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Spidergawd - 14.3.19 @ Nachtleben, Frankfurt

Hand showing the "rock" two finger salute in front of the chest , wearing the Spidergawd logo T-Shirt

Wow. I knew that this was going to be a great evening, having watched plenty of live footage on the intertubes before, and having their albums on heavy rotation for quite a while now. But little did I know HOW GOOD this evening would turn out.

The World-Wide-Work – Ethan Marcotte @ New Adventures, Nottingham, 24.1.2019

Happy 30th Birthday, dear WWW

On this day, in 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal, that is widely regarded as the birth of the "web" as we know it. Today, Sir Tim Berners-Lee published an article about the current state of "the web" and how the free and open transfer of information and knowledge is endangered by the current…

Fighting uphill - Eric Bailey

Making Future Interfaces: Inline SVG – Heydon Pickering

youtube direct svg

Syndicate some Blogposts from WordPress to Kirby with the REST API - Revisited

One year ago I established a connection between some blog posts here to my portal site via the WordPress REST API, a cron job, and some php-scripts. This weekend I revisited the code, since there was one detail that kind of bugged me: The REST API treats "categories" as an OR condition; but for my…

Danko Jones, Nashville Pussy, Prima Donna US Tour Gigposter

*rrrrrrrrrr… … rock!! I really like the new Danko Jones tour poster.

The practical value of semantic HTML – Bruce Lawson

When Sir Bruce speaks up, you'd better listen. That's the law, son. (…) If the importance of good HTML isn’t well-understood by the newer breed of JavaScript developers, then it’s my job as a DOWF (Dull Old Web Fart) to explain what it means, and why it’s important. Gather round, Fullstack JavaScript Developers – together…

SMEgnorance

(The following is my translation of my blog post "KMUnverstand" which originally was published in German and seemed to resonate with quite a few people in my web dev bubble. It surely is full of grammar- and spelling-errors, but I hope the gist of it will come across anyway) In our small web-studio we have…