Ep15: No success for loch ness

This week’s Authored Content became a sunsetting edition of sorts. Joined by Lisa Larson-Kelley the team talked Unity sunsetting Flash, Netflix sunsetting Silverlight, the huge controversy surrounding Post Formats in WordPress 3.6, whether one less JPG will make up for un-minimized JavaScript and finally Twitter sunsetting the Fail Whale.

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Ep14: I’ve got an Objective C App for that

Join Joe LeBlanc, Simon Allardice, Ray Villalobos, and Morten Rand-Hendriksen for a discussion of the new JS based framework hood.ie, WordPress brute force attacks, Government website design, jQuery 2.0 and no more support for IE8, and the neverending debate over HTML5 vs. natvie apps brought to the forefront again due to LinkedIn’s move from HTML5 to native.

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Ep13: The fridge uses Python

Mark Niemann-Ross joins the Authored Content crew to talk about the deprecation of the hgroup HTML5 tag, DIY computing with the Raspberry PI, your digital afterlife, Microsoft ending support for Windows XP, Mozilla’s Personas project, Moonbase and more. Links to everything below.

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Ep12: Blink…and you’ll miss it

Val Head joins the regular crew to talk about the new Blink rendering engine from Google, whether web design is being accepted as “real” design by designers, Ray’s weekly demonstration of cool tools on the web, a chat about different JavaScript based presentation tools, and a discussion on Facebook Home and what that means for the smartphone marketplace.

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