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This is the monthly archive for June 2006.

29 June 2006

How to Make Your AJAX Applications Accessible - 40 Tutorials and Articles

As it says. I read only a few of them, and wrote one of them.

Accessibility, Data Retrieval | Permalink

26 June 2006

Blogosphere's skew leaves web-watchers Flickr-faced

The danger of the blogosphere revealed: we tend to forget there's an entire world out there, a world where Flickr is not the largest photo sharing site.

Blogging | Permalink

Guerilla Book Marketing

Andy Budd's recommendation for drawing attention to books you like. Good idea; if you encounter my book somewhere, please turn it cover-out.

Society | Permalink

To Microsoft

Stuart visited Microsoft and reports. Once again, it seems Microsoft is firmly committed to openness.

Society | Permalink

Mobile Phone Tests

If you happen to own a mobile phone with browsing capabilities, do these tests. They might lead to a mobile phones compatibility table - and everbody knows we desperately need one.

Mobile, Tests | Permalink

@media 2006

Rachel Andrew on @media.

@media 2006 | Permalink

@Media 2006: Day 2

Isolani's notes on @media - continued.

@media 2006 | Permalink

@Media 2006: Day 1

Isolani's notes on @media.

@media 2006 | Permalink

Notes on JavaScript Libraries

Simon repeats the points he made during the @media panel.

Conferences, JavaScript | Permalink

22 June 2006

The JavaScript Library World Cup

Dojo, Prototype, Mochikit or the Yahoo UI Library? Who's going to win the JavaScript library World Cup? Dan Webb ponders the question.

JavaScript | Permalink

Time breakdown of modern Web design

A pie chart of things we actually spend our time on.

Fun | Permalink

21 June 2006

Essence of tagging

Post by Russ Weakley about tagging. I seem to have inadvertently committed a grave social faux pas when I dissed the touristy photos tagged 'atmedia'. In any case I have some reading to do.

Society | Permalink

Done @nd dusted

Andy Clarke's notes.

@media 2006 | Permalink

Good Design vs Great Design

John Hicks on his panel.

@media 2006 | Permalink

Web Access Centre Blog (beta): @media 2006

Presentation transcripts by the RNIB.

@media 2006 | Permalink

@media 2006:after

Roger's wrap-up. He summed up the coffee problem better than I could.

@media 2006 | Permalink

20 June 2006

Part Time Paid Intern Position Available

Molly is looking for an assistant. An excellent idea, since she's just too busy right now.

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window.onload (again)

Dean returns to the onload problem.

onload | Permalink

Behavioral Separation

Jeremy explains the basics once more; this time on ALA.

JavaScript | Permalink

@media2006 is almost over…

Chris Heilmann's @media highlights.

@media 2006 | Permalink

@media Impressions

Eric's take on @media.

@media 2006 | Permalink

@Media 2006: Wednesday - the day before

Isolani on the @media preliminaries.

@media 2006 | Permalink

@media 2006 Presentation

Andy Budd on his @media presentation.

@media 2006 | Permalink

Back from @media

Jeremy's notes on his presentation and @media in general.

@media 2006 | Permalink

Notes about our @media WCAG 2.0 Presentation

Ian Lloyd's notes on the WCAG panel.

@media 2006, Accessibility | Permalink

13 June 2006

Promoting the responsible use of JavaScript: writing, teaching and presenting

What the WaSP DOM Scripting Task Force has done this year.

JavaScript, Linkdumps, WaSP | Permalink

12 June 2006

Ajax Patterns

List of Ajax patterns; similar to what I myself am looking for in my QuirksBlog entries, but a bit more low-level.

Data Retrieval, Theory | Permalink

11 June 2006

JavaScript loop test

Which JavaScript loop is fastest?

Benchmarks, Core | Permalink

9 June 2006

An XMLHTTPRequest tip

A tip from the MSIE team: in IE 7, use the native XMLHttpRequest object, and not the ActiveX objects you need for IE 6 and lower.

Data Retrieval, IE | Permalink

2 June 2006

In Praise of the Hyperlink

Jeremy's latest presentation.

Society | Permalink

Levels of Accessibility Knowledge

...and Joe does the same for accessibility. 'Level 6: Has small but profitable Web shop. Coauthored Friends of Ed book; business partners have coauthored O’Reilly books and/or have colour deficiency. Writes front-page posts on Accessify Forum. Has cooed at Zeldman’s baby. Smokes.'

Accessibility, Fun | Permalink

Levels of JavaScript Knowledge

Dean takes a stab at categorizing JavaScript knowledge.

Fun, JavaScript | Permalink


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