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shaktool / beepbox — Bitbucket
This is the source code for BeepBox, an online tool for sketching and sharing chiptune melodies. All of the source code here is available under the MIT license.
chiptunes  music  gamedev  web 
february 2019 by deusx
Tangle: a JavaScript library for reactive documents
Tangle is a JavaScript library for creating reactive documents. Your readers can interactively explore possibilities, play with parameters, and see the document update immediately. Tangle is super-simple and easy to learn.
data  web  javascript  interactive  js 
january 2019 by deusx
Web Audio Modem
Lately, I've been working with a client where my development computer is not connected to the Internet. This is a huge inconvenience, as the unavailability of Google and Stack Overflow vastly impact my productivity. Only recently have I begun to grasp how much of my time is actually spent copy/pasting between Visual Studio and the browser.

My office also features an Internet connected laptop and my development computer expose 3,5 mm jack sockets for audio devices. And thus my problems can be solved! Here's how I made a modem for closing the gap with Web Audio.
audio  fun  retro  web  html5 
october 2017 by deusx
Progressive Apps: Escaping Tabs Without Losing Our Soul – Infrequently Noted
These apps aren’t packaged and deployed through stores, they’re just websites that took all the right vitamins.
webdev  apps  web 
june 2015 by deusx
Reflections on the Closure of Yahoo Pipes | OUseful.Info, the blog...
When Pipes first appeared, it seemed as if the geeks were interested in building tools that increased opportunities to engage in programming the web, using the web.
mashups  web  pipes  yahoo 
june 2015 by deusx
The Web Is Dying; Apps Are Killing It - WSJ
Everything about apps feels like a win for users—they are faster and easier to use than what came before. But underneath all that convenience is something sinister: the end of the very openness that allowed Internet companies to grow into some of the most powerful or important companies of the 21st century.
webdev  web  internet  open 
november 2014 by deusx
I Hope Twitter Goes Away - The Blagoblag
It's for all these reasons that I hope Twitter genuinely ceases to be. I want a product that enables me to build and participate in communities, that encourages discussions and expressing meaningful ideas. Not one that systemically encourages harassment, abuse, and shouting as loud as you can, and which on its best day, is a glorified link aggregator. And not a very good one.
twitter  community  social  web 
october 2014 by deusx
database-antipattern - IndieWebCamp
Using databases for the primary storage of content on your personal site is considered by some in the community to be an antipattern.
database  indieweb  web 
september 2014 by deusx
quakejs.com
QuakeJS is a port of ioquake3 to JavaScript with the help of Emscripten.
quake3  to:fb  gaming  html5  web 
february 2014 by deusx
Persona and Surveillance - Identity at Mozilla
It’s also worth pointing out that we do take certain technical measures to limit the data we collect. We’ve designed Persona so that the identity provider – including the fallback Identity Provider that we run – does not learn your browsing history. We consider that a good security practice, not specifically because of surveillance, but generally because collecting data without a user benefit just creates risk.
persona  to:fb  security  privacy  web  webdev  mozilla 
june 2013 by deusx
gif.js
Full-featured JavaScript GIF encoder that runs in your browser.
gifs  javascript  web  webdev  graphics 
may 2013 by deusx
The vanishing personal site – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report
Obliterating our own readership and page views may not be a bad thing, but let’s be sure we are making conscious choices.
to:fb  indieweb  web  blogging  social  metablogging 
april 2013 by deusx
Why feed reading is an open web problem, and what browsers could do about it – Luis Villa
I’ve long privately thought that Firefox should treat feed reading as a first-class citizen of the open web, and integrate feed subscribing and reading more deeply into the browser (rather than the lame, useless live bookmarks.) The impending demise of Reader has finally forced me to spit out my thoughts on the issue. They’re less polished than I like when I blog these days, but here you go – may they inspire someone to resuscitate this important part of the open web.
to:fb  metablogging  feeds  firefox  web  openweb  webdev 
april 2013 by deusx
The IPython Notebook — IPython
The IPython Notebook is a web-based interactive computational environment where you can combine code execution, text, mathematics, plots and rich media into a single document
python  web  programming  analysis 
april 2013 by deusx
Celebrating 15 Years of a Better Web | Mitchell's Blog
In the coming era both the opportunities and threats to the Web are just as big as they were 15 years ago. As the role of data grows and device capabilities expand, the Internet will become an even more central part of our lives. The need for individuals to have some control over how this works and what we experience is fundamental. Mozilla can — and must — play a key role again. We have the vision, the products and the technology to do this. We know how to enable people to participate, both by contributing to our specific activities and coming up with their own ideas that advance the bigger cause of enriching the Web.
mozilla  to:fb  web  open 
april 2013 by deusx
MWC 2013, Firefox OS, and More Web API Evolution | Brendan Eich
The missing APIs must be added to the web platform in order to enable the billions of new mobile users who will be coming online in the next few years to have affordable web-based phones, tablets, and apps. Emerging market consumers and developers generally cannot afford increasingly higher-end, native-app-advantaged smartphones from the two bigs.
firefoxos  mobile  web  openwebapps  apps  mozilla  to:fb 
march 2013 by deusx
The rise and fall of webOS is an epic tale; webOS != Web OS on Dion Almaer's Blog
in my heart I long for someone to come along with a true Web runtime that lets developers write to a standards-based multi-vendor platform that no one company owns. Democracy is messy, but the Open Web is worth it. Don’t read one article and think that it can’t be done.
webdev  openweb  palm  webos  b2g  firefoxos  mobile  history  web 
february 2013 by deusx
The Web Is Becoming SmallTalk | Zack’s Blog
I dream of the days when the Web truly does resemble SmallTalk.
webdev  smalltallk  javascript  web 
february 2013 by deusx
The Web We Lost - Anil Dash
The tech industry and its press have treated the rise of billion-scale social networks and ubiquitous smartphone apps as an unadulterated win for regular people, a triumph of usability and empowerment. They seldom talk about what we've lost along the way in this transition, and I find that younger folks may not even know how the web used to be.
web1.0  blogosphere  metablogging  web  blog  history  internet  culture 
december 2012 by deusx
How Mozilla Was Born
The story of the first mascot on the Internet
mozilla  mascots  internet  web  history  to:fb  design 
october 2012 by deusx
BrewBlogger Version 2.3.2 - The Browser-Based Homebrew Logging Solution
BrewBlogger 2.3.2 is a easy to set up, easy to use, browser-based homebrew logging and calculation suite. It is a PHP/MySQL-based system that provides today's brewer not only a fast and easy way to record their brewing activities, recipes, and awards, but also forum to share their zymurgistic efforts and expertise with the homebrewing community around the world.
homebrewing  php  mysql  web  metablogging  blog 
september 2012 by deusx
Issue 128748 - chromium - [Regression] Unable to install extensions by running .crx file downloaded in Chrome - An open-source browser project to help move the web forward. - Google Project Hosting
First of all, we understand that this will be frustrating to extension developers, and our decision wasn't made lightly. We went to a lot of effort in the design of the extension system to make it possible for people to self-host. All of the formats and protocols involved in the extension system were made simple with the idea that developers could re-implement them. It makes us sad to take off-store install away.
chrome  google  extensions  web  to:fb 
june 2012 by deusx
WARC, Web ARChive file format
The WARC (Web ARChive) format specifies a method for combining multiple digital resources into an aggregate archival file together with related information. The WARC format is a revision of the Internet Archive's ARC File Format [ARC_IA] format that has traditionally been used to store "web crawls" as sequences of content blocks harvested from the World Wide Web. The WARC format generalizes the older format to better support the harvesting, access, and exchange needs of archiving organizations. Besides the primary content currently recorded, the revision accommodates related secondary content, such as assigned metadata, abbreviated duplicate detection events, and later-date transformations.
warc  archiving  archival  web  archive  formats  standards  via:textfiles  at:aadl 
may 2012 by deusx
Scripting News: Outlining and my father
So now I'm on the cusp of releasing a tool that allows you to write directly onto the web in an outliner. The distance between the content on your machine and it being on the web is one mouse-click. That's exactly how far you want it to be. My father is not alive to see this, but if he were, he'd probably die from excitement. This is something he and I shared, at a genetic level, in our DNA, is this idea that the human mind can reach outside of itself, onto a computer, to make even more powerful and useful intellectual structures. Honestly, I wish he were here to share this with me. permalink
outlining  davewiner  web  webdev  outlines 
may 2012 by deusx
lake.js
Lake.js takes an img element and inserts a canvas element displaying the image and its flipped reflection directly after the img element.
awesome  nifty  web  html5  canvas  webdev  javascript  css 
may 2012 by deusx
Why Publishers Don't Like Apps - Technology Review
Last fall, we moved all the editorial in our apps, including the magazine, into a simple RSS feed in a river of news. We dumped the digital replica. Now we're redesigning Technologyreview.com, which we made entirely free for use, and we'll follow the Financial Times in using HTML5, so that a reader will see Web pages optimized for any device, whether a desktop or laptop computer, a tablet, or a smart phone. Then we'll kill our apps, too.
publishing  apps  web  html5  business 
may 2012 by deusx
mnot’s blog: JSON or XML: Just Decide
When people create HTTP APIs, one of the common decisions is about what format to use, usually revolving around “JSON or XML?”
json  apis  web  webdev 
april 2012 by deusx
Readability, Instapaper, the Network and the Price we Pay - Anil Dash
Because when I would spend my time flinging zingers at Matt Mullenweg about the merits of Movable Type vs. WordPress, you know who was winning? Mark Fucking Zuckerberg. Facebook won the blogging wars. The web became a more closed place than if either Movable Type or WordPress had evolved into the tool that powered social networking.
blogging  reading  web 
april 2012 by deusx
We, the Web Kids - Pastebin.com
What we value the most is freedom: freedom of speech, freedom of access to information and to culture. We feel that it is thanks to freedom that the Web is what it is, and that it is our duty to protect that freedom. We owe that to next generations, just as much as we owe to protect the environment.
freedom  web  copyfight  society  culture  to:fb 
february 2012 by deusx
You knew the old Mozilla, meet the new Mozilla – david ascher
While that fight is far from over, we’re now at a distinct point in the evolution of the web, and Mozilla has appropriately looked around, and broadened its reach. In particular, the browser isn’t the only strategic front in the struggle to promote and maintain people’s sovereignty over their online lives. There are now at least three other fronts where Mozilla is making significant investments of time, energy, passion, sweat & tears. They’re still in their infancy, but they’re important to understand if you want to understand Mozilla:
mozilla  open  web  future 
december 2011 by deusx
Don't Be A Free User (Pinboard Blog)
These projects are all very different, but the dynamic is the same. Someone builds a cool, free product, it gets popular, and that popularity attracts a buyer. The new owner shuts the product down and the founders issue a glowing press release about how excited they are about synergies going forward. They are never heard from again.

Whether or not this is done in good faith, in practice this kind of 'exit event' is a pump-and-dump scheme. The very popularity that attracts a buyer also makes the project financially unsustainable. The owners cash out, the acquirer gets some good engineers, and the users get screwed.
fuckthecloud  shutupandtakemymoney  web20  services  web  economics  business  free  pinboard 
december 2011 by deusx
inessential.com: The Pummeling Pages
Because for now it’s insane. Presenting good articles in the hope of attracting readers, and then making the site do everything it can to shoo away those readers, is plumb nuts.
insanity  reading  web  ads  webdesign 
november 2011 by deusx
Jeff Bezos Owns the Web in More Ways Than You Think | Magazine
Bezos runs through the features that will soon set the tech world ablaze—the $199 price tag, the easy-to-hold size, the seamless access to Amazon’s rich and growing collection of digital media. When the Fire is introduced, analysts will declare it the strongest competitor yet to the iPad. Yet the Fire is not just a rival gadget, but something essentially different. The iPad is the flagship of the post-PC era—in which the desktop is replaced by lean, portable, gesture-driven tablets. As people will learn when Amazon ships it today, November 14, the Fire is an emblem of a post-web world, in which our devices are simply a means for us to directly connect with the goodies in someone’s data center.
amazon  web  fire  media 
november 2011 by deusx
The purported death of RSS
Just as /Library is now hidden from an OS X Lion user, and just as the iOS platform is locked down and sandboxed, RSS is simply dropping off into the background. Content is being syndicated and aggregated just as before. Perhaps even more so than in the past. Virtually everyone with a Facebook, Google+, or Twitter account follows a news-providing entity. Those entities share content feeds. Those content feeds are generally derived from the XML and Atom feeds that comprise the RSS.
rss  feeds  webdev  web  news 
november 2011 by deusx
Marshall Kirkpatrick's Blog » Social Media is Not Ruining Journalism
I found myself responding to a Google+ thread this morning wherein a respected technology leader said “copying and pasting from social networking sites is not journalism.” Apparently he’d been seeing random Tweets referenced on TV and thought it was lazy, pointless and a sign that journalism is going down the tubes.
journalism  social  web 
november 2011 by deusx
2011: The Year of Firefox - or of Chrome? - Open Enterprise
"I see no reason why Chrome won't rise to above 20% in the short term. This means, of course, that the market share of Firefox and Internet Explorer will continue to drop. But as I noted some time back, this really isn't a huge problem for Firefox - although it is for Microsoft. The reason is quite simple: Firefox was never aiming at world domination, it was fighting to create an open Web where no browser held such a dominant position that it could ignore open standards and impose de facto ones instead. We pretty much have that now, with Internet Explorer increasingly standards-compliant - and proud of it, amazingly."
chrome  msie  msft  firefox  mozilla  webdev  web  browsers  from delicious
january 2011 by deusx
Hallvord R. M. Steen - Most expensive javascript ever?
"However, one of the world's biggest hardware vendors - whose name every single reader will be familiar with, and whose hardware a good share of you will be using right now - apparently didn't do their homework. When Opera's sysadmin booted up the server to test its web-based administration interface, they came across a single JavaScript statement that managed to piss off everyone up to and including the CTO."
opera  javascript  hardware  web  webdev  fail  funny  business 
july 2009 by deusx
The Web is hackable! (for a lack of a better word) - Standblog
"I mean "hackable" in the sense that one can decide to experience it in ways that were not exactly what the author decided it would be. In short, the Web is not TV. It's not PDF either. Nor Flash."
hackability  web  webdev 
june 2009 by deusx
DreamHost Blog » They’re Internet History
"Back in 1998, who would have thought WebRing would outlast GeoCities?"
web  internet  history  geocities  webring  yahoo 
april 2009 by deusx
mnot’s Web log: Counting the ways that rev="canonical" hurts the Web
"That’s because while I was watching the kids rolling down the grass slope on top of Parliament House, rev="canonical" started to gain some serious momentum, billing itself as a way to shorten URLs that “doesn’t hurt the Internet.” In my opinion, this is an interesting idea with an very unfortunate execution that’s bad for the Web, and I’m going to enumerate the reasons here. "
revcanonical  urlshortening  webdev  web  links 
april 2009 by deusx
rev=canonical: url shortening that doesn't hurt the internet
"RevCanonical is url shortening with a twist. Instead of creating its own super short versions of links, it checks to see if the link owner has published a shortened version of the given page using HTML link element. If not, we just return the original URL. And you should bug the link owner about providing a better alternative."
revcanonical  urlshorteners  webdev  urls  web 
april 2009 by deusx
joshua's blog: on url shorteners
"So there are clear benefits for both the service (low cost of entry, potentially easy profit) and the linker (the quick rush of popularity). But URL shorteners are bad for the rest of us.I feel that shorteners are bad for the ecosystem as a whole. But what can be done to improve the situation?"
web  webdev  links  urls  twitter  delicious 
april 2009 by deusx
Why Stallman is wrong when he calls cloud computing stupid - Ars Technica
"Stallman's dismissal of cloud computing and call for the categorical rejection of web services is puzzling in light of the potential opportunities created by web technologies and the innovative work that is being done by software freedom advocates to bring openness to the web. Stallman should be using his visibility to promote adoption of the principles embodied in the Franklin Street Statement. Instead he is undermining those efforts by disingenuously dismissing the entire concept of network computing."
gnu  web  webdev  freedom  open  software 
january 2009 by deusx
Steam Update Adds In-game Web Browsing - Shacknews - PC Games, PlayStation, Xbox 360 and Wii video game news, previews and downloads
"Valve today released an update to Steam that includes the final version of the in-game web browser from December's beta patch. "
steam  awesome  web  browsers  gaming 
january 2009 by deusx
Mozilla chief John Lilly is fired up about making a better Web browser - Los Angeles Times
"Chief executive of Mozilla Corp., maker of the Firefox Web browser, which broke Microsoft Corp.'s hold on the market so that it couldn't dominate the Internet the way it does computer operating systems. About 95% of Web surfers used Microsoft's Internet Explorer in 2004; now 20% use Firefox, and other companies are offering browsers that are smarter and faster than ever before. But don't call it a browser war. "We all want the Web to be good. I am glad for the innovation and all the big brands working on it.""
mozilla  lilly  web 
january 2009 by deusx
The Ann Arbor Chronicle » Jones Drive (near Broadway)
"office furniture and equipment piled on curb; landlord says “chronic non-payment of rent” caused eviction of web hosting company IAS; provides service for AATA; AATA website currently down;"
aata  annarbor  hosting  web  transportation  a2b3  michigan  bus 
december 2008 by deusx
Where will all the web developers go? | Morethanseven
"So. What happens in 10–20 years time to the now quite large number of professional web developers.Do we all just do the same thing we’re doing now. Just with higher version numbers? ... Do we all become managers? ... Is their another industry that will have us?"
webdev  career  future  web 
december 2008 by deusx
YouTube Enables Deep Linking Within Videos
"Add #t=1m45s to the end of a YouTube URL to jump to that spot."
youtube  linking  web  webdev  video 
october 2008 by deusx
Refresh Detroit » Meeting: October 15, 2008 Demo Night
"Join us for demo night on October 15, 2008 at the Wayne State University Undergraduate Library. Celebrate with us as we have our first Refresh Detroit meeting in the city of Detroit!"
detroit  webdev  web  creative  demo 
october 2008 by deusx
A thought on 10 foot browser interfaces - RussellBeattie.com
"you know how more and more sites out there are adopting a m.* mobile version, tailored for smaller screens? Why don't the video sites out there start adopting tv.* versions of their interfaces, tailored to people using the site from their couch?"
web  tv  entertainment  webdev  mobile  browsers  ui 
september 2008 by deusx
Why Google Chrome Will Dominate | HaveMacWillBlog (aka Robin Bloor’s Blog)
"Chrome is the end of the browser and the beginning of the Cloud Client. These are quite different things. A Cloud Client is a flexible and configurable Interface in which an application can run. Whether the rest of the application is local or lives in the cloud is an option - and switchable. The user may not even know nor care. It doesn’t sound much like a browser does it?"
google  chrome  webdev  web  browsers  cloud 
september 2008 by deusx
Request Weblog #Frog: REST Request
"But on a technical level, the point is not that "whatever!" is evil. The point is that if you chip a piece off "whatever!" and make it mean something specific, you can optimize around the constraints and reap the benefits."
rest  webdev  webservices  web  http  soap 
august 2008 by deusx
Open Web Foundation
"The Open Web Foundation is an attempt to create a home for community-driven specifications. Following the open source model similar to the Apache Software Foundation, the foundation is aimed at building a lightweight framework to help communities deal wi
owf  open  web  webdev 
july 2008 by deusx
RFC 2324 - Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol (HTCPCP/1.0)
"418 I'm a teapot ... Any attempt to brew coffee with a teapot should result in the error code "418 I'm a teapot". The resulting entity body MAY be short and stout. "
418  teapots  http  htcpcp  web  rfcs  funny 
july 2008 by deusx
Warren Ellis » The Patchwork Years
"Wouldn’t it be nice if we could stand up now and say, okay, these are the post-curation years?"
linkblogging  metablogging  curation  web 
july 2008 by deusx
Why FriendFeed is growing faster than Twitter (Scripting News)
"It's all part of one cosmos (not a mere sphere), and there will come a day (I hope) when it all is unified, otherwise we're forever going to be chasing our news from place to place as it gets replicated in ever more awkward ways."
web  friendfeed  metablogging  coralreefs 
july 2008 by deusx
Why Less Is More And How To Unlock the Web
"Determine a basic need -> Create a service that satisfies it in the simplest way possible -> Open it up. "
open  web  services  webdev  twitter  friendfeed 
july 2008 by deusx
Berners-Lee: Challenge of the web is 'creative connectivity' - Education - Macworld UK
"In the future, the web should be able to connect people's ideas in such a way that one person could store his partly formed ideas and leave a trail of his thinking for other people trying to solve the same problem, he said."
web  webscience  future  now  creativity  metablogging 
june 2008 by deusx
jkOnTheRun: I'm taking the web-only challenge. Are you in?
"A paradigm shift. A glimpse into what I expect we'll see in the future. Namely: a centralized heavy-duty box for the home, but lighter, portable web devices for the home's inhabitants."
umpc  future  computing  mobile  web  saas 
june 2008 by deusx
Study: .gov web sites should focus on RSS, XML—not redesigns
"David Robinson, Harlan Yu, William Zeller, and Ed Felten, all of Princeton's Information Technology Policy Center, suggest that government officials abandon the dream of developing usable web sites, and instead focus on providing raw public data such as
government  data  rss  xml  web 
june 2008 by deusx
Anyterm - Introduction
"Have you ever wanted SSH or telnet access to your system from an “internet desert” - from behind a strict firewall, from an internet cafe, or even from a mobile phone?"
anyterm  ssh  web  ajax 
may 2008 by deusx
tinydb.org
"store some tiny data in a tiny url"
data  databases  web  rest  json  apis 
may 2008 by deusx
BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » The news will find us
"If the news is that important, it will find me"
news  media  web 
april 2008 by deusx
Digital Journal - New Game Parodies Internet Stereotypes, But It's Not For Those Easily Offended
"A new role-playing game (RPG) mocking Internet culture is staking its own piece of the gaming pie. Forumwarz satirizes the flamewars, comment trolls and gibberish phraseology you’re bound to see in every corner of the Web. "
forumwarz  gaming  rpg  web 
february 2008 by deusx
Old School BBS: The Chinese Social Networking Phenomenon
One man's "old school BBS" is another man's new-school fancy web thing. Mine made screaming noises on the telephone.
web  china  bbs 
january 2008 by deusx
FOXNews.com - Radiohead's Web-Only Release Threatens Music Industry - Business And Money | Business News | Financial News
"The release of popular rock group Radiohead's new album Wednesday is the latest wake-up call for a music industry still struggling to deal with the advent of digital music, experts say."
radiohead  music  web  drm 
october 2007 by deusx
FOWA07b: Leisa Reichelt. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos
"Language allows you to "pick fleas" on more than one person at a time. Allows us to keep track of lots of poeple and who knows what and who and how they fit together and how you fit in with them."
ambientintimacy  socialsoftware  web 
october 2007 by deusx
ongoing · The Intimate Internet
"The Next Big Thing? · Two fearless predictions: it’ll be about a new way to connect to people, and it won’t show up first on either Techmeme or TechCrunch."
socialsoftware  web20  web30  webdev  web  future 
october 2007 by deusx
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