That all aside, the concepts that make the Black Book so successful are the brevity of the articles and the fact that from each you learn something. They in turn build on each other so that all of the small things you've learned build on each other until you have a working understanding. So that is precisely where and how I'll start for the layout of my content.
For the content itself, just as I've been posting things that I'm learning about on my personal blog, here I'll post more on things I tend to know something about or have a strong opinion for. Things that should help you evolve your prowess in using HTML 5. For example, some areas that I find are not well covered when I browse the web or review questions on Stack Overflow:
- Code organization and protections that are now available to ES 5 and where possible how they can degrade gracefully to ES 3 (though most of us should not worry about such degradation).
- Useful poly-fills for new web features that still have not achieved a great deal of interoperability.
- Various performance notes that I've collected over time.
- And hopefully some real life interactions that I have with people around me on the subject. In fact if you run into something interesting that you think deserves a black book entry then contact me since I'd be interested in covering it.