Monthly Archives: September 2009

teehan+lax » iPhone Needs a New Home

That would be cool (they are actually building a working version, just for jailbroken iPhones, though):


“I’d have loved for this post to be the introduction of our latest iPhone application. An application that introduces a new default optional home screen. A screen that doesn’t require you to scan for red dots with numbers inside of them. Instead it would display information and notifications of things that are new and relevant to you. We’ll all have to keep dreaming for the time being. Unless you’re willing to jailbreak your phone it simply isn’t possible to develop and implement this type of hostile UI takeover using the iPhone SDK.”

(From teehan+lax » Blog Archive » iPhone Needs a New Home.)

the ragbag – arial & helvetica on friday, i hosted a screening…


“[…] there ARE other typefaces and one of them is helvetica […]”

(From the ragbag – arial & helvetica
on friday, i hosted a screening…

HTML5 Super Friends

“We, the undersigned, wish to declare our support for the direction in which the HTML5 specification is heading. […]

HTML5 is not perfect in our estimation, not that any markup language could be. In particular, we have significant concerns about some aspects of the specification. But we are optimistic that the official channels provided by the working group will offer a sufficient and fair hearing of our concerns.”

(From HTML5 Super Friends.)