alastc / Alastair Campbell

A webby type from Bristol, with a background in usability, and a passion for web development.

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  1. Brian Cox on Robert Oppenheimer

    Significant international thinkers deliver the BBC’s flagship annual lecture series

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  2. Which of Drupal and Wordpress is the most accessible content management system? – Digital Accessibility Experts Podcast 5 - Hassell Inclusion

    Most websites these days are created via some form of Content Management System (CMSes). There are lots of CMSes out there. So how do you choose the right one

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  3. IE mode in Edge, Chromium, slow CSS, CSSWG, stages in CSS, Houdini

    May 13th, 2019: Google I/O, Microsoft Build, IE mode in Edge, Edge switch to Chromium, why CSS is slow, our voice in CSSWG, stages in CSS and Houdini.

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  4. HearSA: Graham Weston Talks With Netflix’s Reed Hastings | Texas Public Radio

    Blockbuster would have crushed Netflix. That’s what Netflix founder Reed Hastings now thinks about the bankrupted corner brick and mortar store, had

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  5. The Battle of Winterfell: A Tactical Analysis

    By now we’re all familiar with the battle tactics in Game of Thrones: Confront your enemy head on—usually in some nicely arrayed lines—and hack at them until no one’s left alive or someone has won. It’s a tried-and-true method, with little in the way of actual operational depth. And as Sunday night’s Battle of Winterfell showed, it’s particularly ineffective against an endless army of the undead. Spoilers ahead, obviously.

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  6. Managing Change - Joe Leech on The Product Experience - Mind the Product

    Just call him Mr Joe. A UK-based consultant, Joe Leech has built a reputation for managing change (for both users and stakeholders) and as the guy to call when a product launch has gone wrong.  Joe gave one of the most entertaining and engaging talks at Mind the Product in London 2018, so we followed up with him to get to the stories that he didn’t get to share on stage - including the surprising difference between purchasing a fridge and a washing machine. Quotes of the Episode Often I see interesting ideas that come from user research failing A/B testing

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  7. The early days of the world wide web

    Alex Hern speaks to Sir Tim Berners-Lee 30 years after he sent off the proposal for what would eventually become the world wide web. Jordan Erica Webber chats to Elle Hunt and Alex about their earliest memories of using the web

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  8. Episode 1: The EU-UK trade relations after Brexit with David Henig |

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  9. Accessibility myths 2019 – Digital Accessibility Experts Podcast 3

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  10. EMERGENCY CHAOS-CAST! Everyone quits!

    On Planet Brexit’s worst Day of Chaos yet, we drag Dorian Lynskey, Alex Andreou, Naomi Smith and Ian Dunt into the subterranean Remainiacs bunker to ask what it all means… and whether Theresa May c…

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