A slideshow on HTML5 using HTML5.
If you’re working on an HTML5 game or graphics tool, this is a very handy property to keep in mind.
A simple album promo created using HTML5 audio. Nothing mindblowing, but you can learn from it.
HTML5 re-creation of an early Internet joke. Small and simple enough that you can learn quickly from the source code.
Google’s solution to embedding HTML5 audio and video, with Flash fallback. See also: SublimeVideo.
Early reviews say that this guide from A List Apart is excellent. $18, Ships in June.
Scribd, a document-sharing service, is switching from Flash to HTML5. As with all examples linked here, dig into their code and see what you can learn. The Web Inspector is your best friend.
Liz Brooks notes that iBooks supports HTML5 video. No examples of this in the wild… yet.