The value of networking tools (last Tuesday)
A handful of websites pretending to be “The Web”. The harder the fall when it comes. Not wishing any bad luck to anyone, just looking at history.
2001, predictions and science fiction (9 April 2018)
I was telling my kids a few days ago about 2001, that they haven’t seen yet (yeah, I know).
Afraid of looking like a geek (13 March 2018)
Funny how “being a geek” was something someone could have shied from in 1999.
Analytics and smoke screens (6 February 2018)
You have no reliable way at all to know whether I visited your website, period.
Doing something great, then what? (31 January 2018)
Love is blind, and I’d go so far as to say that it’s the same kind of near-sightedness that happens in our professional life, often.
Blogging versus social networks (9 January 2018)
Busting open doors like there’s no tomorrow. See also: screaming in the desert.
One month in English (30 November 2017)
The Blogvember challenge ends today. Here are the few thoughts I gathered doing it.
WAI-Tools Open Meeting, 29 November 2017 (29 November 2017)
Personal summary of the “Open Meeting” held this morning about
Scalable Web Accessibility Assessments.
Writing an extension for Firefox (27 November 2017)
It took me quite some time to understand the mechanisms of Web extensions in Firefox. I’m not sure I’m quite there yet but it’s a beginning.
Instagramification (26 November 2017)
Yes but no, not interested.
Another reason why I love Firefox (25 November 2017)
If you need another reason, here’s one: accessibility.
Reproduction (24 November 2017)
My Daughter told me this joke, and why not share it, it’s Friday.
Friendships and respect (23 November 2017)
A look at your relationships and how they affect the way your friends’ businesses may suffer from it.
Wiped (22 November 2017)
Expectations in design, unfortunate outcomes.
What others know about us (21 November 2017)
It’s good that people don’t know how you perceive them, or we’d end up jumping at each other’s throat.
Firefox 57, from a demanding user’s point of view (that’s me) (20 November 2017)
So, here it is. The good people at Mozilla have decided to change a lot of things in Firefox 57, Quantum — like Quantum leap, clever eh?
There was a time… (19 November 2017)
There was a time when computers had very small capacities, yet landed man on the Moon. And then 20 years later emerged in many homes much better computers, which in turn became the laughing stock of today’s smartphones.
Accepting one’s disability (18 November 2017)
Growing up with or without a disability is always about accepting what life’s giving you.
Bridge of Spies, Steven Spielberg (16 November 2017)
Spielberg is a gifted director, no one doubts that. And once again the film works perfectly and brings us from A to B without a hiccup.
Crawling to pubs (15 November 2017)
I hope you’re ready for the shocking news this post brings: it’s nice to hang around with nice people – there, you were warned.