- "Streams of Content, Limited Attention: The Flow of Information through Social Media"
For the longest time, we have focused on sites of information as a destination, of accessing information as a process, of producing information as a task. What happens when all of this changes?
- Daring Fireball: The OS Opportunity
There are massive business markets where Windows remains essential. But the Web is a bigger platform than Windows. The Web is universal. Every computer is on the Web. The Web provides us with a core set of software and APIs that work everywhere.
- Obama Team Challenges Web Developers — Open Source — InformationWeek
The White House is planning to make increasing use of RDFa, a way of tagging metadata to content that could make hard-to-find data more searchable. "We have a lot of primary source content and have it exposed in ways that traditionally hasn't been done by government," Cole said. "Instead of just having PDFs that are scanned, we're trying to reverse that trend."
- A Design Apart: Q&A with Jeffrey Zeldman | Sparksheet
Content informs design; design without content is decoration.
- An Entirely Other Day: Birdhouse for Your Soul
That small obituary — hosted on some cheesy advertising circular’s Web site, last modified in January 2001 — has sat out there, patiently waiting for someone to need it.
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