After the excellent dConstruct HTML5 and CSS3 workshop on Wednesday run by Jeremy, Natalie and Richard, I wanted to try out some of the things I learnt from the day. Continue reading “rebooted, html5 and css3”
I’m in the process of rebooting my website and transferring content from the old www.srj24.co.uk website. If you’re visiting this site after picking up one of my business cards, please bear with me. Service will be resumed shortly…
Stephen Fry has quite a devious sense of humour and to celebrate over 50,000 followers came up with a challenge: to write a 140 character Twitter containing exactly 50 Ls and win a yet unknown prize.
Continue reading “Laconic Llamas”
Ian Lloyd has posted an article on a petition to the UK Government on better web accessibility. I’ve put my name down, if you’re a UK resident go and do the same… you know you want to.
I had the pleasure of my first professional talk last week courtesty of CaMedia on the merry subject of What can XML do for you? The talk went very well, a nice group attended and I hope I managed to communicate the basics of what XML is and can be used for. Continue reading “XML and Web Standards talk”
37 Signals stirred things up recently when they unveiled the time tracking facility to Basecamp, their popular project management system. We at Studio 24 have been using Basecamp to help organise our hectic workload over the past few months and have found it to be an excellent tool. The time tracking feature just makes it all that much better. Continue reading “Time tracking with categories, Basecamp style”