URLs don't just give addressability, they give accountability. When there's a URL, someone is responsible for it. When a thing (concept, object, document, proposal, idea, etc.) has a URL, it can be discussed, supported, contested, referenced and documented.
URLs are valuable things. We must treat them with respect.
T1: Checking to see what’s up with the weird note author thing
Just finished watching Star Wars: A New Hope Uncut. A fantastic project which was surprisingly easy to get lost in despite constant character gender and species changes (sometimes mid-sentence).
Rolled out usage of the
menu element on #taproot. I’m looking forward to more browser support for HTML context menus, that will really open up the possibilities for cross-browser extensions
Pushed some styling improvements to individual note pages as a result of some brainstorming earlier today. Splitting the content into Primary, Contextual, Metadata and Network will give me a solid foundation on which to add more information (e.g. mentions).
One thing I haven’t added is an “actions” section, mainly because of double-click-to-edit. That only applies to the main content, though, and I have some other actions like syndicate to facebook, so I should make a section for those.#taproot #design #todo #web
Excited to make a way of linking up my web action delegates with FF OS Web Activities! https://hacks.mozilla.org/2013/01/introducing-web-activities/
Micro–semantics today (my take on things):
.abigailH hashtag discovery usage is low because of Twitters anaemic implementation. See Diaspora for a great, well-used implementation.