If you have a Windows 8 tablet or laptop you'll be familiar with the Reading List bookmark app from Microsoft. Whilst great as it is, we have a native application used to save webbased resources, yet not have any webway of retrieving that same data!

I've submitted a request to Microsoft via its UserVoice feedback system to allow for an open API access to the Reading List service, thus enabling the community to build additional methods of accessing said bookmarks.

Vote up if you think it's a good idea!

Well it seems as though me tinkering with the CMS (MiniBlog) that runs this blog has made the posts giving a 404 error. I think it has something to do with the HttpCache not refreshing. Regardless, there will be a few oddities whilst I get things back in order around here.

This video is a must watch on how web design has evolved over the last 20 years or so. Amazingly, I’m happy to have been involved with the web for 16 of those years (though no where near at the calibre of Zeldman).

At long last the day has come, well, will come, on the 13th September 2014 the day that I graduate from Southern Cross University with a Bachelor of Information Technology degree. It’s more of a relief than excitement right now, but I’m sure once I hold my testamur in my hand it will be sheer joy.