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 […]

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Linkage: July 27th, 2012 to August 7th, 2012

OTHER THINGS – yaffemays.com Bench is awesome. autopilot. Neat little blog engine that syncs with dropbox or google drive. Simple. A classic challenge Notes on the 3-day, 90 mile canoe race that happens us here every fall. So want to do this. Brief — A Chat Style for Skype 5 on OS X How to […]

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 […]

Linkage: July 3rd, 2012 to July 5th, 2012

UTC Clock Hack for OS/X 10.6 Show the time in UTC in the Mac dashboard widget. Can also just pick Reykjavík, Iceland, though the hack actually shows as UTC. Replacing text in the DOM… solved? – James Padolsey Very nice solution for matching text that spans DOM nodes in HTML. First time I've seen a […]

Linkage: March 23rd, 2012 to March 26th, 2012

Six Stages of Debugging Truth. There must be 50 ways to close a popup: menus, dropdowns, tooltips, palettes, dialogs, and more A rundown on many of the common ways you can dismiss a popup dialog. Popups always seem simple to implement, but when you get down to the things like this, the true complication is […]

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