HTML5 gets bigger everyday. Now there are entire conferences on it. If you are in the New York City area this week, I would recommend you make your way over to DevCon 5, a HTML5 Developers & Designers Conference.
The keynote presentations look strong, covering topics like “HTML5 Opportunities for new Ventures” and “Why HTML5 Trumps Device OSS“. Continue reading “HTML5 Conference this week in NYC”
The New York Whines ran an article over the weekend commenting on HTML5 privacy. The title of the piece was “Web Upgrade HTML5 May Weaken Privacy“. Please take notice of the word “may”. It tells you right there that they have no idea HTML5 will weaken privacy. They were just trying to get our attention and scare us because online privacy concerns are a hot issue. The article should have been titled “Future Thoughts About HTML5”.
The story in the non-story is about the “evercookie“. A programmer named Samy Kamkar created the evercookie which is a cookie that he thinks will be difficult to delete. The cookie data is stored in multiple places including several HTML5 locations. → Read More
Happy HTML5 Day!
Yes, it has finally arrived. The holiday that puts all other holidays to shame: HTML5 Day! Every August 5th, we celebrate this truly festive occasion. → Read More