Ooh, these look nice! Smaller, more manageable newspapers from Newspaper Club.
I like this suggestion. If you’re using minified CSS in production, it would be a nice gesture to have an easily-discoverable unminified version for people to view source on.
This looks like a really handy tool for reducing the file size of JPEGs without any perceptible loss of quality (in much the same way that ImageOptim works for PNGs)—available as a Mac app or an installable web service.
Homunculi in a landscape of food.
This is a truly excellent project: transcribing and archiving the transmissions of historic space missions. Excellent!
5k.org is dead. Long live 5k.org. The people nehind Brighton's Â£5 App have announced a competition to create an application using only 5K (5120 bytes) of code and resources.
A gallery of minimally designed websites. There are some lovely grid/type-based designs on view here.
A wonderful short story by Matt Webb, who is clearly still thinking about movement (his theme from Web Directions North earlier this year).
Lots of tiltshift photos gathered together in one place.
An offhand remark I made on Twitter spurs Dom on to do a whole lotta research on character encoding in class names.
A very cute short film that mixes computer animation with live action.
Mike follows on from his original question "who would you be?" by adding the subclause "if you were a woman". My answer: Hedy Lamarr.
Take a photograph of something big and blur the foreground and background, leaving a narrow strip in focus. The result looks like a macro shot of a model.
There's a page on the Apple website devoted to Mac mini mods, including one in a Millennium Falcon casing.