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A few technical words about Upsideclown, and some thoughts about audiences and the web (17 Aug., 2017, at Interconnected)
"This isn’t because I want to optimise an audience; this isn’t because I want to sell ads. This is because it’s nice to know that 17 people read the website and 21 people opened the newsletter, and 36 people read the same story on Facebook, and 6 in an RSS reader -- and gosh that’s like the whole top level of a double decker bus, all those people read my story! When companies deal with millions and billions, I think perhaps they forget how the intimate feels. How sometimes it’s not about a thousand retweets but instead about an audience of readers who come back. With whom you have a relationship. Who appreciate you, and you appreciate them. Yes it’s a pleasure to write, and yes I will do it without needing to get 1,000 likes on each and every story, but also let’s not forget that it’s more pleasant with company." This is all good by Matt - on the way the small-bit-intimate web has been sidelined for the all-or-nothing approach. (I'm glad I still run my own site. I'm glad RSS still works. Small software is important. Maybe web-scale doesn't automatically mean 'big')
analytics  publishing  web  scale  intimacy 
august 2017 by infovore
Design with web fonts in the browser - Typecast
Hadn't encountered this - interesting tool for sketching/prototyping type selections.
design  typography  fonts  web 
june 2017 by infovore
WWW: The Way We Were
"Which is why this scene wrecked me so hard. The Web that they are talking about on the show, the open Web, is ailing, dying. It was like listening to a eulogy at a funeral, this thing that I love, poured the best of my self into, gone forever. Of course that’s not strictly true, the Web is still a fabulous place where anyone can set up a site to do, say, or sell whatever they want, but instead of the promise of small pieces loosely joined, what we mostly got was large pieces tightly coupled. Today’s Web browsers and apps are Holland Tunnels that open up right into shopping malls instead of open city streets." It's hard not to feel like a bitter old person, but I often miss that world too. Still, I have my own place where I put nonsense, and that's a start, right.
web  technology  walledgardens  haltandcatchfire 
october 2016 by infovore
Besting PhantomJS Font Problems — Medium
Likelihood of needing this advice = quite high.
fonts  phantomjs  rendering  web  browsers 
august 2016 by infovore
castles made of castles
Lovely toy for building three-dimensional fractal structures. Really nice.
3d  web  fractals  graphic  toys 
august 2016 by infovore
Auto Direction RTL to LTR
Filed away, because I don't know nearly enough about RTL at the moment.
web  languages  rtl  webdevelopment  clients 
may 2015 by infovore
REDbot: <>
Really, really useful: a tool from @mnot to test headers, caching, and responses to webpages. Will be using this a lot in future, am sure.
development  http  web  headers 
october 2014 by infovore
The Subtle Magic Behind Why the Bootstrap 3 Grid Works | Experience Design at Hello Erik
Very clear explanation of precisely what's going on inside the Bootstrap grid - with diagrams, and also clear explanations of the roles of each styling class. The clarification of push/pull is particularly useful.
css  grid  html  bootstrap  layout  web 
july 2014 by infovore
Bye Dopplr | Magical Nihilism
"I learned a hell of a lot designing and building Dopplr. I still stand by a lot of the principles that we as a team tried to follow." So did we all, Matt; it's still a model in the background of my head for things I work on.
dopplr  design  products  web  falco 
november 2013 by infovore
Crisp HTML 5 canvas text on mobile phones and other high-DPI screens - infinitely improbable
This is a good explanation of how to get sharp Canvas-based rendering on iOS browsers. It was on Posterous, so the only way to get at it was this page. Sigh.
canvas  html5  web  rendering  ios  mobile 
october 2013 by infovore
"Gor is a simple http traffic replication tool written in Go. Its main goal is to replay traffic from production servers to staging and dev environments." Handy to know about.
performance  web  http  testing  scaling 
september 2013 by infovore
"Sheetsee.js is a JavaScript library, or box of goodies, if you will, that makes it easy to use a Google Spreadsheet as the database feeding the tables, charts and maps on a website. Once set up, any changes to the spreadsheet will auto-saved by Google and be live on your site when a visitor refreshes the page." This is good.
javascript  spreadsheets  data  publishing  web  software 
august 2013 by infovore
StatHat - Awesome custom stat tracking tool.
Hosted statistics tool with attractive interface and smart API. Not cheap for its single-tier plan ($99/mo), but looks like it might be worth a poke.
analytics  statistics  api  web  tools 
august 2013 by infovore
Analog a la carte
"Analog a la carte is an experiment I (@urtubia, @bigrobotstudios) am conducting for rendering sequences on real synths remotely. This webfrontend will enqueue sequences into a job list that is read by a raspberry-pi at "headquarters". Once the raspi receives the job, it then both sends the sequence via midi to a synth and records it in realtime. Finally it encodes the resulting audio file into an mp3 file and uploads it to Amazon S3, so that this server is nice and ready for getting more sequence requests."
synthesizers  music  analog  web 
june 2013 by infovore
Sauce Labs: Cloudified Browser Testing
Test in multiple browsers, potentially automated, over the net. Latency might be an issue, but worth knowing about, given how much I hate setting up browser test rigs.
browser  testing  development  web 
december 2012 by infovore
The Web engineer's online toolbox
"I wanted to compile a list of online, Web-based tools that Web engineers can use for their work in development, testing, debugging and documentation." It is a really good list (I say this mainly because the first thing on the list is RequestBin, which is the thing I always forget the name of).
tools  web  development  software  programming 
november 2012 by infovore
Instagram for webpages (22 May., 2012, at Interconnected)
"We'll know we're doing it right when half of the pages are ugly."
web  development  media  culture  business  creativity 
may 2012 by infovore
Serve - Delicious ERB, Haml + Sass
Simple dynamic site generator with standardised templating tools: certainly looks nice for building those early-stage prototypes before you need a full backend.
ruby  web  development  erb  haml  sass  markdown  templating 
april 2012 by infovore
PhantomJS: Headless WebKit with JavaScript API
"PhantomJS is a headless WebKit with JavaScript API. It has fast and native support for various web standards: DOM handling, CSS selector, JSON, Canvas, and SVG."
javascript  webkit  web  browsers  headless  testing  rendering 
april 2012 by infovore
RequestBin — Collect and inspect HTTP requests, debug webhooks
"RequestBin lets you create a URL that will collect requests made to it, then let you inspect them in a human-friendly way. Use RequestBin to see what your HTTP client is sending or to look at webhook requests." Which is very useful.
debugging  http  web  programming 
february 2012 by infovore
Depth-camera (Kinect) output streamed to webgl over websockets. Gorgeous to watch, snappy to manipulate.
kinect  depthcamera  websockets  webgl  web  beautiful 
february 2012 by infovore
Adactio: Journal—Image-y nation
"I remember when Ajax was getting popular, all the problems associated with frames rose from the grave: bookmarking, breaking the back button, etc. Now that we’re in a time of small-screen devices on low-bandwidth networks, we’re rediscovering a lot of the same issues we had when we were developing for 640 pixel wide screens with 28K or 56K modems." This is the thing.
web  design  doingitright  performance  jeremykeith 
february 2012 by infovore Pub Rules
"I’d love to run, edit, and write for a publication bigger than just me and my blog. I don’t have time, so I won’t, at least not any time soon. But if I were to run a publication, I’d have a few rules:" These are all correct. Also: they apply to everything from a blog upwards, frankly.
writing  publishing  blogs  web  brentsimmons 
november 2011 by infovore
weinre - Home
"It's a debugger for web pages, like FireBug (for FireFox) and Web Inspector (for WebKit-based browsers), except it's designed to work remotely, and in particular, to allow you debug web pages on a mobile device such as a phone." Blimey. That's, um, remarkably useful. Duly noted.
debug  ios  mobile  console  web  development  webkit 
october 2011 by infovore
[this is aaronland] Towers of History
"The value of the web is in its history. The value of the web is that it grows over time and that it spiders out making connections, just as often doubling back on itself to find previously unseen patterns and connections. It is not a linear progression through time and space always discarding the near past. Or if it is then I'm sorry for wasting everyone's time because that sounds about as exciting, and about as valuable, as any given season of canned television programming."
archives  history  internet  web 
june 2011 by infovore
"The easiest way to share localhost over the web." Very nice. Smart pricing model, too.
development  web  tools  utilities 
april 2011 by infovore
Anatomy of a Crushing (Pinboard Blog)
"We were a niche site and in the course of eighteen months had siphoned off about six thousand users from our massive competitor, a pace I was was very happy with and hoped to sustain through 2011. But now the Senior Vice President for Bad Decisions at Yahoo had decided to give us a little help." Maciej on what Scaling Pinboard Fast actually looked like. Some good anecdotes in here.
architecture  web  software  performance  pinboard  scaling 
march 2011 by infovore
URL Design — Warpspire
This is a really good checklist for what modern URL design looks like.
web  design  navigation  url  uri  usability  addressing 
december 2010 by infovore
Web narrative « Commonplace
"Too many times proponents of interactive fiction talk as if it’s a new thing, as if interactivity were never part of the reading experience. How many of us has written in the margin of a book, turned down a corner of a page or smoothed the book back at a particular passage, felt our attention wander as we gaze out the window? We each interpret a story in different ways; it’s how we can re-read a book without getting bored, or watch the same film twice." This is cracking stuff from Kat; I am glad she's written it down.
stories  narrative  web  katsommers 
november 2010 by infovore
Nick Sweeney · what Bagpuss can teach us about the internet
"...the internet’s endless pathways turn our simple discoveries into expeditions that reveal the worlds in which those things have lived, taking the role of archivists and archaeologists of pasts that overlay and intertwine." This is lovely.
bagpuss  archaeology  archives  internet  web  history  historiography 
september 2010 by infovore
WebAPI - Team Fortress Wiki
"This page documents the web API calls that allow you to retrieve information from the item system in Team Fortress 2." Steam now has a Web API. Ooooooooh.
valvesoftware  games  teamfortress2  steam  api  development  web 
july 2010 by infovore - Quick and simple image placeholders
"How does it work? Just put your image size after our URL and you'll get a placeholder." Nifty!
web  design  markup  mockup  images  dynamic  service  useful 
march 2010 by infovore
"Glitch is a massively-multiplayer game, playable in the browser and built in the spirit of the web. It is currently in development and will launch late in 2010. Private alpha is beginning shortly and a public beta period will begin this summer." Exciting!
games  glitch  tinyspeck  social  web 
february 2010 by infovore
Watching the birth of Flickr co-founder's gaming start-up | Geek Gestalt - CNET News
Daniel Terdiman interviews Stewart Butterfield and Cal on Glitch, which is what Tiny Speck are making. Good interview, and worth noting just how often they threw things out.
games  tinyspeck  glitch  social  web  stewartbutterfield  calhenderson 
february 2010 by infovore
Raphaël—JavaScript Library
"Raphaël is a small JavaScript library that should simplify your work with vector graphics on the web. If you want to create your own specific chart or image crop and rotate widget, for example, you can achieve it simply and easily with this library." Looks really rather interesting, and potentially beautiful.
javascript  graphics  library  web  vector  svg  design  visualisation 
october 2009 by infovore
SPARQL By Example (1)
Really excellent presentation on the basics of SPARQL - lots of good examples, lots of hands-on stuff, and clear. Worth going back to.
tutorial  presentation  data  semanticweb  web  programming  rdf  sparql  semantic 
october 2009 by infovore
Matasano Security LLC - Chargen - Indie Software Security: A ~12 Step Program
"...we roped in Nate McFeters, another local, and put together a security talk for indie Mac developers with no budget for security. What does a security talk for Mac developers look like? As it turns out, it’s very much like the talk we think every indie developer, Mac or not, should see, and it’s very much unlike the talk the rest of the security industry is giving." Good stuff: simple, clear, well-thought out, and very hard to argue with.
online  web  development  programming  security 
september 2009 by infovore
Embeddable Google Document Viewer
"Google Docs offers an undocumented feature that lets you embed PDF files and PowerPoint presentations in a web page. The files don't have to be uploaded to Google Docs, but they need to be available online." Ooh, that's useful.
google  pdf  tools  embedding  web  online 
september 2009 by infovore
IE6ify Bookmarklet
"After years of observation and reverse engineering I am proud to say I have been able to reproduce the IE6 algorithm to break even the most standards-compliant websites." Hur hur hur.
ie6  html  development  web  browser  standardscompliance  oops 
july 2009 by infovore
we are all screen readers now (tecznotes)
"Fast-forward ten years, and I'm now using all those accessibility features on a daily basis. At some point during the dot-com bust it turned out that the written word was the payload, and regular people started using alternative (browsing) devices to access text from the web. Arguments about device-independent, semantic markup and graceful degradation suddenly have an additional halo of legitimacy because they affect everyone."
text  web  reading  mikemigurski  words  information  accessibility  content  semanticmarkup  doingitright 
june 2009 by infovore
GameSetWatch - Opinion/Round-Up: The State Of Social Gaming
"I think that there are really obvious reasons this isn't currently happening. Tech-oriented, web-trained, fast-paced, hard-nosed Silicon Valley culture is not really that similar to game developer culture. Outside of GDC Austin... I haven't seen a lot of opportunities for the two industries to mix. Most crucially, everybody's too damn busy trying to get their jobs done to really spend a lot of time or thought on the issue." That gap in culture is something that still fascinates me.
games  social  facebook  platform  culture  web  socialsoftware  gaas 
june 2009 by infovore
The 1Kb CSS Grid by Tyler Tate :: A simple, lightweight approach
Generates a tiny file to do the most basic things, from the looks of it.
css  grid  layout  generator  code  framework  web  design 
june 2009 by infovore
Facebook usernames and the battle over your digital identity | FactoryCity
"This is what Tim O’Reilly warned about in his definition of Web 2.0. He said that one of the new kinds of lock-in in the era of [cloud computing] will be owning a namespace." Chris Messina, being thoughtful about the Facebook Usernames issue...
facebook  identity  lockin  namespaces  web  socialnetworks 
june 2009 by infovore
favicon.ico Generator
Ooh, nice - online favicon generator and editor. Might be useful one day.
web  design  tools  favicon  graphics  utility  online 
june 2009 by infovore
KOKOGIAK - One Year Later...
Alan Taylor on a year of the Big Picture. It's been a successful one, if you ask me, and it's a wonderful site; there are few updates in my RSS reader I look forward to as much as it.
photography  journalism  online  web  bigpicture  boston  blogs 
june 2009 by infovore
Charles Pooter (pooter2009) on Twitter
Kevan is publishing parts of Diary of a Nobody on Twitter. Makes sense, really.
books  web  twitter  pooter  diaryofanobody  publishing 
april 2009 by infovore
The Guardian Open Platform |
The Guardian Open Platform launches, with their Content API, their Data Store, and a selection of client libraries for the API (one of which I did a smidge of work on). This is not just a good thing, it's a good thing Done Right, and I'm looking forward to what's next from the Open Platform team.
platform  web  guardian  data  journalism  api  content  openplatform 
march 2009 by infovore
scraplab : instant sinatra deployment with heroku
Tom's been poking Heroku, and now, so have I. It's proper brilliant: a rackup file, a tiny Sinatra app, and the Heroku gem, and you're building webapps in ten minutes. It's crazy and brilliant, and exactly the kind of thing of which we need more of.
programming  ruby  web  brilliant  deployment  heroku  lightweight  sinatra 
march 2009 by infovore
Godbit Project | Pagination with Code Igniter
Useful tutorial on building Pagination, that goes beyond the Pagination library and points out what you need to be doing with the Model, too.
programming  tutorial  development  web  framework  php  pagination  codeigniter 
march 2009 by infovore
Building and Scaling a Startup on Rails: 12 Things We Learned the Hard Way - Axon Flux - A Ruby on Rails Blog
Some well-worn tales here, but also some good new ones, particularly when it comes to query-profiling and all forms of caching.
tips  ruby  performance  development  web  rails  scaling  deployment 
february 2009 by infovore
WikipathS: The Great Web Race | Play This Thing!
" go to any page on Wikipedia; a "start" button appears on the page. You click it, and it sends you to a random Wikipedia page, and then displays your "target" page in a box at the bottom of the browser window (as shown in the illo above). Your goal is to navigate from the start page to the target page, using only links in the main body of each article; the game is timed, so presumably you're attempting to do it in the minimum amount of time." A Greasemonkey/js entrant to the Global Game Jam - unusual, to say the least, and an interesting move.
games  web  javascript  greasemonkey  wikipedia  navigation 
february 2009 by infovore
Unit Interactive :: Blog :: Better CSS Font Stacks
"...using these guidelines, and building on the experience of much more knowledgeable type gurus, I have compiled a list of font stacks that will both open up more font possibilities for web designers, and hopefully offer more appropriate substitutes:" That's interesting; not sure how appropriate it is, but they're good uses of the cascade, by and large.
design  web  typography  css  fonts 
february 2009 by infovore
nanoc: a Ruby CMS that generates static HTML » home
"nanoc is a tool that runs on your local computer and compiles Markdown, Textile, Haml, etc. documents into static web pages, ready for uploading to any web host." Easily build static sites with a teeny bit of templating.
ruby  generation  web  publishing  cms  html  static  templating 
january 2009 by infovore
IE NetRenderer - Browser Compatibility Check -
"Unlike other screenshot services, we are able to process a large number of capturing jobs in parallel and in realtime, making it the fastest service that we know of." Ooh. That could be useful.
design  web  tool  utility  browsertesting  compatibility 
january 2009 by infovore
XSS (Cross Site Scripting) Prevention Cheat Sheet - OWASP
"This article provides a simple positive model for preventing XSS using output escaping/encoding properly. While there are a huge number of XSS attack vectors, following a few simple rules can completely defend against this serious attack." Pretty comprehensive, and some clear guidelines if, like me, you're unsure where to start when protecting against XSS.
security  development  web  reference  xss 
january 2009 by infovore
AJAX APIs Playground
Playground for Google's Ajax APIs. Well implemented, and very useful.
development  web  api  google  testing  tool 
january 2009 by infovore
scraplab : saturday saw the inaugural papercamp prototype...
"Compared to a standard web (un)conference where everyone knows their space, expertise and opinions, here lots (most?) of us were exploring stuff outside of our day job and business-as-usual. It was passionate and interesting and I felt completely out of my depth, which was was great. So in 2009, less of the comfort zone stuff please, and more like this." I can get behind that.
web  making  technology  comfort  papercamp 
january 2009 by infovore
Justice Will Take Us Millions Of Intricate Moves
Leonard Richardson's talk from QCon, about REST, his work on Canonical's Launchpad and its web service, and some useful history for anyone wanting to contextualise web services as part of the web.
programming  history  development  web  api  webservices  rest  leonardr 
january 2009 by infovore
12 resources for getting a jump on HTML 5 ~ Authentic Boredom
"This is by no means an exhaustive list, just a start. In each of these you’ll find other resources to help you dig deeper." Which, right now, is what I need. For a former front-end-dev, I'm a bit behind the curve.
tips  development  web  markup  resources  html5  dev 
january 2009 by infovore
HTTP Client - Mac Developer Tool for HTTP Debugging
"A Mac OS X Leopard developer tool for debugging HTTP services by graphically creating & inspecting complex HTTP messages." Oh, that could come in handy.
development  web  http  debugging 
december 2008 by infovore
Katz Got Your Tongue? » Rails and Merb Merge
"Today is a fairly momentous day in the history of Ruby web frameworks. You will probably find the news I’m about to share with you fairly shocking, but I will attempt to explain the situation." Yehuda Katz weighs in with a great, informative post.
programming  development  ruby  rails  rubyonrails  web  software  merb 
december 2008 by infovore
Riding Rails: Merb gets merged into Rails 3!
"Merb and Rails already share so much in terms of design and sensibility that joining forces seemed like the obvious way to go. All we needed was to sit down for a chat and hash it out, so we did just that." No, really. Not an April Fool. It sounds like the architecture changes that are going to be made are going to be a big win for Rails 3. Looking forward to it.
programming  development  ruby  rails  web  frameworks  merb 
december 2008 by infovore
Bill Higgins :: the Uncanny Valley of user interface design
"I’d recommend that if you’re considering or actively building Ajax/RIA applications, you should consider the Uncanny Valley of user interface design and recognize that when you build a “desktop in the web browser”-style application, you’re violating users’ unwritten expectations of how a web application should look and behave. This choice may have significant negative impact on learnability, pleasantness of use, and adoption." Yes.
interaction  design  web  ux  usability  aesthetics  billhiggins 
december 2008 by infovore
Visualising a forum thread - Developer blog : Digital Photography Review
Some interesting visualisations of the way forum threads on dpreview - which has nested threads in posts - grow and progress. Interesting for the patterns it throws up, and somewhat useful, if only for rough, high-level analysis.
flash  visualization  forums  community  discussion  web  dpreview  trees  networks 
december 2008 by infovore Minimuni
"As the about page says, if you live exactly 6 minutes from Sunset Tunnel East Portal, 8 minutes from Duboce and Church, and 10 minutes from Church Station you may find it useful too." Bespoke tools for yourself that might happen to be useful to others. I like this a lot.
travel  muni  sf  web  application  timetable  personal  situated  software 
december 2008 by infovore
i made this. you play this. we are enemies.
Um. An "artwork/game/digital poem/world of scribbles" from Jason Nelson. Stop trying to "get it".
satire  google  yahoo  web  flash  games  art  poem  experimental 
december 2008 by infovore
The Grid System
"The ultimate resource in grid systems."
resource  grid  design  layout  web  reference 
december 2008 by infovore
GameSetWatch - Exploring Online Worlds: The Oddness Of Trukz
"Though few gamers might be interested in long haul trucking, there is nothing wrong with concentrating on a small group of gamers and offering them the best experience they can get within their limited requirements. In fact, the more MMO developers who realize this—that a small group of loyal players is better than a huge group of disinterested players—the better, honestly." Very true - a nice conclusion to Matthew Kumar's round-up of a somewhat niche - but interesting sounding - browser MMO.
games  mmo  trukz  online  multiplayer  web  browser 
november 2008 by infovore
Play Auditorium
"Auditorium is about the process of discovery and play. There are no right or wrong answers; there are many ways to solve every puzzle." Sounds gorgeous; looks beautiful. So much loveliness.
web  flash  games  play  audio  sound  music  beautiful 
november 2008 by infovore | Nielsen on agile and usability
"Just remember, 'There’s only us.'" Some good analysis; fair and even-handed.
usability  interaction  design  uxd  ucd  agile  development  web  teams  management 
november 2008 by infovore
Code: Flickr Developer Blog » On UI Quality (The Little Things): Client-side Image Resizing
"IE 6 is a riskier proposition, but can show improved image resizing when the AlphaImageLoader CSS filter is applied, the same filter commonly used for properly displaying PNGs with alpha transparency." Oh, that's interesting.
ui  polish  ie6  ie  internetexplore  web  development  image  sizing 
november 2008 by infovore
Lost Garden: The Princess Rescuing Application: Slides
"My talk was on building an application that rescued princesses. The goal was to give interaction designers some insight into how game design might be applied to the domain of more utilitarian applications." Some really good insight, presented in a very clear manner. DanC is, as usual, on fire. Need to digest this slowly, but it certainly overlaps with a lot of my thinking.
games  design  play  application  interaction  web  userexperience 
october 2008 by infovore
Battle of the CSS Frameworks | Capsize Designs
A neat summary of what's available out there; I use Blueprint for prototyping, but it's interesting to see what else is available - particularly the more stripped-down frameworks.
css  design  code  web  layout  framework  prototyping 
october 2008 by infovore
Code: Flickr Developer Blog » Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site
"Developing this site was very different from any other project I’ve worked on; there seems to be a new set of frontend rules for developing high-end mobile sites. A lot of the current best practices get thrown out the window in the quest for minimum page weight and fastest load times over slow celluar connections. Here are a few of the lessons we learned (sometimes painfully) while developing this site." Really excellent article from on building their new mobile/iPhone site.
web  development  mobile  optimization  javascript  css  iphone  flickr 
october 2008 by infovore
"# Find links to audio files on the Web. # Huffduff the links—add them to your podcast. # Subscribe to podcasts of other found sounds." It's like delicious for audio, but it spits out a podcast. Some really lovely work from Jeremy.
web  application  webapp  hfdf  podcast  filtering  social  aggregation 
october 2008 by infovore
T=Machine » Cultural differences: game developers vs web developers
Adam's a smart guy and all, but god, most of this just really rubs me the wrong way. He's correct about business (or rather, he's correct about many of the things I hate about Web Entrepreneurship at the moment); I don't really think his views on product design ring true, though.
design  web  games  industry  comparison  development  product 
october 2008 by infovore
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