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Boioioioioinggg! Sweet little ATV robot that can jump like a sand flea
The Continuous Partial Attention Generation Mike's thoughts on what watching looked like a few generations ago vs now
Entertaining retrospective on the libertarian-fantasy-clusterfuck that was SeaLand and HavenCo "Ladies and gentlemen, the datacenter"
ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Razor and Open Source Wow, ASP.NET is going open source, using Git, and potentially taking contributions from the community. Interesting times.
Woodcut Maps: Handcrafted wood-inlay maps, designed by you. Seems to having load issues, but very cool veneer-based maps, built from a Google map.
ADD, asp.net, atc, humor, linkage, maps, microsoft, opensource, robotics, webdev, wood
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 laid bare.
[Schoolbox] Unscrewed The last photo is beautiful
Art Du Menuisier, Tom I, II, III Pictures from Art Du Menuisier, close up. What a beautiful book.
Take Five A handy little utility that will pause a variety of music client for five minutes (hence the name) and then resume. Something I’ve wished for in the past, but never cobbled up the time to write. Only $1 for a limited time.
responsivepx – a tool for responsive design
@rem built a wonderful tool for finding where designs break so you can insert media queries to reformat the design. Really nice work. The demo site it at responsivepx.com
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