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Archives for June 2012
“A reworking of the first two examples of “The Cicada Principle and Why It Matters to Web Designers” using CSS gradients. “
“Want to look more photogenic or photograph people looking more photogenic? Peter Hurley explains how he accentuates the jawline of his clients with a few simple tips that you’ll want to add to your repertoire for quick use whenever you have a human being in front of your camera.”
Free for both personal and commercial use. Nice.
Looks like a great improvement over the old solar panels.
This page tests “whether today’s browsers will download stylesheets that are referenced with media queries that would not apply on that browser or device.”
Thee appears to be a lot of download overhead with media queries using link elements.
“How did the mobile phone industry get disrupted?”