Collection of Februari '08 news
Tuesday, February 26, 2008 5:02:59 PM
- Joshua Zeidner interviews Ted Gould about SVG, Inkscape and Web Standards. Quite an interesting read.
- The W3C Video on the Web Workshop delivered its report. I suppose there are more than a few things for people to be upset about there, but there is some sensible outcome as well. I'll get back to that in another post.
- The Wikidraw project shows how SVG can be used for visualizing information from other sources in a mindmap-like fashion. Pretty cool, even though the server is a bit slow.
- Smashing Magazine highlights some of the best tutorials for learning how to make the most of Adobe Illustrator, naturally they are applicable to any vector graphics editor.
- Something I've written about before is the state of XHTML in Wordpress. I'm happy to hear I'm not alone in wanting more out of blogging software such as Wordpress, Jeff Schiller wrote a number of posts on the subject, among others Stimulating Wordpress and about his new XHTML+SVG theme. This new theme created some followup articles by Shelley Powers [XHTMLating feeds] and Sam Ruby [XHTMLating Wordpress].