andr3 / André Luís

Human since ‘82. Web nerd since ‘98.

Is in love with the ligatures in huffduffer logo!

There are four people in andr3’s collective.

Huffduffed (45)

  1. A New Canon | Mark Boulton | New Adventures In Web Design conference | Nottingham | 20th January 2011

    In the real world, responsive design is nothing new. Products adapt to our needs. Technology monitors local environments to adjust lighting, temperature and even physical spaces. But what about web? In designing with words, the desire to bind content to a device has been around as long as there have been books. Mark will take you from desire to implementation, from theory to practice. How can we build upon what we know from literally hundreds of years of responsive design practice to define a new era of online publishing? An era where we strive for the same level of human / technology connection that started with the monks.

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  2. Brian Suda at the GeekSpeak show - June 25, 2011

    Brian Suda joins the geeks to talk about information visualization. And the big question "Satan and Miles’s birthday: is there a connection?"

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  3. Audio from the New York Web Fonts Roundtable « The Typekit Blog

    Many thanks to everyone who attended Wednesday’s Web Fonts Roundtable, and especially to our esteemed panelists (Jeffrey Veen, Jason Santa Maria, Nick Sherman, and Christian Schwartz) and co-sponsor Webtype. Download the audio or listen below.

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  4. BBC - Desert Island Discs - Castaway : Terry Gilliam

    Animator and film director Terry Gilliam joins Kirsty Young to choose his Desert Island Discs.

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  5. Live ‘end of season one’ show « Boagworld

    At this years SXSW Interactive, Paul Boag, Marcus Lillington, Rob Borely and Steve Krug recorded a live episode of the Boagworld show to celebrate the end of season one ‘Building websites for return on investment’.

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  6. Jeffrey Zeldman’s Awesome Internet Design Panel

    He brought us The Web Standards Project, A List Apart, Designing With Web Standards, A Book Apart, and so much more. Now legendary blogger, designer, and creative gadfly Jeffrey Zeldman brings us a SXSW panel. There will be discussion. There will be special guests. Quotable insights will fly faster than your fingers can peck them into Twitterific. Combustible wit will fill the room. And in the end, we’ll all be a little wiser than we were.

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  7. David Brooks: The social animal

    Tapping into the findings of his latest book, NYTimes columnist David Brooks unpacks new insights into human nature from the cognitive sciences — insights with massive implications for economics and politics as well as our own self-knowledge. In a talk full of humor, he shows how you can’t hope to understand humans as separate individuals making choices based on their conscious awareness.

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  8. The Why & How of Decentralized Web Identity | SXSW 2011 panel

    The big players in social networking are setting a plodding pace of innovation. New startups, keen to offer useful and exciting new means of communication, have migrated wholesale to platform-based approaches. Constrained by what it means to be boxed into 140 characters or Facebook’s vision of a lifestream, we’re left without a compelling view of what "social" means on the web. It’s time to take back our identities, and with it the web. We’ll discuss examples of how the web is more Awesome when people are a part of it (and not just a layer on top of a few companies’ databases). We’ll talk about what kinds of approaches make sense in this new world (and which don’t), and discuss some successes (and failures) that have happened along the way. Parts of this discussion will be technical; you can’t build the web without some HTML, and we can’t build a social web without getting our hands dirty. However, tech is boring. You can always look up how to do something - knowing why you want to do something is the hard part. We’re going to look beyond the modern gold rush, and talk about ideas that have lasting value for content providers, producers, and consumers, and why you should care.

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  9. Is Privacy Dead or Just Very Confused?

    While many assert that "privacy is dead," the complex ways in which people try to control access and visibility suggest that it’s just very confused. Rather than throwing the baby out with the bath water, let’s discuss people’s understanding and experiences of privacy and find ways to 2.0-ify it.

    danah boyd, Microsoft Research

    Judith Donath, MIT Media Laboratory

    Siva Vaidhyanathan, University of Virginia

    Alice Marwick, New York University

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  10. On The Media - Do Not Track

    Do Not Track December 10, 2010

    Earlier this month, the Federal Trade Commission floated a proposal for a "Do Not Track" option for consumers to block certain online advertisers. Predictably, the measure was found wanting by the ad industry, which believes its own self-regulation is a superior approach, and by privacy advocates, who believe the FTC plan doesn’t go far enough. Bob spent the week speaking to the interested parties about so-called "behavioral targeting" online.

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