Posts Tagged: News

NO to DRM in HTML and broken audio/video

Feb. 16, 2013

The W3C is taking input from Netflix, Microsoft, Google, Apple and BBC to add DRM to HTML. This is a really bad idea on so many levels it's hard to pick any one aspect to start.

Why you should use WebGL

Feb. 02, 2013

There is (among graphics enthusiasts) a lot of debate what API/version of something to use with a bunch of hotly contested alternatives. I would like to convince you to give WebGL a try, and this blog post explains why. It will also quickly summarize a few things people usually ask about WebGL. There are many gotchas (like with anything) as well, and I am aware of a lot more of them than you can imagine. I will perhaps talk about them in another blog post.

CSS Shaders, W3C, Microsoft and Broken Standards

Aug. 22, 2012

Right now the W3C is discussing CSS shader standardization on their mailing lists. Microsoft has voiced their opinion and things are about to get very strange indeed.

Digg is dead baby, Digg is dead

Aug. 31, 2010

Just a quick update on the state of social media, in this case Digg. In the recent days, Digg v4 rolled out. The major change? Content providers (such as the Huffington post etc.) are now direct feed providers that plug into Digg. Doing this killed their userbase, read on to find out why.

Andis trip to Canada and Alaska

Aug. 26, 2010

Andi is currently on a trip that makes me envious. So I thought it'd be neat if I had a thing where I can see where he was. I've given him my GPS tracker and wished him merry holidays

Site redesign, more fun, more green

Aug. 22, 2010

Codeflow has been redesigned by me in the last couple of days. If you have been here before, don't click away just yet, you are at the right site, this is still Codeflow. A lot of new things can be found on this page now, and if you care to read on, I'll introduce you to them.