Google released this week a cool little website of applied HTML5. 20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web, in the format of a digital book with turnable pages and illustrations by Christoph Niemann, goes over the structure of the Web and how we as users interact with it.

The little book does talk up the Chrome browser quite a bit, it was written by Google after all, but on the whole it is a good primer on the Internet for someone who wants to know more beyond the point-and-click basics. Even if you are a seasoned Internet veteran and you know all about CSS, plug-ins, and cloud computing, the page is one more example of what possibilities HTML5 is opening up to designers.