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Frank Chimero - The Two Best Things on the Web 2010

Late last week I started drafting a list of my favorite things on the web from this year. After a review of the list, I realized most of it was droll, forgettable, ephemeral, and not really worth documenting in the grand scheme of things. Basically, it mattered at the time of its release, but time had not treated these things well: they were more flow than stock. My top two choices, however, stood tall as perhaps the best stock I’ve had the pleasure of reading on the web, both in terms of their scope, but more interestingly about how they treated their content and audience. There’s a pattern here that I enjoy. I’d like to introduce you to them, and hopefully in the process make a bit of a point about the direction I want the web to take in the next year. I’m optimistic.


Best Writing Formats for Web Content Strategy

No matter what format you choose to write with, you must be patient and let your voice develop over time.



vidéos sur l'architecture de l'information


# HTML is intended to be written by humans (by hand). # HTML is intended to be displayed to humans. # Machines that want to interpret HTML need to act like humans, and not the other way around.

Du "Nuage" pleuvront des images - (Le Monde)

En coulisses, la vidéo complique le fonctionnement de l'Internet. Mais pour l'utilisateur final, elle restaure au contraire le mode d'expression le plus naturel et le plus spontané : voir et entendre, parler, faire des mimiques, montrer le décor alento

Gin, Television, and Social Surplus - Here Comes Everybody

it's only now, as we're waking up from that collective bender, that we're starting to see the cognitive surplus as an asset rather than as a crisis. We're seeing things being designed to take advantage of that surplus, to deploy it in ways more engaging t

The Ultimate Yahoo! Pipes Creations List - ReadWriteWeb

a list of some of the best Yahoo Pipes created by users

How the Web Was Won: Entertainment & Culture:

Fifty years ago, in response to the surprise Soviet launch of Sputnik, the U.S. military set up the Advanced Research Projects Agency. It would become the cradle of connectivity, spawning the era of Google and YouTube, of Amazon and Facebook, of the Drudg