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Some Web Standards Posts.

  1. WaSP vs. W3C

    The WaSP speaks up about the creation of the HTML5 logo and branding campaign

  2. Recording HTML5-friendly Skype calls

    Not one-step simple, but this is a very easy way to make HTML-5 friendly video recordings

  3. Best practices for mobile Web apps

    The W3C has some suggestions for how to create a good web app for mobile devices

  4. The state of CSS in 2010

    The W3C's official declaration of which of the various modules are part of the specification today

  5. Finalized HTML5 in 2011

    The W3C is pushing to have HTML5's last call happen before the summer of 2011 

  6. On CSS prefixes

    Eric Meyer argues for vendor prefixes, and proposes an improvement to the standardization of CSS

  7. Performance of conditional comments

    Seems like using IE's conditional comments might slow page loads in that browser

  8. Lessons from working with Web standards, revisited

    Four years later, I look back at some of the lessons learned about designing a news Web site using Web standards to see what still applies.

  9. Scribd in HTML5

    Impressive demo could help improve discoverability and accessibility of uploaded documents

  10. Rent or own typefaces

    Good discussion in the comment thread about the best ways to distribute fonts on the Web

  11. Video in HTML5

    Excellent, and very long, tutorial on a still (to me) questionable element (imagine the equivalent for img)

  12. Haven’t heard that before

    So, as HTML 5 begins to spread beyond the academic discussion phase, and into the fringes of the Web design community, an all too typical culture clash has once again emerged. The perfectionists and pragmatists are publicly at it again.

  13. IE9 preview available

    Quick tests of new browser seem to put it almost on par with the latest Firefox and Safari releases

  14. How to render video and audio

    In-depth article on working with HTML5 to get video and audio elements working in a page

  15. How we got a visual Web

    An early discussion about loading pictures on Web pages reveals how some things never change

  16. Allowed rel values

    HTML 5 limits the values for the rel attributes to certain values

  17. W3C on open goverment data

    The people behind the Web standards offer some best practices for governments looking to open their data

  18. The HTML5 Super Friends

    Some smart standardistas want to help polish HTML5

  19. Limiting HTML5 feeback

    HTML5 WG is "run by tech geeks...And to a geek...the way to filter input is to use technology as a barrier"

  20. Web-friendly fonts, take 2

    An XML-based licensing standard (.webfont) has been proposed as a way to embed typefaces

  21. View all (it might be a looong page, though)