Rabbit Hole Code

In an attempt to steer my referrer logs away from the HTC Hero, I wanted to get back to something I mentioned on Twitter a while back. I want to talk about rabbit holes in your code. After a while, all code will have at least one rabbit hole in it. You know you’ve found … More Rabbit Hole Code

HTML5 Survey results

After my HTML5 talk, I issued a survey asking people about their expectations for HTML5. There were 11 responses, so I won’t make any claims for any statistical significance, but there were a few interesting results. I will leave the survey open, for anyone who wishes to spread the word, and I’ll post a follow … More HTML5 Survey results