This is a massive blog post full of wisdom and words and new ideas.
Here's an ace way to keep your teams focused on what matters.
If you're into data even just a bit this listicle will make you pee your pants with excitement.
I rarely bookmark social media articles... unless they're honest and agree with my own metrics. This nails it. Good advice.
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
One case study is worth a thousand wordy tutorials. This is a monster, and it's brilliant.
210km S of Tarauaca, Brazil
If it takes the drudge out of report writing, I bloody hope so.
How rich are you compared to everyone else on the planet? This is a really good use of data but most of all, it's very well presented.
I'm way behind the Flexbox curve. This case study has some quality examples and is a good jumping off point.
I'm pretty proud we've managed to play in the same space as these boys for so long but it looks like market consolidation is complete. The vacation rentals business is now very much a big business.
If you've ever made any kind of visualisation this may depress you - but read it anyway. I came away with a much better understanding of what works.
It turns out the government have been tracking our food intake since 1940 and now they want to release all the data. This could be a fascinating dataset and may spawn some very useful projects. Bravo!
This is huge. HomeAway et al should probably be concerned and owners may finally have a viable alternative.
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.