2010 Nov 8, 3:34
On crappy aspects of HTTP cookie design.
2010 Jul 8, 1:37
Including graphs with force directed layout!
2010 May 30, 9:20 2009 Dec 14, 2:25
Recommendations on writing HTML for email clients... Ugh.
2009 Oct 7, 8:10
Quirksmode does a chart comparing the differences in various versions of WebKit: "There’s iPhone WebKit, Android WebKit, S60 WebKit (at least two versions each), Bolt, Iris, Ozone, and Palm Pre, and
I don’t doubt that I’ve overlooked a few minor WebKits along the way. All 10 mobile WebKits I’ve identified so far are subtly or wildly different."
2009 May 3, 4:36
Besides being an interesting presentation with real world examples off Web ideas applied to museums, the presentation itself (although its all icky flash) is lovely.
2009 May 3, 4:32
Be sure to start with the first one! Vaguely reminds me of Slurms McKenzie, the original party worm.
2009 Feb 14, 5:41
"Now, you can simply add this link tag to specify your preferred version... and Google will understand that the duplicates all refer to the canonical URL:
http://www.example.com/product.php?item=swedish-fish. Additional URL properties, like PageRank and related signals, are transferred as well."
2009 Jan 15, 4:57
Lovely travel visualization: "We've generated what we call the Personal Annual Report for all our users. It's a unique-to-you PDF of data, visualisations and factoids about your travel in 2008, that
we're delivering over the next week via email to every Dopplr user who travelled in 2008. To give you an example, we thought we'd show you the Personal Annual Report of someone who's had a very busy
2008 - President Elect Barack Obama."
2009 Jan 15, 9:41
"Russell and I thought it would be interesting to take some stuff from the internet and print it in a newspaper format. Words as well as pictures. Like a Daily Me, but slower. When we discovered that
most newspaper printers will let you do a short run on their press (this was exactly the same spec as the News Of The World) we decided to have some fun."
2008 Dec 29, 1:48
"That's that sorted then. No more "alternate reality" bullshit. We can use the word "fiction" or "story" instead, so normal people can understand us."
2008 Nov 5, 3:55
A graphing library which includes variaous graph visualization algorithms. GNU licensed. "igraph is a free software package for creating and manipulating undirected and directed graphs. It includes
implementations for classic graph theory problems like minimum spanning trees and network flow, and also implements algorithms for some recent network analysis methods, like community structure
2008 Oct 15, 10:50
Clever idea. Photo of a girl holding photos of herself holding photos of herself etc with age decreasing in one year increments per photo.