In these last days, I have been reading a lot of tech stuff about web development. Catching up with the latest and dusting off my skills.
All this for my first responsive attempt (which is actually a theme for this blog).
I have already put together a few mockups in photoshop. In the elegant/minimalist trend that flat design is today.
But there’s this annoying issue I’ve come across almost consistently among some of the top results in my Google searches: lack of that temporal meta data that sets a context assigning a relevance value.
The damn time!
When was this article published? Is it too old to matter? Was it posted a few minutes ago? Has it been online long enough for commentators to test its claims?
All these things matter to me. And I think they should to everybody in an environment were things change overnight.
So please, if someone’s listening to this old creep: don’t remove the date out of your articles!