The Yay Factor: Full Frontal, Uncovered, Web Fonts, rel=accessibility and the zen of Tweets

So it’s only Tuesday but here are a couple of things that have already made me go Yay! this week:

  • Full Frontal – Remy Sharp gets some of the best in the business including Christian Heilmann, Todd Kloots, Stuart Langridge and Peter-Paul Koch to share their secrets about performance, accessibility and mashups all in the name of JavaScript.
  • Web font tests – The Godfather of Internationalisation Richard Ishisda publishes his  tests results on browsers support for the downloading of TrueType/OpenType fonts using just the @font rule, including Khmer, Arabic and Hindi.
  • Progressive enhancement in Tweets – Six steps of progressive enhancement from Eric Eggert. No need to write a book then…(Tag: #petweet).
  • rel=accessibility – In response to Mark Pilgrim’s overview of link relations in HTML5 Bruce Lawson suggests adding re=accessibility and Andy Mabbett implements it. Go team!
  • Ghost Town by the Prodigy – A little something to keep you company while you read. Everyone’s favourite from everyone’s favourite brought to you by Uncovered.

2 thoughts on “The Yay Factor: Full Frontal, Uncovered, Web Fonts, rel=accessibility and the zen of Tweets

  1. Henny, love your blog.
    The link to Richard Ishida’s tests is broken. I’d love to see those if you could fix that link?
    Thank you in advance.

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