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Our charity ride from John o’Groats to Land’s End begins with horrendous weather.
Flickr badges don’t show photo titles, so I turned to a simple bit of DOM scripting for a solution.
Day 2 on our way from John o’Groats to Land’s End. A good day.
Widgets on my Mac OS X dashboard.
Day 11 of our ride from John o’Groats to Land’s End took us from Tiverton to Liskeard across Dartmoor. Very wet, very hilly. Proper hard ride despite being ‘only’ 100km. A lot of fun.
Underworld recently put out some 12” singles and I’m loving the type-based artwork.
Day 4 of our ride from John o’Groats to Land’s End. A glorious, mostly flat ride from Fort William to Inveraray.
Day 3 of our ride from John o’Groats to Land’s End. The Loch Ness day, and another good one.
British Sea Power gave an awesome peformance which was a fitting finale to a fantastic three nights.
Journeying from Devon to the North West of Scotland to begin our 980 mile ride back from John o’Groats to Land’s End in aid of charity.
I’ve just come back from three days in Ljubljana, Slovenia – a surprise Christmas present from Her Indoors.
So the election has been announced. This, Election Blog, and other simple choices.
Day 5 of our ride from John o’Groats to Land’s End. A wet but scenic start, eventually leading to crappy roads in and around Kilmarnock.
I think it’s high time I told you about my new book; or rather our book, Blog Design Solutions.
Discussion of the evolution of triple tags to machine tags, in particular Flickr’s handling thereof, and how best to represent an ISBN in machine tag format.
Wow, what an evening. I spent the whole evening in the Hanbury Ballroom – a great little venue two streets away from my house. I was really looking forward to this night and I wasn’t disappointed.
So d.Construct is over. It all seemed to go swimmingly well and there has been a fantastic positive response from everyone who attended.
Day 6 of our ride from John o’Groats to Land’s End – our first 100 miler.
Yesterday was a pretty good day for April Fools. In particular was the SimpleFools conspiracy and media Antarctica.
A few weeks ago my Great Uncle Jack passed away aged 94. Throughout Uncle Jack’s house were stacks of annotated photos. But what would happen when I’m 94 and dead and buried? The digital age could prove to be an archivist’s dream or a nightmare.
In acknowlegement of CSS Reboot I have created Clagnut 2.0 beta in which I have started exploring APIs and thinking more about tagging.
The final day. We only managed to squeeze in two-and-a-bit bands today, following a 40 minute queue to get into the Honey Club.
One of the main complaints aimed towards the iPhone is that camera is deemed to be a bit crap. So I thought I’d do a quick comparison with my old phone to see how it stands up.
One Day in History is a one off opportunity for you to join in a mass blog for the national record. That, and I’ve joined the photo a day for a year bandwagon.
Hackday London was fantastic. Andy Hume and I designed and developed a hack by way of a web app called Get Us Organised. It proved quite popular.
I’m off to SxSW again this year!
I’ll expand on this post over the next few days – there’s so much going on here, all the time, that there’s barely a chance to breathe let alone put a coherent post together so this will just be bits and pieces when I get a chance.
This meme is getting really irritating isn’t it?
Hot on the heels of Colly’s review of Super Furry Animals in Nottingham, I once more had the pleasure of seeing SFA at London’s Brixton Academy. It certainly wasn’t the mellow gig that Colly saw; this was SFA rocking away in big style.
So I’m off to @media for the rest of this week – can’t wait! And in other news I have an article in this month’s Practical Web Design magazine.
As you’ve probably heard by now, a number of explosions have gone off in the London Underground system and on a number of buses. Tony Blair has just confirmed it was a terrorist attack. Thanks to those of you IMing to see if I’m OK.
Clagnut is featured as a Star Site in Practical Web Design magazine and @media 2006 is announced.
Day 12, the final day of our ride from John o’Groats, took us from Liskeard to Land’s End. We made it. What a trip.
Well it’s the usual reason – so much stuff, so little time. There’s two projects, two books and then my arch nemesis pops up.
This year’s dConstruct is looking brilliant. We’ve got a stellar lineup, four great workshops and now you can win a ticket to the conference just by customising one of our special badges.
So the Apple Store in London has finally opened. My bro had intended to get up super early and get himself a Lucky Bag. Even if he hadn’t slept through his 6am alarm, reports indicate he would still have been 12 hours too late joining the queue.
On presenting web typography in Slovenia, my hospitable hosts, and discovering Zemanta, a clever blog enhancement tool.
The latest issue of Design Edge Canada magazine – a publication for Canada’s graphic design industry – was a web typography special for which I contributed top ten tips for web typography.
Poppy is 1½ today. She’s my first dog and, it’s been a wonderful, if occasionally trying experience for both Her Indoors and me.
Call to colour blind readers to help out with PhD research and a point towards my contribution to 24 ways.
So I just bought a Herman Miller Aeron chair for the home office. Extravagant? Perhaps; but it was it worth it?
Sorry not some wonderful cure, but instead a few sites that might be of interest: an great looking, accessible charity site and some approachs to presenting photos on web pages.
Day two, and following the CSS failure yesterday I thought we’d camp out in the Corn Exchange all evening to ensure we saw Art Brut.
Last Sunday I completed the inaugural Brighton marathon. It was a great day, for a good cause.
Back in January I was part of a double bill with Jon Tan, entitled Skillswap goes typographic. It went down really well so I thought I’d better tie it all together here.
Win a VIP ticket with the dConstruct Time Capsule, and future proof yourself with a dConstruct workshop.
It’s still August and SxSW is already appearing over the horizon. You can buy tickets now, but the big news is that this year’s panel picker is now live. Also, we’ve got sage advice for getting the most out of dConstruct 2007.
Web Accessibility: Web Standards and Regulatory Compliance is the full title of the latest book with my name on it. Published by Friends of Ed, it’s now gone to the printers and will be available sometime in July.
The Great Escape has begun. The second year of ‘Europe’s leading new music festival’ has come to Brighton again, with even more bands and venues.
TypeCon2010 in Los Angeles was my first typography conference. It felt good. I was made welcome, made new friends, renewed old acquaintances and learned a lot.