I spend time surfing the web everyday. I admit it. I am not ashamed. Here are the pages I marked today on Ma.gnolia:
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Scott posts a stirring video of a usually ornery Red Sox crowd helping a dude through the national anthem. Touching, really…
I don’t use Browser Sync currently because I use Camino. However, I may be switching to Firefox when it goes 3.0. This info about what could be a SWEET Google service might come in handy.
Pretty cool site about typography.
“Analysis of Web 2.0 design style elements, why they work, how and when to use them.”
Cool i’l blurred out menu that creates good focus. I like the idea.
“Add Icons to your Textlinks with CSS”
“The CSS Text Wrapper allows you to generate HTML and CSS to wrap text on your website into any shape.”
If you hate Leopard’s Stacks (and many do), this may be a great way to fix ’em!
Handy little tool!
I’m a fan of the Blueprint CSS framework as it allows me to draw up grids in a quick and dirty fashion (plus, it comes with some quick and dirty typographic defaults that seem to work pretty well). Montoya is looking to take Blueprint a bit further. I’m a fan of that…
Great post over at gapingvoid about one French auteur’s search for a publisher. Of course, gapingvoid thinks the book should be blogged–I’m not so sure about that. I’ll have to write a blog post on that…