whatwg – Requests for new elements for comments
Want to do comments on your new spiffy HTML5 site, use an article element inside your main article element.
Mozilla Popcorn – Making video work like the web
The concept is basically at points in the video you can load in data from the web about the video or what’s shown in the video from Twitter, Wikipedia, Google Maps and other stuff.
Eric’s Archived Thoughts – Searching For Mark Pilgrim
It would be quite depressing not to have those resources available, Dive Into HTML5 was "the" online resource for HTML5.
PhobosLab – The State of HTML5 Audio
I especially enjoy the specific complaints directed at Apple and Microsoft for only supporting MP3.
TechCrunch – Yahoo Engineer Complains About Lack Of Innovation At Yahoo
What cruddy work Yahoo.
Paul Rouget – IE9 & HTML5
Yep, IE9 is better but it’s still not a modern browser, two years ago it might have been, today not so much.
Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report – 2010: The Year in Web Standards
What a year indeed for web design and web standards.
James Clark’s Random Thoughts – XML vs the Web
I’m not even sure anymore about the idea of XML to manage your server solutions is going to be used much going forward.
QuirksBlog – The HTML5 drag and drop disaster
Um, maybe I shouldn’t build anything using drag and drop.