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- OriDomi - origami for the web
- Type Rendering Mix
Another good ol' rant from Tom. It's a bit extreme but the underlying lamentation with the abandonment of progressive enhancement is well founded.
- Toward A People Focused Mobile Communication Experience - Tantek
Some good brainstorming from Tantek that follows on nicely from [Anna's recent manifesto](http://the-pastry-box-project.net/anne-van-kesteren/2013-december-2/).
- Dinosaurs! WTF?
A blog covering the conservative dinosaur readiness movement.
- Hackfarm- One Week, a Dozen Projects, 20 "Lefties"
Ant--the latest super-smart addition to the Clearleft team--describes this year's Hackfarm, which happened a couple of weeks ago. It was Ant's first week. Or, as he described it when we were wrapping up all the hacking, "Best first week at a job ever!"
- An Hour of Code spawns hours of coding
Here's a heartwarming tale. It starts out as a description of processing.js project for Code Club (which is already a great story) and then morphs into a description of how anyone can contribute to make a codebase better ...resulting in [a lovely pull request on Github](https://github.com/scottgarner/Processing-Hour-Of-Code/pull/63).
- Poll Results: "Sites" vs "Apps" | CSS-Tricks
- Benefits of using Open Source Drupal CMS, grab the Opportunity to join ...
- Chloe Weil — Hipster
Chloe is going all in on the Indie Web. Here, she outlines how she's posting to Twitter from her own site with a POSSE system (Post to Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere).
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