In this week’s link round-up, we bring you the reasoning behind Typekit’s font-loading strategy, two new CSS grid systems, a fantastic mash-up of Peanuts with Jaws, and the story of a woman ejected from a Houston bar for tweeting something the General Manager didn’t like. Happy reading!
The reasoning behind Typekit’s technical decisions.
A responsive CSS grid system helping desktop and mobile browsers play nicely together. If only I could get past non-semantic class names.
- The Jaws-Peanuts Mashup
Amazing! I hope he does more prints.
CSS-based table layouts for mobile joy.
- Nouriel Roubini on why Karl Marx was right
Quite an interesting read. I can’t say I disagree.
- The Six Week Countdown Begins to Firefox 7
Yet another take on the Firefox upgrade path (with a referenced quote from yours truly).
- Let the Web move you – CSS3 Animations and Transitions
A great write-up, full of helpful advice.
Phone call and SMS alerting for your monitoring systems. This could come in handy.
- AT&T Texting Price Hike Shows Danger of No Wireless Competition
Thanks for the heads-up @TimKarr! Shameful, AT&T.
- Remove Oldest Revisions of a File in Git
This may come in handy for pruning really old nightly MySQL backups.
- Confirmed: iPad 3 will have a retina display
A 2048 x 1536 tablet. Wow. I guess they got the price down.
- Americans Elect 2012 - The first-ever open presidential nomination
What an amazing idea!
- Golden Grid System
Excited to play with this one…
- Sizing with CSS3’s vw and vh units
A great roundup from @snookca.
- Restaurant Ejects Diner for Tweeting While Eating