TTMMHTM: Obama and unicorns,3D reconstruction from Flickr photos,quick brown foxes,CSS colours and rotations and new applesWednesday, July 29th, 2009 at 7:06 pm
Things that made me happy this morning:
- The Developer Evangelist Handbook is going nuts. 10300 hits yesterday, so far 12400 today.
- Amazing photos of naked Obama and unicorns – in case you wondered if the web is sane by now.
- Reconstructing 3D models of cities from Flickr photos is a pretty amazing research/tool/design.
- Proof that the quick brown fox really jumps over the lazy dog%
- CSS Prism is a tool to analyse CSS files and show the colours used in them
- Snook blogged about CSS text rotation and dug up the old IE transitions as a fallback – they are terrible though.
- 100 things our kids may never know about is a cool list of tech nostalgia
- BootXChanger allows you to change the Apple logo when your computer boots up
- Gheat is a pretty cool tool to overlay heatmaps on Google Maps
Tags: 3d, apple, bootup, colours, css, developerevangelism, flickr, Google, heatmaps, maps, obama, photos, quickbrownfox, reconstruction, technology, textrotation, unicorns