The WHATWG has helpfully put out a version of the HTML5 spec that is aimed at web developers. It takes the full spec, and removes the stuff that only browser manufacturers need to know.
Reading specs is pretty dull work, but they’ve done their best to make a nice presentation. At the very least, reading over the outline will give you a good understanding of the scope of HTML5.
I am a little confused as to how this meshes with the newly christened HTML (no 5) “living spec”, but that is another semantic argument.
A great gallery of responsive websites. You can register with your twitter account and submit sites.
Tip o’ the hat to Simple Bits.
25 Ways To Make Your Website Accessible.
Great rundown on ways to make your site more accessible. Very well explained, with lots of resource links.
Full disclosure: The author, Dennis Lembree, is ‘kin’ – but the honest truth is that I read this last week, and thought it was great. Only later did I figure out it was by him!