Opera Software announced two big things this morning: They now have 300 million monthly users. New Opera products will use WebKit, rather than their own Presto rendering engine. Love Letter The announcement reads like a love-letter to web standards and the advancement of the open-web: The WebKit project now has the kind of standards support that we could only dream […]
Messy desk, messy mind. Or something like that. Sick of my cluttered desk, I set about putting things in order to see how it affects my productivity.
On a whim, I recently learned to knit. Rather, I started to learn to knit. I haven’t yet learned how to stop knitting – by which I mean that at the moment, I’m unable to turn what I’m doing into anything of use. Even so, it’s a new skill and a relaxing one at that. This morning I stumbled […]
This time last week Chris and I were at Handheld Conference in Cardiff, Wales. If you didn’t see what I wrote on Friday, or just want to catch-up, have a read of Part I. It was a long day, but thankfully we got to grab some lunch mid-way through. Bellies stuffed, we headed back in… Kevin Mears, in-house […]
Last weekend, through the cold, the dark and the rain, Chris and I made the long journey over to Cardiff. Not for rugby, not for shopping, but for Handheld Conference; a series of talks based around mobile technologies. Right now, mobile is big news. And by “mobile” I don’t just mean your smartphone; tablets are getting more powerful […]
Twitter engineering manager Pankaj Gupta has revealed that the way we search the site is about to change.
Working environment is a big deal, especially in in a creative industry, so we’ve been looking at ideas to improve Cloudspotting HQ. How does yours compare?