This is a massive blog post full of wisdom and words and new ideas.
Stripe goes from strength to strength. Another hard thing made easy with facility to pop money on debit cards, great for market places et al.
Apple and Facebook are moving content inside their walled gardens as the backlash against bad ads and terrible mobile browsing hits fever pitch. Google is worried, this is their answer.
Wolfram is way too geeky to ever hit the mainstream but dammit this is clever and kind of wonderful.
Tim Cook just launched the latest version of Apple's world beating smartphone - the amazing iPhone 6S. I delved into the tech behind the hype.
Today's most shared front page on #skypapers
I knew Google Analytics had an API but was too afraid to use it. Why was I such a cry baby?
Awww... My wife is one smart cookie. Here's how she made it work.
Marketers are waking up to the power of data, which is probably long overdue because geeks and statisticians have been making a fun thing dull for far too long.
30km SW of Ovalle, Chile
Let users visit your site, even when they're on a plane over the Atlantic, or 20,000 leagues under the sea. WTF?!
Here's a little tip here to speed up load times with the maps API by up to 500ms. These days that's probably worth doing.
Damn these kids are clever. Some inspiring stories of people who made data useful.
"It is going to be a bloodbath of independent media." Christ.
I love the Google maps API and I love zombies! Possibly the best bookmark I'll see this week
An everyday problem and some simple solutions.
The growth of Ad Blockers is truly astounding and publishers seem woefully unprepared. They have less time to adjust than they think.
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.