Infrequently Noted

Alex Russell on browsers, standards, and the process of progress.

Vendor Prefixes Are A Rousing Success


Real Constructors & WebIDL Last Call

Standards Are Insurance

What A Breakup Would Look Like

Things the W3C Should Stop Doing

The time has come for the W3C to grab the mantle of the web, shake off its self-doubt, and move to a place where doing good isn't measured by numbers of specs and activities, but by impact for web developers.

Why "class" Doesn't Mean What You Think It Means

Google & the Future of JavaScript

Simply stated, Google is absolutely committed to making JavaScript better, and we're pushing hard to make it happen.

Non-Admin Chrome Frame, Now Stable!

Browser Wars (plural)

Half Lives

Performance Innumeracy & False Positives

Cutting The Interrogation Short

On The Care And Feeding of Spinning Disks

Newer Posts: 2012

Older Posts : 2010