Category: Web

So I managed to figure out how to use CSS media queries to make the Mobile version of the blog even better: I’ve hidden the ads, and correctly sized the images. CSS is cool. Really kooky, but cool. The ads …

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Well, tomorrow I’m off to Edinburgh for the WWW conference where I’ll be co-chairing a workshop (where they seem to have posted a bio from me that dates from 2001, but never mind) and participating in the W3C Advisory Committee …

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So if you look at the New York skyline on Google Maps or Google Earth, it becomes aparant how some of these images are stitched together from different satellites. In particular, bits of Manhattan seem to have been taken at …

New York Skyline on Drugs Read More »

So I wrote a Wikipedia entry on – what else – the Mobile Web using – what else – the Mobile Web! Check it out and contribute to fleshing it out. The original entry was composed on a Nokia N70 …

I wrote a Wikipedia Entry! Read More »

This is cool — a blogger widget. How “Web 2.0” is that? Very. If only there were a “mashup” involved in some way…

The W3C Mobile Web Best Practices working group that I’m chairing got a nice write-up in the Herald Tribune! Especially happy about this because the IHT is kind of “my” newspaper — I read it every day on my way …

Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group in the News Read More »

Hey — I was quoted in the press yesterday! I’ll treasure this moment. Oh yes.

I had the pleasure to take a test drive of Nokia’s new browser yesterday, while speaking at their XML conference. I just have to say — it’s good. If this technology gets into enough hands, it could really open up …

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How many more ways do we really need to keep in touch? I already routinely run three IM clients just to communicate with friends / colleagues. Is another IM system really helping me? It’s overload.

One of the key issues that I think is going to come up in the context of the Mobile Web Best Practices working group that I’m going to chair is that of Accessibility. To put it simply, what is the …

When is a Duck also a Fish? Read More »

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