TTMMHTM – Paris Web Videos, Project:Possibility, Mozilla Labs evening, Fish SandwichesSaturday, December 20th, 2008 at 2:50 am
Things that made me happy this morning (evening, afternoon? what do I know, jetlagged and confused):
- The Videos of Paris Web talks are now available – most of them in French, but two in English. In any case awesome content, check them out! Amazing “bang for your buck” conference, that one.
- Opera’s “Mother” Henny Swan talks about the state of the accessible web 2008
- One of the cooler thinks Henny talks about is Project:Possibility, an Open Source initiative to build accessible software. Check out the awesome favicon on that one! 5.1/4” floppy with wheelchair FTW!
- While “us Brits” (well, I can play now, can’t I?) had a good insight into who represents us in parliament via they work for you for quite a while now, the New York Times hackers brought the same convenience to the unwashed masses via Represent. I love the clear look of it!
- I’ve been to my first Mozilla Labs Meetup and it was great – especially after the Manhattan mixed by Brendan Eich…
- To round things up, I am very happy that someone set a record for Most Images Of Fish Sandwiches Looked At In One Minute so I don’t have to.
Tags: accessibility, mozilla, newyorktimes, nyt, parisweb08, politics, possibility, represent