HTML5 Watch is a new blog I made last night. My goal is to collect examples of creative, innovative, and unexpected use of emerging web technologies such as HTML5 and CSS3. It’s an itch I need scratched for myself, and something I expect others will find useful too.
The Web is such that you can learn a buttload just by looking at other people’s work. This is how I got into HTML back in ‘98, CSS in ‘99, and pretty much everything else since. Don’t forget that when you’re dissecting webpages, WebKit’s Web Inspector is an invaluable tool.
You can (and should!) also submit your own examples to the blog (the link is right at the top.) The question to answer is, “what can I learn from this code?”