Every Thursday is Tech Thursday, and we bring you some cool links from the world of technology.
- Wikipedia has a very comprehensive list of of important publications in computer science
- Fast company tells us to prepare for a lot of requests to HTML5 it! - much like we had with DHTML and Ajax. I mentioned this in my talk at SWDC where I called it DHTML5 and Ajaxian agrees in deja vu on Ajax.
- Does the iPad mean the end of
:hover? Andy Croll thinks so and Douglas Bowman disagrees.
- Phil Gyford used the Guardian Open Platform and redesigned Today's Guardian leaving extensive notes as to why and how whilst doing so.
- An interesting Nielsen research analyses iPhone vs. Android
- woe db is another visualisation of the GeoPlanet Data data much like the GeoPlanet Explorer
- How an engineer folds a T-Shirt is a good use for an old cardboard box
- Marca has a very cool Worldcup 2010 visualisation
- Everyone dials in can make phone conferences of distributed teams much less confusing
- Good tutorial on creating an iPhone optimised web site with jQTouch
- A simple introduction to E4X – great for YQL open tables
- NASA allows you to put your face in space – win, despite the cheesy launch sequence.
- If San Francisco crime were elevation is an awesome visualisation – scary, too.
- Vanity is an A/B testing framework for Rails
- IMified is a IM posting framework for your scripts
- If you want lightning fast PHP, check out PHP-FPM + NGINX + APC
See you at @media2010 in London today!