AMP, Google's technology that tries to make the mobile web faster by giving Google a monopoly over it, is fucking poisonous and it destroys everything that makes the Web great. Reject AMP!
Nobody is too young for science! Dan shares some of his toddler-friendly science activities.
Even the tamest of abusive relationships can have an impact that lasts for years or decades. Dan shares a facet of his experience.
Left alone to look after a conference stand, Dan implements a browser-based video game prototype called Steer! in which the player uses their mobile phone to control a speeding car.
Feeling optimistic about the technical future of the Web, Dan finds the opportunity to hack about with some promising new tools: Intersection Observers, Web Workers, Blobs, and the Fetch API.
Does Jack FM, Dan's favourite local radio station, always play the same old stuff? Let's find out with the help of some data mining...
Dan writes the 594,000th (surviving) word in his blog, making it longer than virtually every novel, and reveals that his family will be getting a little larger this year.
Using a real-life vulnerability he discovered on the University of Oxford's IT Services website as an example, Dan reminds you of the importance of sanitising even cookie data to prevent XSS vulnerabilities.
Once again, thanks, Sir Poet. I had no idea. Now I have some …
That look when she sees the T-Rex is priceless!
It sounds like you’re having a lot of fun with all those thi …
Great list! I’m exhausted just reading it 😄
That was an interesting read. Thanks for sharing.