Monthly Archives: January 2011

Today’s Readings

A grand collection of HTML5 sites.  Look, dig, learn.  Gotta love the web… Wow!  An amazing historical reference collection of design images from throughout history!  I can see a few people I know really losing themselves in here… Motion-sensing web … Continue reading

Sencha Animator: CSS3 Animations, Coded for You

Just stumbled across the Sencha Animator.  It’s sort of Flash, but the output is HTML and CSS3 instead of a SWF! Pretty powerful, if you check out some of the demos.  The “Page Flip Demo” uses an interesting combination of … Continue reading

Developing for WebKit Browsers

If you’re “lucky” enough to find yourself developing for iThings, you know you’re in a mixed-blessing situation: on one hand, you get a chance to play with absolute cutting-edge technology, pushing the browser as far as it can go, using … Continue reading

Steven Wright Jokes

I cannot promise that these are all the work of Steven Wright, but they are hilarious nevertheless… I’d kill for a Nobel Peace Prize. Borrow money from pessimists — they don’t expect it back. Half the people you know are … Continue reading

Today’s Reading

First of all, Happy New Year to you all! It’s an oft-barked theme, “Why We Should Start Using CSS3 and HTML5 Today“, but this quote specifically I can not read enough: “…we have to wake up to the fact that … Continue reading