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A Day in the Internet

I was contacted earlier this week by Jen Rhee (@jenicarhee) who found one of my previous posts on The State of the Internet and pointed me to an interesting infographic about the topic: A Day in the Internet created...

Ø Responsinator

The Responsinator by @tamapugsley and @andyhovey is another cool way of previewing your responsive web design online. It provides nice frames covering the range of the most popular mobile devices of the moment....

Ø How to make the MacBook Air SuperDrive work with any Mac

The perfect solution by Luz for thoses who have swapped out their optical drive from their MacBook Pro and are looking for a way to use Apple's SuperDrive for MacBook Air....

Sittings kills you

Via: MedicalBillingandCoding.org Standing isn't the answer either: move regulary....

Need to want less

While randomly browsing my Sunday feeds, I rediscovered Erin Hanson's brilliant «NEED TO WANT LESS» set of relevant visual philosophical statements. I feel I want it, but do I really need it? Gee, I recognise myself in several of...

Password strength

xkcds relevant as always :) <333 Ori. http://xkcd.com/936/...

Ø 10 tips for designing mobile websites

A nice and clean compilation of what you should know and take care of when designing or `mobilizing` a web site, by Keegan Street. The article includes many relevant links to other resources on the web. Via @zeldman Thursday...

Ø How to Check if Your Gmail Account Has Been Hacked

If you’re worried about email security, Friedbeef's tech offers a step by step guide to help you check and determine if your Gmail account has been hacked or compromised in any way. The guide is detailed and comprehensible, and...

Ø Reclaimprivacy.org

Ø Our Solar System

Our Solar System is an amazing experiment with CSS3 border-radius, transforms & animations....

Ø HTML5 presentation (in HTML5)

«HTML5 - Web Development to the next level» is a nifty presentation of HTML5 and other next generation technologies of the web development stack. Javascript new APIs are brilliantly presented complete with inline examples, as are HTML5's new semantic...

Ø HTML5 and CSS3 readiness

A cool visualisation of browser support per HTML5/CSS3 feature. Each browser is represented with a tile on the bar and gets an equal width of space, so if you see a bar that is full, that means that feature...

Ø The HTML5 test

How well does your browser support HTML5? http://html5test.com/ An interesting browser tester that complements nicely findmebyIP....

Ø Steve Jobs’ response on Section 3.3.1

“Crappy developers will make crappy apps regardless of how many layers there are”

Ø Life in Perpetual Beta


About

Hello, my name is David Roessli. I am a freelance web designer and developer based in Geneva, Switzerland.

This weblog is an nth attempt to solve my multiple online personalities and weblog/rss feeds burnout issues. (more)

Words

I have been contemplating the idea of upgrading my desktop Mac since this spring. The latest 27" iMac (Quad-Core) seemed the perfect candidate, but the release of Apple's 27" Monitor last September made me stick with the Mac Pro...

Music

The autopsy of an iconic album cover picked up on Kottke.org. A stacked graph of successive radio signals from pulsar CP 1919, in a 1977 astronomy encyclopedia that originated in a 1970 Ph.D. thesis. Fascinating <3...

Pictures

Check out my latest Flickr ramblings. Mostly day to day cameraphone pictures stolen here and there.


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