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Every goddam thing ever

  1. The left and the fediverse
  2. Programming is a Pop Culture
  3. The Age of Social Media Is Ending
  4. Does Jeremy Corbyn Need the Labour Party?
  5. I don't want to go back to social media
  6. Picture perfect images with the modern img element
  7. Oh! Brother: MARCIA SCHOFIELD — Anecdotes and Antidotes in B#
  8. No HTML in IFTTT to Mastodon posts?
  9. ‘Who remembers proper binmen?’ The nostalgia memes that help explain Britain today
  10. In praise of conventional thinking
  11. Use to post to Mastodon from your website
  12. Men and things
  13. Some thoughts on the fediverse and Mastodon
  14. Social Media Is Dead
  15. Follower counts on Mastodon
  16. Implementing comments without javascript on a static, Jekyll-powered site using Welcomments
  17. Static time wasters
  18. Big Tech’s Algorithms Are Built With Invisible Labor
  19. Fixing comments
  20. Minimal Dark Mode
  21. To toot or not to toot
  22. Programming Portals
  23. Jekyll 5 on the horizon
  24. TIL: Netlify stops processing redirect rules as soon as one is applied
  25. On leave
  26. Fostodon test
  27. Minimalism as narcissism
  28. What is website minimalism?
  29. Building the main navigation for a website
  30. Two things I learned by validating my HTML again
  31. UK’s relegation to League One
  32. Bookmark managers
  33. Don’t make your body text font-weight light
  34. Mourning through boredom
  35. Creating three international Skinny Guardian editions
  36. Hero images just get in the way
  37. Removing royal stories from Skinny Guardian
  38. CSS Classes considered harmful
  39. Arts funding in England is a thin gruel that organisations are forced to beg for
  40. Site on a Nokia 225
  41. (Re)introducing Skinny Guardian, a fast, minimal version of The Guardian
  42. Pick an ownership model
  43. Real mobile design
  44. Using Windows
  45. Twitter and page position
  46. Level six
  47. Closed Twitter open site
  48. Jah Wobble: In Conversation On Get Carter At 50
  49. Mick Lynch Is Tired of Workers Getting Screwed
  50. Pathologically boring men (and girlbosses)
  51. The Northern Roots of Modernist Sci-Fi
  52. 40°
  53. Handling Long Words and URLs (Forcing Breaks, Hyphenation, Ellipsis, etc)
  54. About to publish
  55. Making RSS readable in a browser
  56. Minimal Social Markup
  57. Hiding search boxes
  58. My text editors
  59. Some thoughts about blogging and “style”
  60. Six social media commenting principles, how they don’t work and an alternative broadcast system
  61. You couldn’t write a sentence this bad IF YOU TRIED.
  62. Striking workers are providing the opposition that Britain desperately needs
  63. Crossed Rails
  64. Write HTML Right
  65. Bunny Fonts: an apparently GDPR-compliant, privacy-respecting alternative to Google Fonts
  66. Rediscovering 500 words
  67. Tinkering with your MVP website until it looks like mine
  68. The smallest CSS
  69. On Ido and Far-Right Subversion
  70. Time to move on from Jekyll
  71. Hatpin through the Brain
  72. Atlanta Apple Store Employees Drop Bid for Union Vote Next Week
  73. My last day at Suffolk Libraries
  74. Hero image and video-addicted uni websites don’t optimise, so they’re really slow
  75. The greasy spoon chronicles: a day in the life of the Hope Workers Cafe
  76. Ipswich is very ordinary
  77. W3C TAG Ethical Web Principles
  78. A Future City From The Past
  79. The Blazers have been usurped by the Blokes in cricket’s corridors of power
  80. Divinely-Inspired Art: John Higgs on William Blake’s Visions of the Sublime
  81. The Demise of the Mildly Dynamic Website
  82. Life on the edge: Land loss on England’s east coast – a photo essay
  83. ‘I come to the library to keep warm’: Norfolk residents battling fuel poverty
  84. The Librarians Are Not Okay
  85. Action, inaction and ‘cancel culture’
  86. What I learned about markdown from interviewing a bunch of people
  87. On the Disappearing of Joan Vollmer Burroughs
  88. 👍👍 A complete failure: The story of Norwich City’s relegation from the Premier League
  89. Some notes on using clamp and vw to set font size
  90. Bad Twitter ideas
  91. Mastodon's Eugen Rochko Talks Decentralization, Blockchain, And Grifters
  92. GB News on my Tv
  93. Nature writing’s ill-defined, thriving ecosystem
  94. Applied for Student Aid Online? Facebook Saw You
  95. Sorry!
  96. The Flanders phenomenon: how Belgian buildings went from joke to genius
  97. What is it Like to Be a Blind Writer Writing for Sighted Readers?
  98. That Wasn’t Right, Mark: When Fat White Family Met The Fall
  99. Klaus Schulze Has Died, Aged 74
  100. It Took The Night To Believe: Greg “The Lord” Anderson Interviewed
  101. Mastodon and the future of Twitter
  102. WP block editor
  103. So Elon Musk Bought Twitter
  104. Going Postal
  105. So, About That Bug Fucking: A Conversation with Chris Panatier
  106. Designing Better Navigation With Navigation Queries
  107. Childish Font Sizes
  108. The Future of the Web Is Marketing Copy Generated by Algorithms
  109. The Digital Age is Destroying Us
  110. Have We Forgotten How to Read Critically?
  111. Applying link taxonomy to articles
  112. How Darwin Influenced Marx and Engels
  113. You don’t see many cats on leads
  114. Twitter should move to a subscription model
  115. Meet the Socialist Librarian Running for President of the American Library Association
  116. Drabinski Wins 2023–2024 ALA Presidency
  117. NetNewsWire themes
  118. The Meaning of Slaughterhouse-Five, 50 Years Later
  119. The Side Effects of Tailored Digital Experiences
  120. Page Speed live edits
  121. Farewell to Nakagin Tower
  122. Kurt Vonnegut’s Socialism From Outer Space
  123. Bad news
  124. 9 April is CSS Naked Day
  125. Make your website quicker and improve UX by not placing an image at the top of the home page
  126. Optimising Largest Contentful Paint
  127. Phil Gyford does webmentions
  128. The Cult of the Imperfect
  129. Peak Content is an entropic force
  130. That big sliding banner? Yeah, it’s rubbish
  131. YouTube will ruin your PageSpeed score
  132. Write HTML, the HTML Way (Not the XHTML Way)
  133. Oh yeah? Oh brother!
  134. Logic on static sites (and the advantages of failing catastrophically but knowably)
  135. Steve Albini – Didn’t We Deserve a Look at You the Way You Really Are
  136. Antialising type guilt
  137. Shoulder Pads is All Gates Open sped up
  138. Unfortunate, But Not Surprising: Court Blocks Maryland’s Library eBook Law
  139. The Meaning of Marcelo Bielsa
  140. A barebones Underscores WordPress child theme
  141. Wordle 246 3/6
  142. Wordle 243 3/6
  143. Canned web development
  144. Wordle 239 3/6
  145. Propagation
  146. Wordle 238 4/6
  147. Wordle 237 4/6
  148. Rockwell Kent Moby Dick illustrations
  149. Digital detox tourism: Practices of analogization
  150. Wordle 234 5/6
  151. Mark Zuckerberg and team consider shutting down Facebook and Instagram in Europe if Meta can not process Europeans’ data on US servers
  152. Wordle 233 5/6
  153. Why I used to build websites
  154. Strategic impotence
  155. Wordle 232 3/6
  156. Pocket now requires a Firefox account
  157. Designing books for readers with early‑stage Alzheimer’s disease
  158. Levelling Up the United Kingdom: executive summary
  159. Wordle 231 4/6
  160. Wordle 230 2/6
  161. Wordle 229 4/6
  162. Wordle 228 3/6
  163. Wordle 227 4/6
  164. Wordle 226 4/6
  165. TweetDelete deletes all your old tweets
  166. Wordle 225 4/6
  167. A book on the web: Sherlock Holmes and the never completed text
  168. Wordle 224 4/6
  169. Newsletter No. 25: ‘Painting the Forth Bridge’
  170. Can Matt Mullenweg save the internet?
  171. Do it again
  172. Wordle 223 5/6
  173. Wordle 222 4/6
  174. Wordle 221 6/6
  175. Wordle 220 4/6
  176. Wordle 218 4/6
  177. Wordle 217 5/6
  178. Wordle 216 4/6
  179. The shareable, indie charm of Wordle
  180. Wordle 215 6/6
  181. Wordle 211 3/6
  182. Wordle sharing
  183. Revisiting why hyperlinks are blue
  184. 50
  185. The only thing stopping me from using WordPress is the lack of a truly barebones, unopinionated parent theme
  186. Hover states should be more distinct than non-hover states
  187. Yesterday, I finished reading Selected Ambient Works Volume II by Marc Weidenbaum…
  188. Imagining WordPress without themes
  189. Add a Service Worker to Your Site
  190. This distraction-free editor is the best writing tool you aren’t using
  191. Choosing [the] least CO2-emitting form of digital communication
  192. Four things I learned by validating my HTML
  193. Post ideas for the weekend
  194. Experimenting with short lines of text: the ideal width for whom?
  195. Your CSS is an interface
  196. Notes on line length revisited: Does recent research debunk the idea of an ideal line length?
  197. Design Regression (a website about design for reading and reading-related research)
  198. Staves
  199. Static sites for small organisations
  200. Wrong Guardian headlines
  201. Adrian Chiles Does Not Miss
  202. Matthew Le Tissier and the Cosmic Right
  203. Neu Jekyll theme in the works
  204. Strip out everything
  205. Less of “Less”
  206. Mademoiselle Non
  207. Chatbots and the cult of technology
  208. Julian Cope on Faust and Jim Kerr, and the term “Krautrock”
  209. Morning Land by Faust (from Faust 1971-1974 Box Set)
  210. So Long, Firefox
  211. The Bright Magic Podcast (Public Service Broadcasting on Berlin)
  212. Safari’s godawful tabs got me thinking about using it more
  213. Britain’s Mental Health Crisis Isn’t an Accident – It’s a Political Choice
  214. A thrilling encounter on the most inauspicious of days
  215. Notes on marking up two navigation lists on the same HTML page
  216. Changing the feed
  217. Protocols, Not Platforms: A Technological Approach to Free Speech
  218. The internet was built for connection – how did it go so wrong?
  219. Ready, steady …oh. Can a life coach shake me out of my pandemic-induced ennui?
  220. When others stay silent about the ills of British capitalism, liars like Johnson rush in
  221. Notes on types of website and user navigation needs
  222. Seven principles of effective digital navigation
  223. You are your phone’s AdID
  224. QAplomb
  225. The platform is down, but my website is up
  226. Notes on files and folders, and how platforms killed them
  227. Turning a Little Blue
  228. Measure, size, reclining
  229. Automating webp production in Jekyll
  230. Automating webp in Jekyll
  231. Should I use… webp?
  232. Graffiti at nameless folly, off Rushmere Road, Ipswich
  233. Reply to “Minimal design is one thing but brutalist, raw sites are often visually jarring…”
  234. Spectrums
  235. Reply to bookmark of 512kb club
  236. Intention not tech
  237. A ridiculous greyhound contorting itself into a corner underneath a bookshelf
  238. In reply to “Reply to ‘Indieweb as state of mind’”
  239. My God, hasn’t Starmer said “tax wealth, not workers yet”
  240. Indieweb as state of mind
  241. Are we there yet?
  242. Fish in the afternoon
  243. How to write old-fashioned CSS
  244. Making algorithmic dog food for the content factory
  245. Twitter forcing 2FA
  246. Applying the principle of proximity to improve your web article typography
  247. Some notes on leading (or line height) on websites
  248. Oliver Dowden: creating our own data laws is one of the biggest prizes of Brexit
  249. Avenir b i
  250. Setting responsive font sizes in CSS
  251. In a climate crisis, text should be default option for communication
  252. Measure article update
  253. Sophie Taeuber-Arp
  254. No share list
  255. Ragged right English alignment
  256. Notes on the design of Nabokov’s Butterflies and blogs
  257. Design next steps
  258. CSS Hyphenation
  259. Dev builds perfect note-taking system which only stores info about building note-taking systems
  260. Logos and function and delight
  261. Integrating the Nord colour scheme into a Jekyll site using custom properties
  262. Distance from the screen and reading
  263. Google Search’s fixed header
  264. Eiffel Tower
  265. Redesign: Everything Broke
  266. Font choice don’ts
  267. Charter
  268. Butter dish
  269. The smartest 1-2%
  270. Typeface notes
  271. Toto Nsiala praying
  272. Twitter logins make you use a third party account
  273. 123. Constructing the Golem
  274. About this Mac
  275. Some notes on measure (or line width) on websites
  276. ITFC season ticket
  277. Facebook Container identifies all email fields as a potential risk
  278. A People’s Architecture
  279. No Social Media Club
  280. The phantom life of the section element and the mess of headings
  281. Together in Electric Dreams
  282. Give Us a Three-Day Weekend at the Beach, Every Week (an interview with Héctor Tejero)
  283. Prep for the return of classified advertising
  284. Good comments
  285. Lo Boob Oscillator
  286. NetNewsWire Feedbin probs
  287. Information density
  288. The Open-Source Software bubble that is and the blogging bubble that was
  289. The Strangers’ Case
  290. Everything Was Dreadful And Then It Was Saved: Richard King Interviews Owen Hatherley
  291. Oranje
  292. Open a book
  293. My cross to bear: what it means to support England in these divided times
  294. Flogging brutalist website themes
  295. My blogging setup
  296. The perfect blogging platform: crossposting, conversing on social media and monetisation(!)
  297. CSS System Colors
  298. Murfield Meadow, Hadleigh
  299. Man in Black at 50: Johnny Cash’s empathy is needed more than ever
  300. The Labour Party website
  301. Gadgets have stopped working together, and it’s becoming an issue
  302. Forget deletes your old Tweets
  303. Not the year of the Linux desktop
  304. Font weight normal
  305. St Mary-le-Tower
  306. Webmention likes and replies
  307. If Apple is the only organisation capable of defending our privacy, it really is time to worry
  308. The perfect blogging platform: customising typography rather than theming
  309. On The Ball & Off To The Ballet: Pat Nevin’s The Accidental Footballer
  310. Shoot well and tell the truth
  311. Mother of Perl
  312. The perfect blogging platform – some principles
  313. Is the stereotypical image of ‘Red Wall’ residents actually accurate?
  314. WordPress is stable
  315. Satanic bikers, time portals and the Fall: the story of Mark E Smith’s secret screenplay
  316. Favourite Carpenters song?
  317. The Mistake of A New Laptop
  318. Why doesn’t Labour like people who live in cities?
  319. Scottish independence
  320. Send free webmentions automatically with Netlify
  321. API has a per page parameter
  322. Book review: ‘Suppose a Sentence’ by Brian Dillon
  323. Kobo Libra H2O: Liberated from Amazon?
  324. The state of the Labour Party in 2021
  325. Philosophical Investigations §19
  326. Melie in Felixstowe
  327. An open letter to Jason and David
  328. England’s Fan-Owned Clubs Show that Another Football Is Possible
  329. Notes on the “indieweb” #4: four months in – community, difficult discussions and the end of the web
  331. Wordpress JavaScript madness
  332. Vaccinated!
  333. In response to “Reply: Discussion doesn’t take place in the comments”
  334. Get the FLoC out
  335. Edit your RSS feed to control your site’s output to
  336. Playing Wimbledon
  337. SvN is no more
  338. Woodward quits!
  339. Berlin Typography
  340. Increasing webmentions
  341. Getting your RSS feed right for social media syndication
  342. Discussion doesn’t take place in the comments
  343. Pensions
  344. Second Beat Songs Hey Ya!
  345. Four reasons to delete at least 95% of your website
  346. Benny Hill and Anthony Burgess
  347. When the queen dies
  348. The universe
  349. Lockdown hair
  350. Melie by the laptop
  351. Navigation submenus – what’s the best approach? Dropdown, hovers, clicks or keeping it flat?
  352. Initial thoughts on deleting content
  353. and Hugo
  354. Note to self: remember to set meta descriptions
  355. After the Apocalypse
  356. Being an Opportunist Has Worked Well for Johnson. Why Not for Starmer?
  357. Notes on the “indieweb” #3: Who’s it for?
  358. I Was Never in The Fall
  359. doesn’t auto-generate links to handles?
  360. On the primacy of blogging in the indiewebsphere
  361. Modern G4 Cube is Working 🧊
  362. Grauzone!
  363. Adding webmentions to Jekyll (an overview)
  364. Dog, sleeping, in garden
  365. Nerdy in the extreme
  366. Rushmere Common
  367. Bob Pape was a beloved father and foster carer. Did ‘eat out to help out’ cost him his life?
  368. Back to the gym
  369. Fear in your ear: the unstoppable rise of the horror podcast
  370. Automated builds and charges
  371. Home made webmentions in Jekyll
  372. Firefox in-page anchor linking oddity
  373. Dusting down webmention code
  374. Novas Gran Reserva
  375. NetNewsWire 6 converts your Twitter feed to RSS
  376. Forestry is looking good for client sites
  377. What’s indieweb?
  378. CMS and page components
  379. “We call it RSS” — an ambitious founder raises $400M at $8b valuation
  380. Emoji under the hood
  382. Wrong full stop
  383. Local font signals
  384. Four reasons it’s worth paying $5 a month for Feedbin, an RSS reader
  385. When a post becomes something else
  386. Your RSS feed list probably says a lot about you
  387. Menu minimalismalism
  388. Improve the readability of the content on your website
  389. Computer Love
  390. Editing RSS feeds
  391. Notes on the “indieweb” #2: Where do I find things to read?
  392. Silence about my race kept my family apart. Could a rescue dog bring us together?
  393. launches and it can edit posts, which sounds clunky
  394. Notes, posts, links are the same thing
  395. Ditch the elevator pitch
  396. Email churns out bad HTML
  397. A reminder: Publishing to a website is easy
  398. Remarkable 2 tablet
  399. A note/post on notes and posts
  400. Newsletters
  401. Why brand web pages?
  402. Website aphorism #5: Your website is for your customers, not you
  403. For manifestos
  404. Stormborn and the tyranny of choosing a Netflix series
  405. Nextdoor Is Quietly Replacing the Small-Town Paper
  406. The Guardian view on Europe by train: virtue signalling
  407. Labour Needs A Big Idea
  408. Ronnnie and Maggie, Ted and Bet
  409. The Investigation – the best Scandinoir drama for ages
  410. A QAnon ‘Digital Soldier’ Marches On, Undeterred by Theory’s Unraveling
  411. The problem is poverty, however we label it
  412. You should try the blogging platform called WordPress
  413. Character, context and work
  414. The Stasi Game, by David Young – book review
  415. k-punk and Peep Show
  416. English Scheme: Annotated Fall analysis
  417. The Radicalization Of Giggle Palooza
  418. On esoteric communism
  419. Website aphorism #4: PDFs
  420. Next Gen Static Blogging
  421. In Critical Defense of Frontend Development
  422. Notes on the “indieweb” #1: Where do I publish and discuss?
  423. Current lockdown desk configuration
  424. On Brexit, grief and moving on
  425. Website aphorism #3: Text is more efficient than pictures
  426. Should I build the feature request from customers?
  427. All I want for 2021 is to see Mark Zuckerberg up in court
  428. Website aphorism #1: Decoration serves use
  429. Website aphorism #2: People are not visual learners
  430. Why the Germans Do It Better by John Kampfner review – notes from a grown-up country
  431. Dunwich (20 years)
  432. Paying for Firefox
  433. The Unbearable: Toward an Antifascist Aesthetic
  434. Drone Music History To Be Focus Of New Book
  435. What’s RSS?
  436. Getting browsers to underline links consistently
  437. Poverty causes obesity. Low-income families need to be better off to eat well.
  438. The Truth Is Paywalled But The Lies Are Free
  439. The Lost History of Socialism’s DIY Computer
  440. Moon in a Dead Eye by Pascal Garnier
  441. JAMstack is fast only if you make it so
  442. Post stuff and make an RSS feed, please
  443. Kraftwerk: Future Music from Germany
  444. Endless Utopia
  445. Static works
  446. The Yale School of Art School website
  447. Brave old new world
  448. Getting charged by Netlify for the first time
  449. Front end development is marketing
  450. Building a web that lasts
  451. Tory Landslide, Progressives Split
  452. Reflections from the doorstep
  453. This Labour meltdown has been building for decades
  454. Twitter to decentralize… something
  455. Static or database? Our love of complexity
  456. Losing the election, strategy and hope
  457. Thoughts on the State of the Web
  458. WordPress funding and market dominance
  459. How to put an HTML page on the internet
  460. Losing that feeling of lightness
  461. We’re doing it wrong: there is no ‘one perfect design’ or layout
  462. NetNewsWire: Free, open source (and very good) RSS reader for Mac
  463. Styling Twitter, and HTML with soul
  464. Boris Johnson, tough on the economic causes of Brexit? Not likely
  465. Writing HTML in HTML
  466. Against Polling
  467. HTML is the web
  468. Ipswich (Australia) Libraries home page
  469. Uber’s Path of Destruction
  470. ‘Nostalgia Serves No Purpose’: An Interview with Michel Barnier
  471. A report from the AMP Advisory Committee Meeting
  472. Structured data and Google
  473. Stereolab Transient Random-Noise Bursts / Mars Audiac Quintet
  474. Alt-texts: The Ultimate Guide
  475. Notes on AI Bias
  476. «Make sure you have a good idea that can survive, even badly designed» – Interview with Erik Spiekermann, Part I
  477. Boring design
  478. Taking a break from blogging as I know it
  479. Rebuild Britain
  480. Govt as a platform
  481. Online brands
  482. In defence of view page source
  483. Hiding accessible features
  484. Hiding accessibility on web pages
  485. Careful what you wish for
  486. Using Staticman for comments on a Jekyll site
  487. Clarity
  488. Local fonts
  489. Ethical computers
  490. New puritan
  491. If users aren’t bothered about griddy layouts, why are we?
  492. Installing Jekyll in Ubuntu
  493. Amp strategy
  494. Testing env
  495. Thatcherism money
  496. 90s
  497. For RP: Ditch your accent and your regional pride
  498. The nation waits
  499. Wordpress joy and sorrow
  500. Get rich quick in silicon valley
  501. The town with no centre
  502. Sickness in/as The Fall and Mark E Smith
  503. Inclusive web design is web design for everyone, including you
  504. Basic income, realism and wasteful pessimism
  505. Esoteric Ipswich
  506. Why modular CSS is better than using ‘semantic’ class names: An example
  507. The end of The Deck
  508. Using a sound CSS methodology (you might call it a framework) is a good thing
  509. Idoli
  510. Labour and overcoming my pessimism (or how the left started to win Britain)
  511. Improving where filters in Jekyll
  512. General Election! 2017!
  513. The Uniqlo website’s fixed header makes it unusable
  514. Jaki Liebezeit
  515. Getting to grips with Contentful and Jekyll
  516. Your most comfortable reading colours depend on who you are (or: how accessibility is a tricky business)
  517. Design habits: Being a CSS API user rather than an API author
  518. Dynamic looping in Liquid to build an advent calendar
  519. How to display a blog listing page
  520. Work if you want to
  521. It's easy to make fast static pages without Google AMP
  522. 100 mph
  523. Note to self – keep all your data OS agnostic and in the cloud, and don't live your life on your phone
  524. Using presentational classes makes web design easier
  525. Meaning, separation and using lots of classes freely
  526. Why we'll be using a CSS framework like Tachyons to rebuild our website
  527. Using Tachyons and keeping your markup dry
  528. Typographic observations Good Friday 2016 (95% of what we serve is pointless)
  529. Running a library website on Jekyll (maybe)
  530. Living in Nigel Farage's dream
  531. Do one thing well etc. etc.
  532. Sketching pages with colleagues
  533. Fight and Challenge Everything (yourselves)
  534. Bad WordPress user names
  535. Notes on (hyper)local journalism
  536. The Wileyfox Swift phone
  537. Belief and apostasy
  538. Post no. 222
  539. Delicious and how every excellent web service ends up eating itself
  540. WordPress, me and Oxmetifan 20
  541. Forbes means business, do you?
  542. Creating WordPress sub navigation menus that only appear where you need them
  543. Photography and other
  544. Overcoming Labour
  545. The dangers of automation (or making a visit to the library worth it)
  546. The dangers of not opposing
  547. The vacant centre (part III)
  548. Designing for what they need is difficult but liberating
  549. Container housing – Right solution, wrong problem
  550. Old Zizek
  551. Haven't found it yet
  552. Unstyle and looking at naked HTML
  553. New Old Labour Old New Danger
  554. Murder in the cathedral – on Labour's tragedy (more Hamlet, really)
  555. Show me the Next – genius concept, needs better content
  556. Why my website looks so plain
  557. Ambiguity
  558. Dieter Moebius, 1944–2015
  559. Occupy the centre, comrades
  560. What we can learn from the Tories in opposition (and how there's an opportunity for the new Labour leader to remold the party)
  561. How the Observer used dubious research and shoddy reporting to promote a Blairite Labour leader
  562. How I became rich and used the benefits system to claim subsidies only for George Osborne to crackdown on me
  563. The vacant centre (part II)
  564. Labour's problems are only partly about how it talks
  565. The last liberal and how the centre broke
  566. Labour's marketing politics
  567. Labour's constituency
  568. A party which makes errors like this is already finished
  569. Generating page specific classes in WordPress templates to keep code DRY and extensible
  570. Labour
  571. Amazonification
  572. The strange popularity of Gideon Oliver Osborne
  573. A film about Austerlitz
  574. The news isn’t free but we act as if it is
  575. In defence of blogging
  576. The Swedish universal versus austerity
  577. Voting tactically
  578. They went and broke citizens income, so what's next?
  579. Blocking websites in libraries—our policy
  580. Medium and the wrong paragraph
  581. Cast the 2015 election runes
  582. Newcastle, Sports Direct and Wonga – a working class club
  583. Mr Turner
  584. Separating services is preferable to surface integration (or 3 principles for a web strategy)
  585. 30 days a blogger
  586. In praise of Georgia (again)
  587. I'd like a friendly Jekyll/Github hybrid to manage websites
  588. Friday reading – Google, Stanford, DC, liberals and gentrification
  589. We hate Labour and we need Labour
  590. Whatever you do, don't mention politics if you're marketing yourself
  591. The minimum wage legalises low pay
  592. The art of linking
  593. Scotland
  594. Writing to order
  595. Employee engagement
  596. Bring on the fan fiction (even if I won't read it)
  597. The New Library, Almere – What a universal library service looks like
  598. Why restaurants publish images of their menus online (and why they shouldn't)
  599. Smart dumbphones and classic iPods
  600. Lowestoft
  601. In praise of universality
  602. Write edit build publish edit build republish
  603. In my experience
  604. Matthew Parris only said what most British people think about places like Clacton
  605. I get better as I get older
  606. The Amazon service conundrum
  607. Paying for stuff and the logic of austerity
  608. Using Github as a CMS
  609. My rig – Getting started with Github Pages and Jekyll
  610. Outliving Facebook
  611. Households, deficits and belief
  612. Design Observer design not for us
  613. The morality of work
  614. 18th century books looked like smartphones
  615. How not to pay tax for 20 years
  616. Let them fight the UKIP—that’s where the lunatics are
  617. Mozilla, money, adverts and corporate speak
  618. Why do we work unpaid hours?
  619. Ipswich Town FC in the community — what does it owe?
  620. Morrissey, you and me
  621. 3 right wing reasons for a Basic Citizens' Income
  622. iPads in classrooms
  623. Low expectations
  624. Basic citizen income—two examples of how it would work
  625. Basic citizen income—genius idea the UK will never adopt
  626. Notes on Pnin
  627. Evening Edition looks good but has an audience problem
  628. A few notes on moving from WordPress to Jekyll
  629. Setting up WordPress style year and month URLs in Jekyll
  630. How to write a factually dubious but potent blog post
  631. HHhH and the value of print
  632. Big fonts make for better reading experiences
  633. Tschichold, democratic design and the politics of typefaces
  634. Comfortable reading
  635. An advertising frame of mind
  636. Language affects line width
  637. Google’s infantile big brain
  638. A world without work
  639. Krautrock
  640. Borgen (or how the British don't do serious politics)
  641. The rhetoric of hard work
  642. Time
  643. One layout is all you need
  644. Debt
  645. Ghost towns
  646. My favourite book
  647. Sunday
  648. Teachers don't read
  649. No recess—learning HTML
  650. How to build websites
  651. Typography apprenticeship
  652. The great Readability conundrum (Or – If you provide a service, charge for it)
  653. Evening Edition and making readable news
  654. Paradise Lost
  655. Polikushka – Or, the lot of a wicked court servant
  656. The Rings of Saturn
  657. Patience (After Sebald)
  658. Lesson of The Kreuzer Sonata
  659. Why nobody mourns the Queen's English Society
  660. How the iPad makes coffee table books
  661. The readability index
  662. Politics
  663. The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman
  664. A Hero of our Time
  665. Ulysses
  666. ITV News website redesign
  667. The Kreuzer Sonata
  668. Have Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri rewritten The Communist Manifesto for the twenty-first century?
  669. The Sentry
  670. Bleak House
  671. Good book design is silent
  672. Keeping the web open
  673. The Mystery of Edwin Drood
  674. It's 2012 and we still have pop–ups
  675. The Great God Pan
  676. The Communist Manifesto
  677. Karl Marx
  678. The Emigrants
  679. Edgar Allan Poe Collected Writings
  680. This is not a novel
  681. Hard working
  682. Free of place and duty
  683. Okies, chavs and responsibility deficits
  684. A mobile first approach to design – Use text instead of images
  685. Web writers should know HTML so teach it in school
  686. Obama shows Ed Miliband how to do blogging
  687. 16 pixels
  688. Reading newspaper articles involves looking at words
  689. A little knowledge
  690. It's all marketing
  691. Why justify?
  692. World domination and the end of the printed word
  693. Adding em or en dashes to Google docs
  694. Age
  695. Underclass
  696. Scherzo, mobile first (and what that means for you)
  697. An HTML5 challenge (which lead me to think – Why bother with HTML5 sectioning elements?)
  698. Why business writing is rubbish
  699. Putting content and meaning first
  700. Lord Ashcroft, floating voters and 2015
  701. Nabokov on other writers
  702. An ode to Firefox
  703. The ideas of March
  704. Money
  705. The 18th Conclusion
  706. Dostoevsky, calligraphy and idiocy
  707. Understanding the Ur-Bororo
  708. Stillness in The White Ribbon
  709. 95 percent
  710. Paternoster Row
  711. Paternoster Square
  712. Sorry
  713. Tea
  714. J. S. Bach Solo Sonata no. 3 in C Major, BWV 1005
  715. Scherzo theme added to the WordPress directory
  716. The Killing (Forbrydelsen)
  717. Short attention spans, mobile phones and the future of reading
  718. Why I like Freedom
  719. Piano Quintet in F minor (Franck)
  720. Weighty tomes
  721. (Un)Creatives
  722. How to write a blog post
  723. Defeat, reading and politics
  724. Good web copy is boring
  725. Why I don't like Tumblr and Posterous
  726. An aside really isn’t a sidebar
  727. Vertical navigation and not making users think
  728. Good copy redeems bad layout and typography
  729. Introducing the Scherzo theme for WordPress
  730. The books
  731. Online newspaper layout – 10 years and 10 steps back
  732. Text is text is text is text
  733. Two blog formats – magazines and journals
  734. How print and web are different
  735. Simple, complex, ordered, butchered
  736. Readability and font sizes
  737. Produce!
  738. Writing great articles – anatomy of a BBC news story
  739. Unintelligible business language
  740. Wainright typography
  741. Times for print, Georgia for screen