W3C (the Worldwide Web Consortium) has announced a plan to “recommend” (see: declare as ready) the HTML5 spec. Further updates (5.1 and onward) are expected to be given the okay every two years after that.
“I’d been doing radio over a decade when I discovered the world of wireless lav mics, which you pin on your interviewee as they teach in front of a classroom, shake hands on the campaign trail, go about their lives. Most radio people don’t use these but they’re like a crazy magic trick. ” — Lifehacker
“Before Silicon Valley was known for Google employees whisked to work in private shuttles, startups valued in the billions, and people walking around with optical displays strapped to their faces, it was known simply for silicon—the stuff used to make computer chips. ” — The New Yorker