1. Eric Meyer on generated content (An Event Apart New Orleans 2008)


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    Onstage at An Event Apart New Orleans, 2008, event co-founder and CSS expert Eric Meyer explains why the W3C's recommendation to allow browsers to insert quotation marks doesn't actually…

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    • Divya Manian | The New Developer Workflow | Fronteers 2011


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      Working on websites is no longer a task that requires notepad and a browser to complete. The previous web developer revolution was about the semantics, but now we have real technologies that are being…

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      • Jake Archibald | In your @font-face | Fronteers 2011


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        We finally have the ability to serve custom fonts to all popular browsers. However, like everything in our profession, there’s a minefield of gotchas and peculiarities between browsers, devices…

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        • Entrance into the Core


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          Rendered with my RenderFlies System using 4 Firefox browsers & WebGL with Subblue's Fractal Labs (http://www.subblue.com/blog/2011/3/5/fractal_lab). Music from Sibelius Finlandia by NUS…

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          • Breaking Development April 2011: The Future of the Mobile Web


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            Register Now for BD Conf at www.bdconf.com Currently there's a discussion raging about the advantages of the mobile web over native apps, and vice versa. Although native apps will not disappear,…

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            • CSS breakout with Andy Clarke, Stephen Hay, Anne van Kesteren and Dan Rubin | Fronteers 2010


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              Andy "interviews" Stephen, Anne and Dan in an improvised get-together. We had no idea how this was going to work out, but it's something we definitely should do more next year :)

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              • Yoav Weiss | < LINK > | HTML Special, CSS Day


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                Parsing HTML in order to load a full Web page is a complex process. On the one hand the browser needs to discover external resources as soon as possible. On the other hand, those same resources can…

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                • Oh IE6 how we loved you, Bruce Lawson - Sud Web 2012


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                  Everyone hates IE6; everyone always hated IE6. That’s the received wisdom. But it’s not true. We loved it. Passionately. So put in your false teeth, zip up your cardigan and stroll with…

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                  • Cameron Adams | The Renaissance of Browser Animation | Fronteers 2010


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                    Some consider it pure eye candy, but animation is quickly becoming a crucial part of everyday digital experiences -- from playing games to reading your daily news. As the animation capability of browsers

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                    • XSS Attack - Busting Browsers to Root!


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                      This video will demonstrate how a simple XSS vulnerability can be leveraged to gain complete control of your web-browser and eventually lead to a complete system compromise. 1) We will use a cross-site…

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