Coming This Summer: Clients From Hell, the Book!
clientsfromhell: In December of 2009, Clients From Hell exploded as a cult phenomena of the design industry. Compiled in book form for the first time, this collection brings together the original and hilarious posts that made the blog a hit. On sale this summer. More details to come. Want.
Like half the internet is down.
I guess media temple is having some dns issues. :(
Adding CSS3 properties to CSSEdit's... →
webkitbits: Jesse Dodds: I now offer you a further-updated .plist file with many of the current CSS3 properties, including the many -webkit and -moz specific properties. I’ve also added the necessary properties for animation/transformation and gradients, and after reading Tim Van Damme’s post about -webkit-font-smoothing, I added the properties for those as well. CSSEdit is the best CSS...
Start In The Middle « yield thought →
Awesome advice on tackling projects.
10 Search Engines to Explore the Invisible Web →
Turn Off Your Mac's Display
minimalmac: onethingwell: ⇧ + ctrl + ⏏ I was trying to remember this the other day for a friend who is a new Mac owner. Could not do it for the life of me. Thanks. That’s a new one for me.
ignore the code: Solving the Alt-Tab Problem →
I really wouldn’t mind alt tabbing so much if the order was the same as my dock instead of MRU (Most Recently Used).
PHP 5.3.2-1ubuntu4 with Suhosin-Patch (cli) (built: Apr ...– nathanielban on my companies new server set up.
So much complexity in software comes from trying to make one thing do two...– Insight: So much complexity in software comes from - (37signals) This is why I try and code with loose coupling and high cohesion. Which basically means that one module doesn’t affect another one and yet they are allowed to work together. The separation of model, view and controller in most...
Each successful interaction, no matter how minor, invests the user in the...– Max Lord, Lessons from Google Mobile (via davidkaneda)