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Archive for November 2009
A collection of HTML elements and CSS styling, to test a font’s usefulness on the web. Made by Tim Brown of Nice Web Type fame.
Marvellous. An entire site dedicated to shoelaces.
(Via Put This On.)
Jeremy Keith has a post on a new visual cue he has developed for Huffduffer, to signal a small change. The change is akin to the visual feedback one gets in Super Mario when scoring points, and I must say, it’s quite well-executed.
‘A web series about dressing like a grownup’.
Jesse Thorn and Adam Lisagor have made this wonderful blog and small-scale tv series about how to properly dress yourself. The first episode (published 2 November) is about denim, and is very well-done. The blog is well-written, and whilst I don’t agree with all the advice (a tweed vest? No thanks), most of the advice is pretty sound.
(Also, they’re looking for funding to continue the series. Yes, I am considering turning this into a Kickstarter promotion blog.)