Browser Support? Forget It! – David Bushell – Web Design & Front-end Development -
Maintaining a browser support list for clients has the potential to do more damage than good in my opinion. It does not reflect the reality of how websites are built, nor the devices which access them. It gives clients and developers alike the wrong impressive of what we should be trying to achieve. A traditional browser support list is completely ignorant of a website’s requirements. It wrongly aims for parity across browsers and leads to much wasted time and money. Labelling individual browsers as all or nothing is madness. Considering what the web’s future is shaping up to be like, it’s also futile.
The Impenetraball protects its hollow interior with a dense, chainmail-like mesh made from 132 binder clips. (via Impenetraball — Sculpture by Zachary Abel)
CBC music library could be lost -
“A library as a whole is a document of how and why an institution or organization collects and organizes its artifacts,” says Amber Goodwyn, the music co-ordinator at Montreal radio CKUT. “Digitization obfuscates that history.”
COPE: Create Once, Publish Everywhere -
Build content management systems (CMS), not web publishing tools (WPT)
Now Every Company Is A Software Company - Forbes -
Your company must, using software and technology, become as responsive and agile as your customers. And then remain as aggressive as they are by measuring, monitoring, evaluating and responding to data about your products and services and their impact on society.
FEEDBACK BLOG: Giving it Away: How Free Music Makes More Than Sense -
Music matters. It’s so integral and pervasive in our culture that it almost feels invisible. It’s even hard to imagine walking into almost any store without hearing music overhead. Culture provides a constant soundtrack to our lives. So it’s no wonder there’s so much discussion and debate…