BTW, I hate it when articles on the web are undated. There is no way other than looking at the URL of this piece to know when this was published, and even that is not clear. I think it’s recent but there’s no way to know for sure.
and we’re not gonna take it any more: March For Web Standards | Washington, DC.
Ben Cerveny, and Eric Costello: Transcendent Interactions. Ludicorp’s Presentation at the O’Reilly Emerging Technology Conference. Important stuff in here.
Elastic Design by Patrick Griffiths.
has been launched, designed by Paul Ford of Ftrain.com. He’s published a description of his work: A New Website for Harper’s Magazine. Go read the description and click around the site if you’re interested in the semantic web and such. A preview:
Harper’s is built upon a Semantic Web framework – albeit a primitive one. I’ve written about what the Semantic Web
is, and why it matters before… [snip] Using this framework, Harper’s is divided into two parts: narrative content, like the Features and the Weekly Review, and a taxonomy (or ontology, depending on your preferred term), called Connections.