Got to keep up with the web. Here is a collection of pages I've bookmarked.
CSS 3 in action
css3.info have gone with a take no prisoners attitude to css3. kudos
Multi-touch is growing, and looking good. Nothing new here from Microsoft, but its looking good for interaction
Good site for all sorts of information and examples of SVG
Focus on interaction design might be the wrong one? Long read - but a good one
Freehand is being ditched
Real same to see Freehand go, although not suprising. I much prefer its handling of text and pages over IL
Programming education for kids. Hopefully inspire another generation
Do we change users
In UI and product desgin, do we change users or reveal unmet behaviours?
How to hire a designer
Same rules apply equally to developers. The main one - show some courtesy and reply, I can not believe how many companies do not even do that
Live Ink speeds up reading
Our eyes are wired for reading the way we currently do, apparently. Try this - it does made quite a difference
Online photo editing
Not exactly PhotoShop but quite impressive anyway. Wonder what the Adobe PhotoShop online will be like?
Pages are the problem
Musings on how the web has inherited the word page
from print, and how that limits our vision
JavaFX from Sun
The part about the end of AJAX is of course nonsense, but it is interesting that another player is looking at an Apollo like platform
A list aprt number 237 - read and enjoy!
Andy Budd on CSS2.2
Andy proposes taking a snapshot of the web as it stands and calling it CSS2.2 (the useful parts of CSS3) instead of waiting another 8 years
Bandwidth of books
Design Observer notes that by 2052 the number of people writing and publishing a book will outstrip the number of people reading them
Old, but outstanding
I just came across this old favorite of mine from Ikea. Outstanding use of video
Webby awards for this year are announed. Some nice work in here.