Tonight I gave a presentation on Password Security at the 5th Digital Croydon event. Read more.
Over a year and a half with no news? Not quite. A few of the highlights.
In June I will be speaking at the Scotch on the Rocks web developer conference in Edinburgh. More details.
I'm an advocate of usability, creating tools that empower all humans.
I blog about programming and web development topics at Sorcerer's Tower.
I occasionally post photos I have taken and images I create on my Midnight Isle weblog.
I'm passionate about freedom, in all forms.
HTML is a computer language used to provide content and meaning for websites.
It is an acronym for Hypertext Markup Language; Hypertext describes the web's link-based nature, whilst markup describes it's use for "marking" the data (content) with semantics (meaning).
You might notice a lot of buzz about HTML5 - the version number is meaningless, but it basically represents the industry's drive to to update and improve HTML as a language, by providing functionality which it should have already had since 2000.