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June 2014

May 2014

Sprite CSS Generator — a script plugin for Adobe Illustrator

by sbrothier
control your sprites through a nice palette window simply change, rearrange and expand your sprites save your sprites including their settings within your Adobe Illustrator document and reuse/readjust it whenever you want to create multiple sprites in one single Adobe Illustrator document full control of positioning your graphics “Sprite CSS Generator” generates the entire sprite CSS code for you — just copy the code into your CSS file support of SVG, because it’s made for Adobe Illustrator “Sprite CSS Generator” optionally adds CSS code for fallback images export your graphics only once, instead of uploading, combining and rerendering the images with a loss of quality for many people, Adobe Illustrator is the best choice for designing websites, even if there is no perfect app for that

Kill The Hamburger Button | TechCrunch

by sbrothier
That little three-lined button is the devil. Whether you call it a side menu, navigation drawer, or a hamburger, hiding your features off-screen behind a nondescript icon in the corner is usually a poor mobile design choice. Interaction theory, A/B tests, and the evolution of some of the top apps in the world all support the same thesis: The hamburger button is bad for engagement, and you should probably replace it with a tab bar or other navigation scheme.

Le tool-book » NellyRodiLab

by sbrothier
Quand certains parient sur la fin des livres, d’autres préfèrent leur donner une nouvelle fonction ; alors, les pages ne deviennent plus le support des mots mais se transforment en objet utilitaire. Water is Life lui a même donné une fonction de premier ordre : avec ses pages qui ont la capacité de filtrer l’eau non potable, son ‘Drinkable Manuel’ peut rendre l’eau consommable pour quelques euros.

Basics of CSS Blend Modes | CSS-Tricks

by sbrothier
Bennett Feely has been doing a good job of showing people the glory of CSS blend modes. There are lots of designerly effects that we're used to seeing in static designs (thanks to Photoshop) that we don't see on the web much, with dynamic content. But that will change as CSS blend modes get more support. I'd like to look at the different ways of doing it, since it's not exactly cut and dry.

Apps/Tomboy/PluginList - GNOME Wiki!

by sylvainulg
blogspot export, graph rendering, copy to wiki formats ... no picture/sketch support ?

April 2014

March 2014

Digital humanities

by moby
Support de la formation "Digital humanities - Humanités numériques" organisée par l’URFIST de Paris le 28/06/2013

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by hello & 1 other
This project is to support nomadic concert club Cave12 by doing posters for each concert they organise. Their dense and courageous program provides safe place for the fragile ecosystem of experimental music. All those posters are drawn with inkscape, an open source vector drawing application.

Future Timeline | Technology | Singularity | 2020 | 2050 | 2100 | 2150 | 2200 | 21st century | 22nd century | 23rd century | Humanity | Predictions | Events

by NiMe & 1 other
Welcome to the future! Below, you will find a speculative timeline of future history. Part fact and part fiction, the timeline is based on detailed research that includes analysis of current trends, long-term environmental changes, advances in technology such as Moore's Law, future medical breakthroughs, the evolving geopolitical landscape and more. Where possible, references have been provided to support the predictions. We also have a blog covering the latest news and breakthroughs. FutureTimeline is an ongoing, collaborative project that is open for discussion – we welcome ideas from scientists, futurists, inventors, writers and anyone else interested in future trends.

Future Timeline | Technology | Singularity | 2020 | 2050 | 2100 | 2150 | 2200 | 21st century | 22nd century | 23rd century | Humanity | Predictions | Events

by sbrothier & 1 other
Welcome to the future! Below, you will find a speculative timeline of future history. Part fact and part fiction, the timeline is based on detailed research that includes analysis of current trends, long-term environmental changes, advances in technology such as Moore's Law, future medical breakthroughs, the evolving geopolitical landscape and more. Where possible, references have been provided to support the predictions. We also have a blog covering the latest news and breakthroughs. FutureTimeline is an ongoing, collaborative project that is open for discussion – we welcome ideas from scientists, futurists, inventors, writers and anyone else interested in future trends.

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by ainos & 1 other
This project is to support nomadic concert club Cave12 by doing posters for each concert they organise. Their dense and courageous program provides safe place for the fragile ecosystem of experimental music. All those posters are drawn with inkscape, an open source vector drawing application.

February 2014

Iframe-resizer by davidjbradshaw

by srcmax
Size cross domain iFrames to content with support for window/content resizing, and multiple iFrames.

Quietest Show on Earth

by gregg
The idea was to host a series of intimate acoustic performances in the middle of national parks for tiny audiences of just ten people per show, and then use the content created from these exclusive experiences to raise support for the park system. By collaborating with musicians Andrew Bird and Tift Merritt for the inaugural show, we were able to breathe new life and relevance into this issue.

Google Developers Blog: Google Cloud SQL now Generally Available with an SLA, larger databases up to 500GB, and encryption

by srcmax
Google Cloud SQL is a fully managed MySQL service hosted on Google Cloud Platform, providing a database backbone for applications running on Google App Engine or Google Compute Engine. Today, we are announcing Cloud SQL is generally available (GA), now with: encryption of customer data, a 99.95% uptime SLA, and support for databases up to 500GB in size.

Quietest Show on Earth

by gregg
Check out The Quietest Show on Earth and listen to Andrew Bird and Tift Merritt in a unique music performance in the Mojave Desert – all to celebrate and support America’s national parks.