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Break the Page

A lovely site with thoughtful articles on the long-term future of the web.

There’s audio too, which is unfortunately locked up in the unhuffduffable roach motel that is Soundcloud, but I’m hoping that might change.

30 Great Reads from 2012 - Readlists

Some of the past year’s best long-form non-fiction, gathered together into a handy readlist for your portable epub pleasure.

A List Apart: Articles: ALA Summer Reading Issue

How about this for a trip down memory lane—a compendium of articles from over a decade of A List Apart, also available as a Readlist epub. It’s quite amazing just how good this free resource is.

The only thing to fault is that, due to some kind of clerical error, one of my articles has somehow found its way onto this list.

If this were Twitter, you’d be at-replying me with the hashtag “humblebrag”, wouldn’t you?

n+1

A beautiful site for long-form content, also available in dead tree format.

Welcome - The Bold Italic - San Francisco

A beautifully designed location-based web magazine.

The New York Review of Ideas

The colour scheme is a little odd (though I expect this will change from month to month) but the typography is tasteful and the content is king.

Digital Web Magazine

With heavy heart, Nick announces the end of Digital Web magazine. It will be missed.

The Particle Zoo: Subatomic Particle Softies

Handmade subatomic particle plushies from the standard model of physics ...and beyond!

PHP Advent Calendar 2008

Like 24 Ways, this is an advent calendar for geeks. But this one is focused on PHP.

24 ways: 2008

Rejoice! 24 Ways is back again. Prepare for 24 days of web development articles.

ThoughtCafe ยป Online Magazine

I like the look of this, both visually and idealistically. "ThoughtCafe is a crowdsourced online magazine, written by the internet community for the internet community."

Scroll Magazine

How awesome is this? A real-world "print'n'paper magazine" for web developers. "An elegant, timeless, collectable magazine for people who love web design and are intrigued by the possibility of the web"

Webmonkey: the Web Developers Resource

Hey, look what's back: Webmonkey! Ah, memories.

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