Check out these infographics from designer Fabio Rex .
People are already revisiting and polishing up their HTML skills because of the exciting possibilities of HTML5.
Here are some great examples originally posted on Webification.
The new HTML5 provides some interesting features that allow designers to enhance and boost their creativity. The new useful tags will replace many of typical
div entries from code, the new canvas support allows you to create fantastic animations without using Flash, etc.
1. How we’ll create forms in HTML5
HTML5 contains new interesting input fields that enable us to perform our work and save much time. In this post we can study in deep the new input fields and all their features.
2. Learning About HTML5 Local Storage
This video tutorial shows how to build a simple to-do list with local storage. HTML5′s local storage is a new functionality which we can save data in browsers even the browser is refreshed or closed.
3. Wave motion
This experiment, made by Hakim el Hattab, makes a wave motion rendered using the canvas element. Each bubble holds a tweet with the word water in it. Clicking on them we can read the tweets.
With Bush finally leaving office, now is a good time to do a quick Tip ‘O’ the Hat to those gadgets and widgets and useful technology that the Bush Administration was able to put in place.
The FBI has built a Most-Wanted widget.
The TSA has an employee blog about security.
The State Department has an internal Diplopedia to help diplomats share information with each other.
The CIA now recruits on Facebook.
Also, the Library of Congress now uses Flickr to show off some of their special collections and documents.
A complete list compiled by Nick Thompson can be found here.
Obama has already received plenty of advice about what technologies he should focus on during his administration.
Link to the LARGE version
Not sure if I should be flattered, scared or indifferent about my car being photographed in front of our old apartment building.