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HTML5 Ain’t Changing

October 4, 2012 - By

Recently .net Magazine posted a very interesting article about the origin of some of the more famous structural HTML5 tags (eg. header, nav, section, etc).... View Article

WordCamp Toronto

September 30, 2012 - By

This weekend was the second WordCamp Toronto (#wcto), which I attended with my esteemed colleague Rob Geldhof. The turn out was pretty impressive, especially considering... View Article

Timing Technology

September 29, 2012 - By

By all measures I have a very blessed life! The timing of my birth and the advent of the technology have worked out amazingly! I... View Article

No More Mobile Phone

September 9, 2012 - By

I’m a bit of a gadget nerd. This doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone who knows me as I’m often testing sites on devices... View Article


September 5, 2012 - By

Today I’m showing our PMs how to use WordPress!!! FTW!

Image Texture

August 31, 2012 - By

Graham Kennery showed me this… These images scale to browser size – this means that images can look pretty crappy when scaled up. But... View Article


August 3, 2012 - By

I had a terribly realization recently: my biggest hobby for the last couple years has been “making websites”. Sadly, that’s also what I do for... View Article

Being Google

July 14, 2012 - By

I love thinking about bizarre scenarios. What if it became possible for example for you to know everything on the Internet!? In this hypothetical I’m... View Article

CSS3 Patterns Gallery

July 4, 2012 - By

My mind was blown today by Lea Verou’s gallery of pure CSS backgrounds. At first I thought these were larger than using images, but I... View Article


June 19, 2012 - By

I love my family. In recent weeks we’ve gone through a difficult time. It’s awesome to get through circumstances together and realize you’ve been made... View Article

Internet vs. $1,000,000

June 13, 2012 - By

I love hypothetical what-ifs. Over the years I’ve had some great conversations come out of them, here’s my latest which stumps me. Would you quit... View Article

Gzip (itty-do-da)

May 1, 2012 - By

Gzip is a GNU zip compression that can be applied to files (according to this Wikipedia article that made me cross-eyed by the second sentence).... View Article