Things always go a bit faster on the internet. Except change. We just do the same things over and over again … a lot … and really fast.
So in true Web fashion, I present to you: An HTML Logo. Why? Because the HTML5 Logo presented by the World Wide Web Consortium two days ago  is old. Why? Because the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group says HTML5 is old , and they’re right. So, without further ado:
The logo might appear white, light grey, light blue, or black. None of that is correct: It’s transparent. It’s inspired by minimalism, nihilism, alcoholism (or rather, some of its side-effects), and pink unicorns.
So if you want to show that you’re using the latest, hippest, most high-tech markup available, and want to leave those old HTML5 losers in the dust, you should definitely put this logo on your website or iSomething application.
Holy crap! I even started “blogging” (I still hate that “word”) for the occassion again. Will I keep doing this? Probably not. Eventually I will hate this very entry. Actually, I hate it already. Please leave.
Things always go a bit faster on the internet. Except change.