Nice jQuery plugin for pulling in tweets. Especially when you roll in the patch at https://github.com/henrik/henrik.nyh.se/blob/0971e2b54b67955aae9039c50d7f1800afee164a/js/jquery.twitter.js to let you filter out @ replies. jQuery plugin for Twitter – blog – coda.coza.
Also shown at AEA, is the HTML5 spec for Web Developers (not the super nerdy one for browser makers). Enjoy! HTML5 — Edition for Web Developers.
Zeldman’s collection of links mentioned in presentations at the recent An Event Apart in Boston. Good stuff all around. http://www.zeldman.com/2011/05/05/html5-css3-ux-design-links-from-an-event-apart-boston-2011/
Layer Styles made its way around the interwebs today. This is really pretty cool and something I had thought about trying to pull off a couple years ago. My thought was “wouldn’t it be cool if you had an interface that would let you work in CSS effects, and then output the styles for you?”. […]
Over on CSS Tricks, there’s a discussion brewing about why people still use IE6. Chris breaks it down into four different user types: Those who have to due to IT policies; those whose computers don’t support IE7 (although they would probably support Firefox); those who have actually avoided upgrading to IE7 and who may actually […]
I’ve noticed a paradigm shift recently in my trollings of ye olde interweb. More and more sites are reversing their titles! Thus far in my experience, it’s been mostly personal sites, blogs and agency shops that are doing it, but these are the sites run by the people making the larger sites. What do I […]
So, you’re probably well aware that IE 7 and Firefox 2 came out practically on the same day. I was hesitant about upgrading either (still haven’t upgraded FF at home yet), but finally broke down at work yesterday and did the deed.
So, this just came down in my podcast of TextMate screencasts and I almost soiled myself when I watched it. Therefore, I must share it with you, my loyal reader (you know who you are).