It’d be fun to make these in the smoker as an alternative to the oven. Either way, they look amazing. via @seriouseats
Archives for April 2011
“This 7 page comic book explains in detail and with pictures how to make a good solder connection, and the bits and pieces of knowledge surrounding this that you need to for an electronics project.”
An iPhone-optimized site that lists recipes for every drink consumed by James Bond, sorted by film.
This is quite possibly the most useful feature of CSS3, but I’ve heard almost nothing about it, and sadly cross-browser support is likely a long way off.
Place test on a path via CSS – one of the last major steps to move beyond using images for fancy text treatments.
Great inline examples.
A brilliant way to provide the illusion of a random background using prime numbers and multiple background images. I love it.
A ” sixteen color palette (eight monotones, eight accent colors) designed for use with terminal and gui applications…[designed] with both precise CIELAB lightness relationships and a refined set of hues based on fixed color wheel relationships. It has been tested extensively in real world use on color calibrated displays (as well as uncalibrated/intentionally miscalibrated displays) and in a variety of lighting conditions.”
A bookmarklet that tells you what font is being used on a Web page when you hover over the text.
Get a dynamic background grid image simply by using their URL as the background for a site you’re building. Very handy.
A project to recreate Wu-Tang album art in the classic Blue Note style. via @photomatt
Awesome plugin for Photoshop that sets up guides along midpoints and makes it easy to create rows and columns. Even cooler, you can run it based off of a selection in addition to running it on the document as a whole.
“Page Speed Online analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster. “