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I wrote a little something on git aliases, basically as a way to talk about some schweet git log and git diff settings I’ve found. Hope you like it!

http://oli.jp/2012/git-powerup/
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Thanks +Oli Studholme. I have a correction:

git config alias.ll log --stat --abbrev-commit

needs speech marks around the command.
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Facebook just launched the HTML5 Resource Center. A clean summary of the state of the art when it comes to HTML5 and webapp development. Recommendations for Backbone, Sproutcore, Modernizr, Yepnope, polyfills, etc.

Love pages like this webapp architecture overview developers.facebook.com/html5/build/richui/

Visit developers.facebook.com/html5/ /via +Eric Bidelman
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SO TRUE
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In case you've had trouble convincing people that things should look different across browsers, hopefully this'll help...

http://paulirish.com/2011/tiered-adaptive-front-end-experiences/

Delivering speed and delivering a good UX is more important than visual or functional consistency.
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I’ve updated my HTML5 Doctor article “Extending HTML5 — Microdata” with:
* schema.org info
* browser support (Opera 12 dev release!)
* new tools (PHP Microdata Parser, Mida, Validator.nu, generators)
* better explanation of global identifiers/itemid
* standalone example files
* an example of Live Microdata JSON output

Check it out at http://html5doctor.com/microdata/ #html5
OnJuly 21st 19:00-20:00atApple Ginza,Oliver Reichenstein, CEO of iA, will share the lessons they’ve learned while creating three iPad apps and one iPad website.
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what, you didn’t find any errors!? inconceivable! ;)
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If you have an interest in attending SXSW (or if you don't) here is a selection of talks that are worth hearing. Please help to upvote them.

TOP PICKS:
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/12909 dbaron (mozilla's css czar) on how browsers work. See also Faster HTML and CSS: Layout Engine Internals for Web Developers
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10893 CSS3 is omg so passé. Learn what's up with CSS4.
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/11956 browser developer tools (including ME!)


GAMEY
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/13773 game dev in html5 from zynga
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10863 Building great games in HTML5 Erik Möller - emberwind http://my.opera.com/emoller/blog/
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10895 Leaving Flatland: getting started with WebGL -@philogb& wife @gerbille
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10450 What WebGL will mean for the Web

DEVICES
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/11462 html5 touch interfaces from flickr
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10666 Opera's Andreas on responsive design

CSS
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10282 CSS3 Animations, feat Francis Phan & Estelle Weyl
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10913 Estelle's workshop
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/9410 andy hume - css best practices

BROWSERS
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/12185 browserwars. this panel is always epic (last year: http://lanyrd.com/2011/sxsw/scrxm/ )

MISC
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/9682 @smcbride from typekit talking @font-face
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10996 chris mills - html5 now polyfill talk
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/10743 mobile html5 for decision makers
http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/12209 rob larsen espouses the facts behind the html5 vs native debate
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Sheesh, Opera is making work for me again. Now I have to update http://html5doctor.com/microdata/ :p
Great stuff Opera! \o/
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Nested groups of name-value pairs galore, we have just released an Opera snapshot with full support for the microdata DOM API! Get it while it's hot and report bugs!

Coincidentally, my patches for http://validator.nu/ just landed and it now has improved support for microdata. (Stay tuned for more complete support.)
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In any case I was in dire need of fresh air at the time of writing :) No pressure!
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I was really excited when Amazon announced they now support HTML5 and CSS3 in Kindle Format 8… until I found out what they actually support.
http://oli.jp/2011/amazon-html5/
Hint: it’s not HTML5 or CSS3. Not even close ;(

Web stack for ebooks already, someone! Plzzz???
Oli .jp. Articles… Amazon “HTML5” and ebook formats. October 21, 2011. As I'm currently writing a book using HTML5 and CSS3, I was excited to hear of Amazon's “Announcing HTML5 Support in Kind...
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+Philip Jägenstedt yeah, sigh. I’m impressed by how much ePub 3 covers (especially compared to anemic ePub 2), but still…
WebKit bug hasn’t seen much progress recently, sadly: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=15548

+Francesco Spreafico Oh I didn’t notice that comment. But there’s partial lists and there’s partial lists… :)
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GitHub has a great service called GitHub Pages, where they’ll serve your project’s website for you. With a CNAME setting you can even have this appear on your own domain. However, the default setup assumes that you’ll work in the master branch, and have a gh-pages branch with separate content for the project’s website.

I only wanted one branch, so here’s an article on how I set things up and deleted master from GitHub. I’ve also linked to GitHub Pages workflow articles by +Lea Verou and +Nicolas Gallagher .

http://oli.jp/2011/github-pages-workflow/
Oli .jp. Articles… GitHub Pages and deleting git's master branch. October 14, 2011. Over at HTML5 Doctor we've decided to mirror Mark Pilgrim's “Dive into HTML5” book, and help update it. ...
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Hey Rob and Matt,
Thanks for the input. I think GitHub has changed some things about Pages too, so I’ll try to update this post in the not-too-distant future, and include your suggestions.
Cheers, Oli
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Updating my Love Letter to the CSS Working Group article:
http://oli.jp/2011/csswg-love/

with +Ben Schwarz’s schweet GitHub mirror of the CSSWG’s CVS repo:
https://github.com/benschwarz/csswg-mirror

and +divya manian’s clean, G+-influenced reboot of specification styles, for example:
http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css3-images/
http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css3-flexbox/

Now the fun begins!
Oli .jp. Articles… A love letter to the CSS Working Group. April 21, 2011. Someone needs to do to CSS what WHATWG has done to HTML. — @boblet. Given the not-always-sunny relationship between some memb...
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ナイス!
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Hi everyone!

We've heard from a lot of Google+ users wanting an easier way to understand posts written in other languages. I'm an engineer on Google Translate and thought we could do something about that.

That's why I'm happy to announce our Chrome extension, Google Translate for Google+, that using the power of Google Translate, can automatically translate any post or comment into more than 50 languages.

Once you've installed the extension, refresh Google+ and you'll see Translate links next to posts and comments. Click the links to instantly see translations.

You can get the extension here:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jfppgkomfopklagggkjiaddgndkgopgl

We hope you'll give it a try and let us know what you think!

Thanks!
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More coolness from #csssummit. Paul, Estelle and Lea also used web-based slide decks. Anyone else?
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Did a CSS Performance talk at the CSS Summit (online conf) today. Slides are here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/39519/talks/cssperf/index.html I talked about Reflows, Selector and Rule performance, Expensive style properties, Polyfills and Debugging & Tools.

The slide deck probably doesn't make a lot of sense solo. I'm going to record a screencast soon to capture this talk. In the meantime my http://paulirish.com/2011/dom-html5-css3-performance/ screencast dives into reflows well.
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“When Patents Attack!” by This American Life is awesome investigative journalism. Essential listening, and free to stream for the next few days.

http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/441/when-patents-attack
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I listen this media for studying English. It's good resource. : )
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Oli works as a developer for Information Architects, Inc. in Tokyo, Japan. He wrote “Beginning HTML5 and CSS3—The Web Evolved” (Apress) with Richard Clark, Divya Manian, and Christopher Murphy. He also writes at oli.jp and tweets as @boblet. 宜しくね!^^
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