Newyddion tech gorau y mis yn fy nhŷ i: SlideShare, the website for sharing PowerPoint presentations and other documents, has had a major makeover. The company has ditched Adobe Flash technology entirely, and rebuilt its website using the HTML5 markup language […] This means that SlideShare is now viewable on every kind of mobile device,… Parhau i ddarllen HTML5 – gobaith y we agored
Claire Miller: […] Wales is lagging behind on open data. This page from Openly Local pretty much sums up the problem with Wales, with a grand total of no open data councils, not even any semi open ones – every other region of Great Britain at least manages a few. Open data appears to have… Parhau i ddarllen Cymru Agored
http://scripting.com/stories/2011/04/08/11FreeHackathonIdeas.html That’s why I like platforms without platform vendors. There’s no one to change the rules, decide that you’ve been copying them when they’ve been copying you. To deprecate the APIs that you’ve invested your life savings in.
Your social-networking site becomes a central platform—a closed silo of content, and one that does not give you full control over your information in it. The more this kind of architecture gains widespread use, the more the Web becomes fragmented, and the less we enjoy a single, universal information space. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=long-live-the-web&page=2 100% cytuno. Am y… Parhau i ddarllen Facebook vs. Y we agored – neges bwysig gan Tim Berners-Lee
“Open sharing – how killing the culture of trade secrets could benefit Wales” gan Rhodri http://waleshome.org/2010/01/open-sharing-how-killing-the-culture-of-trade-secrets-could-benefit-wales/