I knew Google Analytics had an API but was too afraid to use it. Why was I such a cry baby?
Paul Mason argues Twitter is "good enough" and Wall Street should get off its back about slowing growth. He skips the fact it was sold to investors on the basis of strong growth.
This seemed dull until I realised it's a sneak peak into the home of the future.
Flash ads in Chrome will be autoconverted to HTML5 and with that the end of Flash is nigh. A web milestone, let's hug it out.
Nobody talks much about the pitfalls of using open data in a real life project. I'll make a start.
Today's most shared front page on #skypapers
This is an open letter to AirBNB from a host who is clearly passionate about the firm but had their account closed. There's surely more to come but it underlines the power wielded by the global sites.
I'm coming to the end of my love affair with Bootstrap - it's bloaty. But it's been a wonderful tool and I'm sure this update will give it many more wonderful years.
1km N of Piedmont, California
You just spent $750 on a fancy digital camera, so why does the flash turn your beautifully lit living room into a haunted cavern every time you photograph it? These are ace, easy tips!
The ODI flops from bizarre academia to downright obstruction (see jobsworth licensing scheme) and they provide zero support to grass roots hackers. Then they want us to fix all the things. Seriously?
Meh fair enough. It's a bit lame, don't use it in 2015.
This is a nice video about the second big hack we held last year.
This one-year-old has no concept what Star Wars is, but that doesn't stop her Dad. This bloke made me feel just plain inadequate.
You are dying of cancer. You have just lost your unborn child. You have to care for your dying father. You are worthless. The increasingly dark side of big tech.
This is the personal blog of Richard Speigal, a web developer in Bath.
Webunknown is my place to strip off and try things I wouldn't dare in my day job. Most are dumb, but some end up in production.
I love building things and playing with data so if I can help you do that too, please say hello.