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  An amazing historical reference collection of design images from throughout history!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 browsing?  It looks to be on the way…

Ever wondered what stylesheets browsers innately use for webpages (meaning, if the web developer doesn’t apply anything)?  Yeah, me neither, but now that someone has a list, it’s sort of interesting…  (FF, Safari and Opera are at the bottom of the page.)

From Adaptive Path comes a pretty slick idea for proof-reading documents: let your computer do it!  (If you’re on a Mac.)

I would love to watch 3D without the glasses as much as the next person, but there is no way that this can be good for you and your poor eye lids…  I love at 1:16, as his lids are flapping like he is trying to take flight, “so you can really enjoy the show, in a really nice way…”  man…

Any Batmobile fans out there?  Here’s a great catalog of Batmobiles past

From Jon Rafman comes 9-eyes.com, a collection of serendipitous Google Street View images.  I am amazed at the human desire to flip-off cameras, at how many hookers there are around the world, and the fact that anyone actually rides Segways…  Caution:  The images are a little addictive, and the page is a seemingly never-ending scroll…

And finally, a new search engine that can find the data you’re really looking for…

Happy reading,
Atg

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