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- James Bridle — Where You Are
> The GPS system is a monumental network that provides a permanent “YouAreHere” sign hanging in the sky, its signal a constant, synchronised timecode.
- Wearables versus there-ables.
Some interesting thoughts that follow on nicely from Scott Jenson's ideas around just-in-time interactions: > What if the technology was actually already in the room when we got there? Maybe that’s the kind of Internet-of-things that will be more sustainable and will win long-term.
- Using Photoshop in Responsive Workflows - Web Standards Sherpa
A nice summation by Dan of when it makes sense to use a graphic design tool like Photoshop and when it makes sense to use a web browser.
- The Sticky Pagination Fixer
If you insist on having a fixed header on your site, please, please, please add this script to your site. I often use the spacebar to page down so this would be a life-saver.
- Avoiding ‘words to avoid’ | Inside GOV.UK
I love the thinking behind this plugin that highlights the weasel words that politicians are so found of.
- Designing in the Borderlands by Frank Chimero
This is a wonderful piece of writing and thinking from Frank. A wonderful piece of design, then. > A personal view on generalists and trans-media design
- Tobias Frere-Jones: My Kind of Neighborhood
Some sleuthing uncovers an interesting twist in New York's psychogeography: > All of the buildings have been demolished, and in some cases the entire street has since been erased. But a startling picture still emerged: New York once had a neighborhood for typography.
- Meyrin: CERN Terminal Font « optional.is/required
Here's the font that Brian created at the line-mode browser hack day at CERN.
- Dr. Easy on Vimeo
I finally got around to reading Red Men by Matthew De Abaitua recently. It's like Nick Harkaway crossed with Jeff Noon. Here's hoping that this short film will be developed into a full-length feature.
- Creating Style Guides · An A List Apart Article
A great article by Susan on getting started with creating a styleguide for any project. > I’ve seen firsthand how style guides save development time, make communication regarding your front end smoother, and keep both code and design consistent throughout the site.
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