Linkage: December 7th, 2012 to December 20th, 2012

Geeky Fingernails / Doctor Who “Silence” manicure
#DoctorWho "Silence" Manicure #NailArt
A Tale of Animation Performance | CSS-Tricks
On using translate() vs top/left for moving elements around. First I'd seen of using translate() to do designy type motion effects. Pretty neat.
A Seasonal Tipple
Plane's Milk of Amnesia. Basically, make at home Bailey's.
You Are Not Your Code
Thoughts from Sam Stephenson, creator of Prototype
jq
"jq is like sed for JSON data – you can use it to slice and filter and map and transform structured data with the same ease that sed, awk, grep and friends let you play with text."
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Linkage: October 18th, 2012 to November 16th, 2012

Setting up Emacs as a Javascript editing environment for Fun or Profit « Deadpan Sincerity
Some good tips on setting up Emacs to edit Javascript. This is where I stumbled upon auto-complete-mode. js-comint is super super handy.
Auto Complete Mode – The most intelligent auto-completion extension for GNU Emacs
Wow, an auto completion mode for emacs that actually seems to work. Worth a shot.
Tom Blomfield: Making something people want – The GoCardless story
"Most startups aren't competing with other startups; they're competing with no one giving a shit".
Writing Fast, Memory-Efficient JavaScript | Smashing Coding
Writing Fast, Memory-Efficient JavaScript –
Leaner Programmer Anarchy
Longish talk on programming and using anarchy to get shit done

Linkage: September 27th, 2012 to October 1st, 2012

Close Grain: With Phil Lowe At Topsfield Fair
New blog post: with Phil Lowe at Topsfield Fair:
Sickdesigner.com › Fun with Google Maps
If you ever wanted to use Google Maps as the background of a website, this is how you can do it – via @sickdesigner
How to Set Up a Bandsaw – Fine Woodworking Article
How to Set Up a Bandsaw – Fine Woodworking Article a greater band saw setup video by Michael Fortune.
Photo Album – Imgur
Some very upsetting images here:
IPython: Python at your fingertips
A video introduction to iPython, a wonderful REPL and more for Python

Linkage: September 17th, 2012 to September 26th, 2012

A Nice Little Feature I Forgot To Mention
Every shop needs a trap door
Source Code Pro
Lovely new coding from from Adobe. Open source even.
Ubuntu Time Machine Server for OS X Lion
How to set up Ubuntu to pretend to be a TimeCapsule for OSX
Sidestep
A wonderful little tool that will automatically open a SOCKS5 proxy and route all your web traffic through it when it detects you're on a unsecured wifi connection. Great for travel.
Whiskey Barrel Adirondack Chair | Uncrate
So @designtramp hasn't had a chance to build his chair yet. Wonder what he'll think of this cleverness

Linkage: July 5th, 2012 to July 10th, 2012

Inge Druckrey: Teaching to See on Vimeo
wow. watch this.
Modular JavaScript with RequireJS – blog.credera.com
Nice short intro to coding with RequireJS
blackberry gin fizz | smitten kitchen
Yum. I'm a sucker for gin fizz.
10.6: Add NFS Mounts using Disk Utility – Mac OS X Hints
The weird trick that worked for me was to use the 'resvport' option when mounting the NFS share from OSX. Weird because the mount was exported using insecure, but adding resvport worked nonetheless.
Code Review with Gerrit, a mostly visual guide
Nice intro to using Gerrit