Hacks/Hackers London: AI, Fact-checking, a faster Economist — and better careers for women Paid Members Public
May's Hacks/Hackers brought us AMP-based web-design, Facebook fact-checking, AI email checks, and a new organisation to support women in their careers.
Flash? In the pan Paid Members Public
* Read Next Web article about new photo hosting site Snapjoy [http://thenextweb.com/apps/2012/08/15/snapjoy-launches-new-importing-tool-nows-time-call-favorite-photo-service/] * Sign up [http://my.snapjoy.com] * Discover that uploading tool is dependent on Flash * Walk away
What happened to web Readability? Paid Members Public
This looks interesting [http://www.readability.com/ios], although it’ll take a lot to drag me away from Instapaper [http://www.instapaper.com/u]: It says something about how bad we’ve been in designing websites for long form content that there are so many people working hard to
Decluttering the web, Readability and new revenues Paid Members Public
Page loading speed, readability and efficiency have all been topics of debate here in the last six months, driven by great work by some of our architects. This is, I think, A Good Thing. It’s both good site hygiene. Increasing broadband speeds have made many people complacent about how