Monthly Archives: August 2012

Today’s Readings

Been hearing a lot about Sublime Text 2 lately, but haven’t brought myself to really “dive in”; anyone? And one of the bits mentioned in the above article is TextExpander, which, on the surface sounds awesome, but also means I need … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Think your remote patches are a tricky? How about sending a patch 160 Million Miles? Did you know there is a Performance object in the Webkit Inspector? If not, check it out, has some useful bits, but all the timestamps … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

I have to admit, I’m a total sucker for numbered-lists-of-shit, but Things I didn’t know about the WebKit inspector? I’m all in! (Okay, well, it obviously was numbered at one point, thus the URL, but I guess that changed at … Continue reading

Responsive Test Environment: Test Multiple Screen-Sizes, in One Browser Window, with One Refresh

So I had a thought on the bus the other day: Wouldn’t it be cool if I could test my responsive websites in multiple screen-sizes, without having to rubber-band my browser width back-and-forth, and back-and–forth, and back-and–forth? If I could … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

I created many things out of cardboard when I was a child; it never occurred to me to build a bicycle… I don’t host my own site, so I can’t play with mod_pagespeed myself, and I do not know nearly … Continue reading