Public service announcement: time to update your CSS3 - Generated Content by David Storey
"If you use experimental CSS on your sites, demos, articles or tools, there is a certain amount of maintenance required to keep on top of changes. With a number of recent changes in the browser world, now is the time to revisit and update your code."
Le ministère de l'intégration -- Testing @font-face Support on Mobile and Tablet
"Some browsers declare they support @font-face but don't display the glyphs correctly..."
A List Apart: Articles: Vexing Viewports
"On the iPad Mini, font-size at baseline is precisely 16 pixels. That may have worked fine when fewer pixels were packed into our screens, but on a dense display with an improperly defined viewport, that's going to be uncomfortably small."
Eric's Archived Thoughts: Where to Avoid CSS Hyphenation
"Yes, most of those are old and obscure and in some cases (massively) deprecated, but they're all elements that could be hanging around on a web site and by their nature shouldn't have their content hyphenated."
main element - an HTML5 extension specification
"This specification is an extension to the HTML5 specification [HTML5]. It defines an element to be used for the identification of the main content area of a document."
Bruce Lawson's personal site : Why I changed my mind about the <main> element
"If it's worth adding a redundant attribute to the language for something as comparatively esoteric as adding micro-semantics, it seems wrong to refuse to add an element that mirrors what vastly more authors actually write, and which would make the Web more accessible to those who need extra help."