The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has unveiled a new logo for the HTML5 web standard.
Created by W3C and design firm Ocupop, the badge-like HTML5 logo features a large white “5″ on a crest of red. The logo is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0, allowing free use of the design by all. Read More
There seems to be a huge misconception going around the Web and Media lately that the new fandangled HTML5 is going to be be the final technology that essentially kills and replaces the use of Flash on the web. The way I see it is that Flash or any other multimedia plugin is not going to be threatened by HTML5. The new Video, Audio and Canvas APIs will really only steal the more boring work that Flash has had to adopt over the last several years to fill a gap that HTML, up until now, was not capable of doing.
(CNN) — Remember “Pong?”
Well, now you can play the seminal video game and help determine the future of the internet while you’re at it.
The folks at Code Computerlove, a digital communications agency, have recreated the ultra-simple game using two different systems — the emerging HTML5 and Adobe’s established Flash.