TTMMHTM: CSS stuff, government websites, writing guides and some 80ies shoot-em-upTuesday, June 29th, 2010 at 4:22 pm
Things that made me happy this morning:
- London’s Twitter activity mapped as a colourful landscape.
- The new government in the UK is reviewing hundreds of unnecessary websites – I agree, having worked in local government I was appalled by the waste that was done when building very simple web sites with huge enterprise systems and making a bad job of it.
- Yahoo released a style guide how to write for the web (seriously this came as a surprise to me)
- Hydora is a free shoot-em-up for windows that took three years to develop and is very much inspired by classics like R-Type.
- Rickroll explained by chickens because somebody has to
- Facebook and Twitter for login explanations
- Proclaiming my love is heartwarming – and terribly geeky
- Conan the Barbarian the Musical – good thing it is a fake
- iOS icons made in pure CSS – shiny!
- How to target iPhone4 with CSS and mediaqueries
- Nicole Sullivan explains how the media object saves 100s of lines of code in CSS – with object she means a reusable page component
- A list of the open source projects released by Twitter
- Bounce is an easy way to share ideas on websites – an annotation tool