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Archive: June, 2010
Brian documents his beautiful Geonames SVG maps.
A laugh-out-loud email exchange ...because if you didn't laugh, you'd cry.
A wonderful experiment in expanding hypertext.
Adam Greenfield is spot-on here, dismantling Apple's "imitate real world objects" design guideline for iPhone and iPad apps.
A nice manifestlet.
A handy little tool to help you get started with building offline apps by suggesting which files should go in your cache manifest.
A site on designing with data from the author of Visual Language For Designers: Principles For Creating Graphics That People Understand.
Jon gets flexible. This is the mark of a true web designer.
A new HTML5 resource from Paul Irish and other Googlers.
A free-as-in-beer book on jQuery from Rebecca Murphey, released under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license.
Sending a cease and desist letter to an obvious parody just makes the parody even funnier.
Mike Stenhouse has graphed civilisation longevity: a nice bit of long zoom perspective.
One of Brighton's best music venues is under threat of closure. Sign the petition to save it.
This looks like the New York equivalent of The Bradbury Building.
What he said. "The wonderful thing about the web is that anyone can contribute to it. If you have something to say, there are plenty of places to say it. But your right to post to someone else’s site rests with that someone else."
A handy tool that generates font-sizing CSS based on a drag'n'drop interface.
Offcom are not representing my interests as a consumer. This is a disgraceful decision.
Steve Faulkner has created a petition to let Google know what screenreader users think of Chrome's appalling lack of basic accessibility hooks.
A clever technique to create the effect of multiple background images using the :before and :after pseudo-elements.
Jim experiments with canvas and audio.
Beautiful mapping visualisations of crime data.
A new take on an old classic: how to make communion wafers zingier.
An extremely addictive bit of fun with small world network theory as applied to music.
Suw's Kickstarter-funded piece of puzzle fiction sounds very intriguing. Let's make it a reality.
Paul doesn't need an iPad. Neither do I. Neither do you. Paul is spending his money elsewhere.