- danw: @ethan_rose @dylanbland Possibly my favourite BMW of their current lineup.
- danw: @ethan_rose @dylanbland Those things are beasts! (In a good way)
- danw: RT @vendhq: Stoked to win Hi Tech Exporter of the year (under $5m). Huge congrats to our friends at @xero on scooping the $5m+ award ^NH #h…
- danw: RT @idealogmag: Hi-tech exporter of the year (<$5 million) goes to @vendhq . Goes nicely with that $8 million #hta13 http://t.co/tkygXIRf…
- danw: RT @PwC_NZ: Want to know who the finalists are for tonight's @NZHiTechAwards? Here's a list: http://t.co/YgBIiBAMZJ #HTA13
- Tumblr Kit
- On the patio. Happy New Year! (Taken with picplz.)
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- Happy birthday, Laura! (Taken with picplz.)
- Espada! hotvvheels: Fastback Friday
- chromjuwelen: (via absolutely perfect picture)
- sneak: I made this simple site for a side-project called...
- hotvvheels: TZ3 Stradale
- chromjuwelen: 1970 Bertone Lancia Stratos Zero (via...
- wellisntthatnice: The epitome of class. Mercedes W111 Coupe.
- Coleman Hawkins – Body and Soul
- Herbie Hancock – Cantaloupe Island
- The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Strange Meadow Lark
- John Coltrane – Blue Train - Enhanced CD Version;1997 Digital Remaster
- Bill Withers – Who Is He? (And What Is He To You?)
- John Coltrane Quartet – What's New
- Thelonious Monk – Straight, No Chaser
- Django Reinhardt – Django's Tiger - .
- Billie Holiday – The Very Thought of You
- Bill Evans – B Minor Waltz - For Ellaine Remastered Album Version
- The genesis of Virgin Atlantic
- Mobile First (the book) Now Available!
- SHOWREEL MMXI | THE WARNING
- Follow That Requirement
- RIP Steve Jobs. A classic photo of the man and his BMW.
- Ellis Residence
- The physics of the riderless bike
- BMW. Low. (via Chromjuwelen)
- Tom Selleck's moustache makes every movie better
- OpenLayers Editor Released
- XML Schema Validator
- DevOps DNS for Developers – Now There’s No Excuse Not To Know - Diary Of A Ninja
- Flickriver: Most interesting photos from VW Dune Buggies pool
- Sitting is Killing You
- 4011 2-input NAND gates
- Remove Line Breaks - Delete Carriage Returns & Remove Double Spaces
- The almost-vanished village near Chernobyl
- timeago: a jQuery plugin
- Slides: Team Leadership In the Age of Agile - Elastic Team Leadership in Software - 5 Whys
- txt2re: headache relief for programmers :: regular expression generator
- timeago: a jQuery plugin
- Javelin (JS)
- computed style: Hiring Front-End Engineers
- YUI Theater — “YUIConf 2010 Panel Discussion: The Future of Frontend Engineering” (79 min.) » Yahoo! User Interface Blog (YUIBlog)
- evercookie - virtually irrevocable persistent cookies
- Five Useful CSS/jQuery Coding Techniques For More Dynamic Websites
- jQuery Deconstructed
- Seven Must-See Videos and Presentations for Web App Developers - Smashing Magazine
- Organize jQuery Widgets with jQuery.Controller
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Category Archives: User Interface
At work, we have what we call our module library, which is an interface with which to browse (and edit) the snippets of code and style (we call them modules) that we use to make up our site. They’re not … Continue reading
The Challenge I’ve got this friend who is responsible for a corporate front-end web environment with almost a dozen browser-facing web applications. Pretty much all he can do at the moment is change static content in the antiquated and wildly … Continue reading
At work, we’re trying to get the most value from our site’s visitor statistics. We’ve been using both Nielsen//NetRatings and Google Analytics for a while now and these tools are great. Just a month or so ago, we added Crazy … Continue reading
I followed a link to Jeff Atwood’s Coding Horror and immediately realised that there was something different about this site. Calibri. I hadn’t noticed any web sites using the new suite of fonts that ship with Office 2007 until now. … Continue reading
So I’m coding a form and I want the user to be able to add more rows to it, if they wish. So when the user activates a control, I use JS to create some ‘input’ elements (including some radio … Continue reading
So we hire a new guy at work and on his first day (that’s today) he brings his Apple iPhone. Barely containing the drool, I had a quick play with it and took a few photos for your viewing pleasure.
So I thought I’d figure out how many social networking applications I had accounts with. I was surprised when I saw just how many I was signed up to. Virb° The best layout/presentation/customisation by far. Profile customisation is amazing &emdash; … Continue reading
Jeffery Zeldman writes that email is not a platform for design. I totally agree, and am pleased that someone with clout is saying so. I know I’m more developer than designer, the medium that is email was never intended to … Continue reading