Linkage: November 16th, 2012 to December 5th, 2012

Level Legs the Easy Way Neat trick for leveling legs on four-legged objects. Requires a table saw. ITTEN: The Elements of Color, 1970. Wonderful book on color Git Immersion Good starting point for Git Save _flymake files in a temporary directory | blog.arithm How to make flymake behave with javascript using the jshint forumula from […]


Linkage: May 17th, 2012 to May 24th, 2012

"The Maple Avenue Mind-Set" The local drama over whether kids should be able to bike to a local middle school ends up in Bicycling magazine. Crazy. Courtesy Table More like a see-saw table. Clever idea and design. Making a cutting gauge Neat design for a cutting gauge with a captive wedge. Untitled ( Improvised shave […]

Linkage: May 15th, 2012 to May 17th, 2012

Electric Imp Tiny wireless controllers for just about anything. $25. Awesome. [Interview] Christopher Schwarz of Lost Art Press A good, quick interview with the Schwarz. Instagram Breaking in the skates on the brewpub floor. #daughters #6thbirthday #smallbusiness #shopsmall Liquid Photo Page Layout Flickr is now showing the biggest photo they can on a photo page. […]

Linkage: March 29th, 2012 to April 17th, 2012

QArt Codes Sticking pictures in QR codes. Neat. Marks of Civilization : The Work Itself "One thing has not changed. Civilization still needs a reckoning to remind itself why it is worth carrying on, to continue struggling against the inevitable forces that cut us all down." Is Sugar Toxic? – Fascinating read on sugar. […]

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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