Jens Oliver Meiert

October 2013

The cover of “100 Things I Learned as an Everyday Adventurer.”

New Book! 100 Things I Learned as an Everyday Adventurer

I wrote a new book! Not about web development, again, not about philosophy or social sciences, yet, but about all the different activities I’ve been doing over the last few years, in all my infinite free time. And what I learned in one hundred of them.

Post from October 30, 2013, filed under .

How I Read 10 Books a Month

I read 10–15 books a month. As I’ve been doing this for a few years and thus developed a routine, I thought it could be interesting to share a few notes, tips, and quirks—I remember how hard it can be to even read 1 book a month.

Post from October 16, 2013, filed under .

The Curious Case of Breadcrumbs in HTML

We had an interesting thread about breadcrumbs on W3C’s public-html the other day. At first just targeting delimiters, it spawned a debate about the appropriate markup. Here’s my view on breadcrumbs in HTML.

Post from October 3, 2013, filed under .

About Cost in Web Development

Cost is an interesting topic. Oftentimes we think of cost as in “this costs so-and-so much.” Like, the software license costs $2,500. Or three man hours cost $450. I’m not an economist but I like to think of this as something like primary cost. Yet, there’s more…

Post from October 1, 2013, filed under .

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Like what you see here? Check out Jens’s adventure books: 100 Things I Learned as an Everyday Adventurer for how to just try everything, and Journey of J. for what it’s like to travel the world for one and a half years.

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