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'm happy to go wandering about outside, in all sorts of weather.
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.