Outdenting properties for debug CSS [Legends of the Sun Pig - Martin Sutherland's Blog]
I really like this idea of Martin Sutherland about outdenting debug code in CSS. I'm definitely going to use it.
JoshEmerson.co.uk · Blog · The Responsive Process
Yes, I know, I've been linking to articles about the responsive summit a lot, but there's a good reason for it: they're all good articles on an important subject. And yes, most of them repeat one another somehow but you probably didn't read all of them anyway. Here's a long and good article by Josh Emerson about the summit (people were pissed off about the name, next year just call it A Casual Responsive Get Together (and please do invite me)). Somewhere in the article he asks when the client should be involved. From my experience the client should be updated as often as possible. For a big project we did lately we got together with the client every week. Not the same people but different stake holders for every meeting. This way we made sure the new design and workflow is understood by everybody in the organization and we got a lot of very useful feedback during the process.
If you, for whatever reason, want to use the shake event of your phone then this script is probably of use for you (if your phone is an iPhone).
Places It's Tempting To Use Display: None; But Don't | CSS-Tricks
display:none to hide an element is easy but it's also rather resolute. There are better, more accessible ways to hide stuff for different situations. Yes, they're all hacks but you should know them. Chris Coyier collected them for you.
CSS3 Pseudo-Classes and HTML5 Forms | HTML5 Doctor
Here's an article by Peter Gasston on HTML5 form validation in combination with CSS3 pleudo-classes. An absolute must read for everybody who works with forms (you all do, go read it now!)
Adactio: Journal—Getting ahead in advertising
We need to find other ways to make money on the web than advertising, says Jeremy Keith and I agree with him, as I usually do.
Big question: what computer skills should be taught in schools? | Feature | .net magazine
A bunch of experts on different fields answer the question what computer skills should be taught at school. A very interesting read.