Saved Links — Pinboard

I've been using Pinboard (and del.icio.us before that) on and off to save my links ever since 2005. Here are the latest links I saved. You'll find all the others on Pinboard.

  • This is Mac OS 8, running in an Electron app pretending to be a 1991 Macintosh Quadra. Yes, it’s the full thing. I’m sorry.

    Tagged with: apple / emulator / javascript / mac
  • The intent of these guidelines is to help maintain a consistent voice in Apple materials. Always an interesting read and reference.

    Tagged with: design / styleguide
  • how patterns for loading long lists can impact the Core Web Vitals with some recommended fixes.

    Tagged with: webdesign
  • Estelle Caswell talks to Tony Hawk and architectural historian Iain Borden about some of skateboarding’s most iconic spots and how skate architecture has changed over the years.

    Tagged with: culture / skateboard
  • Modern CSS has numerous tools to help you improve the legibility of your text, from cutting edge technologies like variable fonts, to newly precise control of established properties. Edoardo Cavazza introduces some of his favorite tricks, with plenty of actionable tips for implementing them on your own sites.

    Tagged with: css / accessibility / design / typography
  • Inclusive Design is a methodology, born out of digital environments, that enables and draws on the full range of human diversity. Most importantly, this means including and learning from people with a range of perspectives.

    Tagged with: accessibility / inclusive
  • This website is a tool intended for SEO’s and webmasters seeking pre-made and validated JSON-LD markup for their websites.

    Tagged with: json / seo / microdata
  • The Clearleft podcast is going to be a bit different. This won’t be the usual interview format. Instead, each episode will be about a specific theme and feature many voices.

    Tagged with: podcast
  • Au-delà des enjeux économiques, éthiques ou écologiques immenses dont le smatphone est l’emblème, quelle place occupe-t-il dans la vie de ses propriétaires et quelles significations ces derniers lui accordent-ils?

    Tagged with: social / tech / anthropology
  • A t-shirt designed by James T. Green to raise money. The shirt’s design is a nod to the art/design/tech community while (always and forever) reminding folks that ‘Black Lives Matter’, the movement originated by Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi.

    Tagged with: blacklivesmatter / social / solidarity
  • You should be using SVG favicons. They’re supported in all modern browsers right now.

    Tagged with: favicon / html / svg / browsers
  • 3D printing company Materialise quickly formed a response in the form of a suite of 3D printed door handles that would slot over the top of your existing ones, accompanied by the catchy slogan ‘Do no harm, use your arm!’

    Tagged with: design / 3dprinting / covid-19
  • A more private, secure and humane service for determining your humanity.

    Tagged with: captcha / privacy
  • Like any other programming language, CSS has functions. They can be inserted where you’d place a value, or in some cases, accompanying another value declaration.

    Tagged with: css
  • Brick Tease. I so LOVE these…

    Tagged with: apple / mac / iphone
  • Yet another CSS Grid product layout. This time with books, clip-path, conic-gradient and, of course, some superfluous shadows and hover effects…

    Tagged with: css / cssgrid
  • This tool aims to help you to not get lost in the BEM cosmos by giving you naming-suggestions for some of the most common web components.

    Tagged with: css
  • how to manage HTML DOM with vanilla JavaScript only

    Tagged with: html / javascript / dom
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