Can we start using HTML5 now?

It’s 15 years in December since the specification for HTML 4 was published by the W3C.  That’s a long time, and the web has changed quite a bit since then which is why in 2004, the W3C started work on the specification for HTML5, although like any community driven decision making process, it’s now 8 […]

Penguins, Spinning, Spam, and Outbound Links

“the sons of the kingdom will be cast out into the outer darkness; in that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth” Matthew 8:12 Google launched their Penguin update on April 24th, and Matt Cutts wrote about how it was another laudable step in “rewarding high quality sites”.    In the post, Matt made […]