Win! Webfonts for everyone. The gap between print and web design is fading with the arrival of new toolkits and technologies. (via kellysims)
Our Solar System, an experiment with CSS3 border-radius, -webkit transforms & animations.
One of the nicer examples of the power of CSS3 in WebKit. (via webkitbits)
Apple Gives a Nod to Newton with New ‘What is iPad?’ Ad”
MacRumors points out that the wonderful new back-to-roots iPad spot (while it stands on its own) is actually a pretty unmistakable homage to the original “What is Newton?” ad, which holds up pretty well after two decades of shifting color palettes and film stocks.
This is just the sort of advertising I shudder with joy to see Apple doing. It takes us out of Crate and Barrel and puts us everywhere else.
Absolutely lovely ad. “iPad is … crazy powerful” (yip; the guy really said “crazy powerful”); now that sounds a lot better than that weird Verizon Droid ad, which seems keen on advertising its “1Ghz Snapdragon Processor” to a non-tech mainstream audience.
Have a look at Amazon Mobile for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store. As a newly converted iPad “couch-surfer”, this will definitely feel at home. The iPad creates a contained environment, which makes personalization easy.
This post changed my (coding) life. Probably the easiest way to create a simple blog, use Git for version control and deploy from the command line. Should also add that Heroku probably has the easiest sign up process ever for a free app hosting account.
By definition: “yes”. Although I have been living in Beijing (China) for almost 5 years now and am quite enjoying the global citizenship.
Weird! Just weird. Ryan crafted a little illustration for a “Tidbits” page; hooked it up to Tumblr for sharing cam pics and presto.