doing just fine while saving electricity.
It’s been over three years, but on March 24 NetRelations will be hosting another Geek Meet for web people in Gothenburg, Sweden.
In the beginning of January the report from the State of the Web Survey 2008 was published. The survey is…
Scroll Magazine is a magazine for web professionals, available on paper and for on-screen reading in PDF and HTML formats.
A list of some of the most popular and most discussed articles published here during 2007.
The results of a poll that asked respondents if they maximise their Web browser window, which OS they use, and what resolution their screen is.
Looking for answers to three questions: 1. Do you maximise your browser window? 2. What is the resolution of your screen? 3. Which OS do you use?
The first ever Geek Meet Gothenburg will be held on February 8, 2007. Come and chat about modern Web development.
A list of the most popular or important articles that I have written or co-written during the year. It’s a chance to catch up in case you missed one or two of them.
A mandatory download for all Web professionals - it is packed with features so unbelievably useful you won’t know how you’ve been able to live without them.
Web Directions comes to the Northern Hemisphere for a two day web conference with a great line-up of speakers and an optional post conference skiing trip.
Ten tips for organisations about to start a new website project, whether they are building a completely new website or redesigning their current one.
Collecting web development design patterns to promote the development of a pattern language for web development.
A look back at a list of predictions and hopes I made at the end of 2004.
It’s called the World Wide Web, so try to spend some time thinking about internationalisation when creating a website with a global audience.
A couple of lists of predictions of what will happen in web design and development in 2006.
Examples of the funniest, weirdest and nuttiest comment spam to be posted on a blog.
One new web development tip or trick published every day for the first 24 days of December 2005.
Try to avoid using technical jargon when talking to your clients, unless they are developers who can be expected to know what you’re talking about.