Then http://browserhacks.com is the site for you!
Useful CSS gradient generator which can accept an image and turn it into a CSS gradient. Nice.
Some good stuff on this article on 20 Snippets You should be using from Html5 Boilerplate.
More funky CSS3 hover effects on show here. Nice work!
Original Hover Effects using CSS3; some very cool effects going on here. Some a little flaky in Safari on a Mac, but nothing major.
At last; Adobe start to stick video tutorials up on YouTube. It’s now a little easier to stick these things on your iPhone to watch during the commute.
Fantastic news; one of the main issues anyone building sites has to contend with is background image funkyness. Read more at Ajaxian here.
I’m almost a week out; didn’t realise 24ways were doing their xmas thing again. Great idea and some great tips in there as always.
Really interesting blog post on how the mobile version of Flickr was constructed. I haven’t had the opportunity to try the mobile version of the site out on a mobile browser aside from iPhone Safari, but it works really well on that browser. You can tell the focus on optimising everything has paid off when it comes down to user experience, and I love the visual feedback that every click provides (so the user isn’t left twiddling his/her thumbs wondering if a click has registered).