The markup here (with proprietary inline attributes for styling) is a terrible idea but the demo that accompanies is great at showing how flexbox works …I just wish it didn’t try to abstract away the CSS. This is so close to being a really good learning tool for flexbox.
All the marvellous hacks from Science Hack Day San Francisco being demoed at the end of the event.
Mine is the first one up, five minutes in.
I’m not sure how I managed to miss this site up until now, but it’s right up my alley: equal parts urban planning, ethnography, and food science.
You can’t demo a digital product without a cup of coffee on a wooden table.
This is why the Internet Archive matters. It is now the public record of Obama’s broken promise to protect whistleblowers.
I feel very bad for the smart, passionate, talented people who worked their asses off on change.gov, only to see their ideals betrayed.
Dan is collecting all of those product demo videos aimed squarely at young white single males with iPhones.
This is a pretty wacky experiment in altering font size based on the user’s distance from the screen (allow the page to access your camera and enable the “realtime” option for some real fun). I don’t know how much real-world application this has, but it’s a cute’n’fun exercise.
The Boston Globe’s got nothing on this!
Luke and Jason have put together some demos of various “off-canvas” navigation patterns for responsive designs.
In amongst all the shiny demos on this site, this one could actually be useful.
Nik demos the neat interactions in Realmac’s latest piece of iOS software in this cute little video.
Before there was phone phreaking there was …radio interception hacking?
A century ago, one of the world’s first hackers used Morse code insults to disrupt a public demo of Marconi’s wireless telegraph
A nice little demo of the “content out” approach to responsive design.
Andy just debuted this at An Event Apart—lovely stuff.
A cute’n’nifty demonstration of transforms and animations in CSS that works a treat in Webkit.
A well-written account of a disgraceful situation. "We all go down together, horses looming above us, baton blows still coming down on our heads and shoulders. I am genuinely afraid that I might be about to die, and begin to thumb in my parents' mobile numbers on my phone to send them a message of love."
An inspiring State Of The Web address by Tim Berners-Lee. He can't resist pitching linked data at the end, but it's mostly a stirring call to arms.
Quite a stunning proof of concept that uses video and canvas.
The bottom-up appeal of netbooks in all their cheap, crappy glory.
Don't be too proud of this technological terror you have created.
Beautiful artwork in a fun puzzle game.
Courtesy of Remy. Doesn't he ever sleep?
The Open Rights Group : Blog Archive Â» ORG verdict on London Elections: â€œInsufficient evidenceâ€� to declare confidence in results
The ORG have released their report into the London mayoral elections. â€œthere is insufficient evidence available to allow independent observers to state reliably whether the results declared in the May 2008 elections for the Mayor of London and theâ€¦
Make me pulse - Making a better life for web developer since 2006 » Blog Archive » Alternativa 3D : a new awesome 3D engine for flash
Ridiculously impressive demo of a 3D engine in Flash.
Jon's demo site for his talk at The Future of Web Design. It's all about cheese. I wish it were real.
John Logie Baird: the home of the inventor of the medium has been reduced to rubble - Independent Online Edition > Media
With a disgusting disregard for history, the Bexhill home of John Logie Baird has been demolished. Here's a potted biography of the proto-geek who steampunked his way into our living rooms.
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
This airtoons like animation demonstrates the correct usage of the magic cone.