http://www.html5rocks.com - Google's showcase of html5 skills, in the style of a presentation. Via techcrunch and someone at work who alerted me to it. Damn I should be the one sending these links round really... This stuff is not new, I saw it at FOWA last year but it's nice to see a dummy's guide of html5 examples like that. I have only used the geolocation so far, it's not worth going crazy overboard on these things as they are not fully supported, but I guess the more site builders (do we still say webmasters any more?) use them the quicker everyone will have to upgrade.
A fine day for going to Glastonbury too. I am not going of course, but I waved a couple of cow-orkers off yesterday. Have dug out my old Glastonbury t-shirt today, partly for that and partly because it is red like today's England strip. Come on Enger-land, etc. This t-shirt has been in the cupboard, in a bin bag of other mouldy t-shirts for years. It smells a bit rank actually, and running for the train in this heat did not do it any favours. I found another Glastonbury 1995 t-shirt, one that I don't think had ever been worn. I bought two different ones and kept one pristine to dig out on occasions such as this. But it smelled a bit worse.
Ooh there is a rumour we can go home to watch the England game today!
Paul Clarke's weblog - I live in Hythe near Folkestone. Wed to Clare + dad to two, I'm a full-stack web developr, and I do js / nodejs, some ruby, python, php etc. I like pubs, parkrun, restaurants, home automation and other diy jiggery-pokery, history, family tree stuff, TV, squirrels, pirates, lego, and time travel.