Here are the links that I’ve recently saved to Ma.gnolia.
George Friedman, found of Stratfor has begun blogging.
“I thought it would be nice to go over Fitts’s Law, a staple in the HCI diet, with a few visuals to explain both the concept and why it’s ideas are a bit more complicated than most would have you believe.”
Minnesota Public Radio has posted a candidate quiz, meant to “find out which candidates are most aligned with your views and opinions…This quiz is not meant to pick your candidate for you. It is designed to inform the public of the various stances candidates make.”
“I put together this list of my favorite figure drawing, sketching and anatomy books for fellow artists and student friends. You can download any and all of these books for free. I hope you’ll find them useful.”
List of WP function, constants etc for WordPress.
“Images have been selected from the following anatomical atlases in the National Library of Medicine’s collection. Each atlas is linked to a brief Author & Title Description, which offers an historical discussion of the work, its author, the artists, and the illustration technique.”
“So I want two things from a text sizing method: that it present my choice across the main browsers, but still be resizeable to respect people’s needs and different hardware.”
“This blog is meant to celebrate quality concept and design in the creative
A nice write-up of styling a calendar via CSS, which provides a few tips about implementing accessibility.
An accessible calendar is created using several techniques. Here we will discuss the most important technique of using table headers. We have also included some valuable
code for quickly adding an accessible calendar to your site.
“Catalog, organize, and share your videos, books, music, software, and video games. Access and view your Amazon.com digital purchases and bonus materials.”
“Put in too much time at the virtual office and you’ll start making mistakes, stop enjoying your work, alienate your friends and family, and ultimately burn out.”