Monthly Archives: August 2010

Today’s Readings

For lovers of Pandora, provides a similar “assumption-based” streaming service.  You pick a genre and they automatically bounce you from audio site to audio site, playing new and interesting tracks for you, all from within their portal.  It’s a … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

In keeping with my strong belief that we should be building a unified web (not one fragmented between websites and “an app for this” and “an app for that”, etc.), I have to say I am deeply intrigued by the … Continue reading

Fonts, Fonts, Everywhere, But Not a Font in Use…

Okay, brief Iron Maiden reference out of the way, now to the action… A brief note: I will be using the term “common font” to mean anything you can typically rely on to already be on a user’s computer (Helvetica, … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Feeling kind of designy… Need to make a cool infographic? Old book cover designs are awesome… What does your work area look like? Inspired, and want to take note of a color palette, no matter where you are?  There’s an … Continue reading

Want to Get Away?

Check-out this video…  pop-it to full-screen… Apparently a real-time, 10-minute, single video shot, from Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium… Happy relaxing, Atg Top⇪

Today’s Readings

First some good news from Google: Voice Actions for Android.  Pretty slick. And now the bad.  Or is it?  I’m still trying to read between the lines in Google’s and Verizon’s new partnership on net neutrality…  There is a lot … Continue reading

What’s the Best Way to… Use CSS3 Today

Update: I’ve actually built-out a BUNCH of pages using some of the options below showing examples of stuff that works across all browsers, right here, right now, in this current century… Check it out: The title of this post … Continue reading

Solving the Problem with Background-Images and Print CSS

A client recently brought to my attention an issue that I always said I was going to look into more closely, but somehow just never really got around to it: print CSS. We all know we should be doing it, … Continue reading

How to Get Started with HTML5 and CSS3 (Twice…)

Amazingly, within days of each other, two HTML5/CSS3 starter kits come screaming down the Information Superhighway: First from Monkey Do! comes HTML5 Reset, with such hits as: HTML5 document structure About half a dozen IE-specific CSS files Popular IE-correcting Javascript … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

A few really nice HTML5 and CSS3 resources came out recently.  Check them out! 25 HTML5 Features, Tips, and Techniques you Must Know A good list, whether you’re experienced or new to HTML5. HTML5 Reset A starting point for all … Continue reading