I will soon start blogging more here again, now that time permits – for now, however, I’d like to share a round of good links I’ve collected recently.
Tip: remember, you can always find all my reading suggestions in the Robert’s read category
Robert’s read for November 16th 2011
- H.264 video implementation compiled to JS, 30fps – JS/H.264 demo video
- Flow chart for status updates
- Google Starts Indexing Facebook Comments
- Goodbye HTML5 time, hello data!
- Mozilla Hacks Weekly, November 3rd 2011
- HTML WG chairs decided to revert adding data and dropping of time & pubdate in HTML5
- What Is IE?
- Women Struggling to Drink Water
- 25 Secrets of the Browser Developer Tools
- Natural Object-Rotation with CSS3 3D
- MDN – Documentation of the open web should be for everybody
- HTML5 Parser-Based View Source Syntax Highlighting
- Exclusive: Adobe ceases development on mobile browser Flash, refocuses efforts on HTML5
- The Open Web Platform: Browser technologies
- “Apple’s iOS is like Alcatraz”
- Vladimir Putin and the Battle of Hoth
- Mitchell Baker, chair of the Mozilla Foundation, on Teaching Kids to Hack
- Adobe Explains: Apple Won, Flash on Mobile is Done
- Flash is dead. Long live the internet.
- Klout Automatically Created Profiles, Including Minors
- The mobile app is going the way of the CD-ROM: To the dustbin of history
- Cracking iOS’ Siri
- Thomas Suarez – iPhone Application Developer… and 6th Grader
- Mozilla is against SOPA/PIPA – Help us protect the Internet by speaking out against this terrible bill