• Creating a set of icons in various sizes in the browser

    August 15th, 2014

    Hooray, I did do some coding again for a change! One of the issues I had with submitting apps for the Firefox Marketplace is that the validator of the manifest always complains about me missing out on certain icon sizes. That’s why I thought it’d be sweet to have an in-browser tool to generate all […]

    Presenter tip: animated GIFs are not as cool as we think

    August 11th, 2014

    Disclaimer: I have no right to tell you what to do and how to present – how dare I? You can do whatever you want. I am not “hating” on anything – and I don’t like the term. I am also guilty and will be so in the future of the things I will talk […]

    Microsoft’s first web page and what it can teach us

    August 8th, 2014

    Today Microsoft released a re-creation of their first web site, 20 years ago complete with a readme.html explaining how it was done and why some things are the way they are. I found this very interesting. First of all because it took me back to my beginnings – I built my first page in 1996 […]

    On wearables and weariness

    August 4th, 2014

    I just published my first post on Medium about wearable technology and the disappointment of its current state of affairs partly because I wanted to vent and to try it out as a publishing platform. So head over there to read about my thoughts – TL;DR: I love the idea of wearables but the current […]

    [Video+Transcript]: The web is dead? – My talk at TEDx Thessaloniki

    July 24th, 2014

    Today the good folks at TEDx Thessaloniki released the recording of my talk “The web is dead“. I’ve given you the slides and notes earlier here on this blog but here’s another recap of what I talked about: The excitement for the web is waning – instead apps are the cool thingAt first glance, the […]