This earlier dialog Toot-sized summary:Mastodon: coolIntegration with Vivaldi users: cooler But you can go further (given time, desire and business case): two-way bridge between Mastodon and all your other content Even further: POSSE-style publishing platform on vivaldi.net Even further: Social networking repository supported by […]
Introduction Coming back to Vivaldi.net has led to me reconnecting to this Vivaldi blog, originally on My.Opera,com beginning 18 years ago. Two months after Facebook, a website that has turned out rather more successful so far. Like every web publication of age, it has […]
Of sorts. Lately I have published some on Medium, more on Twitter, but this might change. The old Opera debating society ended up at the DnD Sanctuary (the old domain with “the” in front was squatted).
It made public news that Opera is sidelining the Presto engine for Webkit, something I expected before I knew. What is good for business and what is good for the Web are not the same. Opera’s business case for Presto has not been so […]
So the Bluetooth Special Interest Group goes for the “Smart” moniker to market multi-technology Bluetooth 4.0. Fine, as it were, though it reminds me of the e-moniker during the Internet bubble and the rest. It is common for consumer devices these days to get […]
Reply to How to include extended transcripts with video This is not written from WAI perspective, but also from the perspective of making video/audio WAI usable. Before jumping into syntax at the end I would like to consider the requirements for captions and transcriptions. […]
SVG Animation (based on SMIL) and CSS Animation offer some similar features for animating Web content. Harmonising these two technologies has been considered on a number of occasions but a path forward has yet to be established. In response to a feature-by-feature comparison of […]