Urban sprawl is not mindless at all. There is nothing inevitable about its...– John Thackara, from In the Bubble: Designing in a Complex World (via jayparkinsonmd)
Making browsers faster: Resource Packages →
What if there was a backwards compatible way to transfer all of the resources that are used on every single page in your site — css, js, images, anything else — in a single http request at the start of the first visit to the page? This is what Resource Package support in browsers will let you do. A simple, elegant solution that will be implemented in Firefox 3.7 and, I imagine, Safari shortly...
A clear case for content on one page
Yesterday, Jason Kottke linked to The Times’ list of 100 Best Films of the Decade. Just as I did above, he linked to the Printer Friendly page. On the myriad of blogs I read, I see this more and more. Presumably, it’s done because there is no single page. The Times has no ads on their printer friendly page, so they are losing out on quite a bit of ad revenue. I’ve seen this...