Zum Inhalt springen

Archive for "English" (page 12)

#catember 8 - reasons.to remix

Day 8 of #catember is a "thank you" for @johnnybelmont and the team that set up such an amazing program for the tenth aniversary of the "reasons.to" conference. And of course to the speakers as well. I'm very glad that I finally made it to Bighton to attend this 3day monster of a conference, it…

#catember 7

Today's #catember is sent from a confurence, where interesting cats of all shapes and colours can be found :)

Getting flexible with two speakers in one cabinet

Years ago I found an old Reußenzehn cabinet with two 12" speakers in an old rehearsal room that we cleaned up. Since neither the speakers nor the cabinet beared any markings regarding impedance and wattage, I was reluctant to use this box, and so it kind of hybernated for quite some time now. In the…

Advice for Companies Fighting Ad Blockers - TJ van Toll

(…) Publishers that believe they can convince ad blocker users to turn off a tool that protects their privacy and data plans need to realize they’re on the wrong side of history. Respect your users or you’ll lose them. developer.telerik.com

A Front End Developer is Aware - Chris Coyier

In a general sense, the front end developer is positioned in the middle of lots of other jobs. Everybody involved in a web team ends up talking with the front end developers. That makes sense. The front end developers create the actual thing people interact with. Everything comes together with the front end developer. Perhaps…

Common Statement by the Foreign Ministers of Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg and the Netherlands, 25/06/2016

Since its creation in 1957 by the six founding Members, the EU has gone a long and successful way. It has reunited Eastern and Western Europe and it has brought about the longest period of peace on our continent in modern times. […] We express our confidence in our common European future. auswaertiges-amt.de

Why Record Store Clerks Are How They Are

You think working with clients and customers is hard? A man kept us busy for 30 minutes, trying first to find in the store, and then google “African Bandstand”. He couldn’t believe us when we told him it didn’t exist because it was, according to him, “the most popular song of all time.” After 15…

Surveying the Landscape - Peter Gasston

A quick recap of the threats to the web as I see them: prioritisation of apps on mobile OSes, including URL interception; destructive online advertising and tracking; ad blocking contributing to a collapse of monetisation; publishers distributing through centralised platforms; emerging markets with no legacy attachment to the web and no incentive to use it;…

1993: Mirco formats