TTMMHTM: Minifig photos, insert into web, glowing BBC, Twitter jokes, accessibility inventionsThursday, July 9th, 2009 at 1:39 pm
- A great flickr collection of Lego Minifig re-enactments of classic photos
- The w3c showing some very dry twitter humour
- How to fake time travel using twitter
- Gez Lemon shows how to create accessible drag and drop using ARIA.
- YQL is now not only read but also insert,update and delete.
- A great but also very graphic video and campaign about Motor Neurone Disease – MND
- Slickmap is a CSS to show sitemaps in a very nice fashion.
- A proposal for Anti paparazzi clothes and accessories
- A Nice tongue-in-cheek minimal CSS framework
- A proposal by Yahoo to open source one of our Apache mods – geared for high traffic sites
- SoundAmp – an application for the iPhone turns the device into something of a hearing -aid. Whilst this does not really help the hard of hearing I love that somebody thought about using the microphone of the iPhone as an input and thought about accessibility.
- A set of Lovely social media icons by Paul Robert Lloyd
Tags: accessibility, apache, bbc, css, glow, hearing aid, html5, icons, iphone, lego, minifigs, minimal, mnd, opensource, sitemaps, socialmedia, w3c, yahoo