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Related to previous post. Jeremy mentioned John Allsopp's A Dao of Web Design post from 11 years ago. As relevant today as it was then.

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Listened to this (again) today. Live in the now, but be future friendly.
http://vimeo.com/32143919

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"To keep up with the 5by5 master feed you would need to average 1.9 hours of listening every day".

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I know I just got back from An Event Apart, but wonder if it's too soon to start planning my next educational experience.
In case you missed it, +Retreats 4 Geeks is hosting another retreat this coming March in Clark, CO. The topic is progressive enhancement and +Jeremy Keith and I will be leading the instruction. Here’s the skinny:

* Dates: 25–30 March 2012 in Clark, CO (outside of Steamboat Springs).
* It’s an intimate retreat—only 18 attendees—meaning lots of time to work one-on-one with me & Jeremy.
* Days 1 & 2: Classroom-style training on a variety of progressive enhancement topics (see http://retreats4geeks.com/events/2012/progressive-enhancement/#schedule).
* Day 3: Work as a group on an actual project with me and Jeremy providing mentoring.
* Day 4 (optional): Spend time discussing stuff we covered in the previous days while sitting in the jacuzzi or while having a drink by the fire or go do something fun outside to rest your brain (horseback riding, skiing, etc.).

Topics that we’ll cover: progressive enhancement (naturally), adaptive layouts/responsive web design, the “mobile first” approach, adaptive content, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, accessibility, and application development.

The cost for the event is $3000 and includes everything but your travel expenses. That means it covers not only the training, but gourmet food, luxury accommodations, etc. There are a bunch of evening activities planned to help keep you relaxed and ready to learn.

The last retreat (HTML5 & CSS3 with me and Eric Meyer) sold out pretty quickly and there are currently only 16 seats remaining so book soon or you may miss out.

Jeremy wrote some of his thoughts/hopes for the event here: http://adactio.com/journal/5100/

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In case you missed it...

http://www.presspauseplay.com/

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Inside the Fukushima Evacuation Zone, Part I

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The "World's Largest" Stop Motion Animation, amazing work from Aardman. Be sure to watch the "making of Gulp" video as well.

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Share and share alike. hmmm.
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