HTML5: seriously, it's not just for video --... →
A bunch of fun demos. This Google Gravity one is cool.
HTML5 Watch →
A Tumblr similar to this one with HTML5 and CSS3 examples. These world clocks are cool.
Video JS | HTML5 Video Player →
HTML 5 for Web Designers, by Jeremy Keith -... →
85 pages of nicely designed book learning action.
Detecting HTML5 Features - Dive Into HTML5 →
The chapter of Dive Info HTML5 about detecting features. Certain browsers might not support certain features so it’s smart to add code to check what is available. There is also an almost-alphabetical guide for quick reference. via hackernews
Best HTML5 and CSS3 tutorials | AjaxLine →
A bunch of nice HTML5 and CSS3 tutorials. I particularly like the color changing website tutorial and the CSS3 Glow tabs. via Allan Paterson
A demo of a Spiderman Cartoon made with CSS3, jQuery and HTML5 (no flash). You can read the explanation of how it was done here. via hackernews
Article Archive | HTML5 Doctor →
A bunch of articles and explanations about HTML5. You can submit questions too.
The Future of HTML5 by Bruce Lawson (by Carsonified) A presentation given at FOWA London 2009.
The WHATWG Blog » Blog Archive » The Road to... →
Mark Pilgrim explains link relations, which are used to say why you are linking to a page.
Dive Into HTML5 →
The online version of a book about HTML5 written by Mark Pilgrim with tons of explanations and examples. There are chapters on the canvas, video, geolocation, offline web applications, forms and more.
HTML5 Demos and Examples →
Demos of some of the main features of HTML5 that you can try out and view the source code for.
TouchScroll, a scrolling layer for WebKit mobile «... →
This scrolling layer for WebKit makes your web pages scrollable. The advantage this has over standard touch scrolling is the locked axis for vertical or horizontal scrolling. Try out the demo. via daringfireball
23 Essential HTML 5 Resources | Carsonified →
A collection of links to HTML5 demos, tutorials, examples and explanations.
An HTML5 Offline App Example →
This post explains how to write an HTML5 app that works offline. There is also a demo so you can test it out.