“Sites that give more visual weight to ’Sign Up’ than to ‘Sign In’ are saying they’re less interested in their existing customers.”
“Dear IT community: please continue working on ways to hack around SOPA, because odds are it will eventually become law under another name.”
An interview on Mozilla’s controversial plan to support -webkit- prefixed properties.
“One thing at which Facebook truly excels is reminding me why I don’t live in the town where I grew up.”
Interviews with people who made the web possible.
Solidarity with the idea of web standards.
“I’m becoming more and more convinced that we need a Slow Discussion movement, one based on asynchronous, contemplative channels.”
“It’s almost impossible to overstate the importance of the CSS Zen Garden to web history. If you haven’t wandered its paths, please do so.”
“Filing is a highly organized method of forgetting.”
“The disgusted sound my kids make whenever an ad is forced into their browsing is the sound of an entire industry slowly strangling itself.”
“Your password must include at least an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, a symbol, a number, two emoji, and the illusion of security.”
“Content blockers strip the web back to what it was 20 years ago.”
Grids are so much more than table-style layouts with a new syntax.
“Using CSS Grid is easier than you might expect.”
“The Web is the most hostile environment to developer assumptions imaginable.”