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Links 1 through 10 of 5593 Jeremy Keith's Bookmarks

Tim Bray lists the options available to a technically-minded person thinking about their career path …but doesn’t mention the option of working at an agency. Some good long-zoom observations in here: The bad news that it’s a lot of work. We’re a young pro­fes­sion and we’re still work­ing out our

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According to this, the forthcoming Clearleft redesign will be totally on fleek. adactio.com/links/11928

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When Aaron talks, I listen. This time he’s talking about digital (and analogue) preservation, and how that can clash with licensing rules. It is time for the sector to pick a fight with artists, and artist’s estates and even your donors. It is time for the sector to pick a fight with anyone that is

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Images, videos, sounds, and 3D models are now available from the European Space Agency under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike license. adactio.com/links/11926

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What an excellent idea! A weekly round-up in audio form of indie web and homebrew website news. Nice and short. Chris is huffduffing it too. adactio.com/links/11924

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The latest excellent missive from The History Of The Web—A Brief History of Hypertext—leads back to this great article by Alex Wright on Paul Otlet’s Mundaneum. adactio.com/links/11922

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Jake is absolutely spot-on here. There’s been a lot of excited talk about adding an h element to HTML but it all seems to miss the question of why the currently-specced outline algorithm hasn’t been implemented. This is a common mistake in standards discussion — a mistake I’ve made many times befor

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A podcast chat in which I ramble on about web stuff. Huffduffed for your convenience. adactio.com/links/11913

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Changing our ways of thinking and doing isn’t easy. Sometimes it’s necessary though, and the first step on this journey is to let go. Let go of our imagi­nary feel of control. Forget the boundaries presented by our tools and ways of thinking. Break out of the silos we’ve created. adactio.com/links

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Harry clearly outlines the performance problems of Base64 encoding images in stylesheets. He’s got a follow-up post with sample data. adactio.com/links/11911

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