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iDev Recipes – "Recreate interesting features of iOS apps"
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/27/10

free 'high quality ebooks'

Project Gutenberg
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/26/10

'Why should I care?'

The Open Internet: A Case for Net Neutrality
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/25/10

'no images, no JavaScript'

Pure CSS speech bubbles (demo)
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/23/10
css - design - dev

'dynamic research platform'

eScholarship: University of California
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/22/10

generate and edit favicons

Favicon Generator (ads)
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/19/10

List: Recently Noticed (13)

Posted by joe.jenett on 12/17/10

high grade filler 4u

dinobrain
Dinobrain! High Grade Nonsense
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/14/10

Ageism by Google?

Teach Parents Tech

Every December, millions of tech-savvy young people descend on their homes only to arrive to a long list of tech support issues that their parents need help with. A few of us at Google thought there had to be a better way that would save us all a few hours each December...

Mom and Dad aren't necessarily as dumb as implied in this odd (and somewhat offensive) marketing approach by Google – in many cases, they're the more tech-savvy ones in the family – a little out of touch, in my humble opinion!
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/13/10

web fonts tool

Font comparer
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/12/10

public domain digitization inititative

Open Music Archive
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/11/10

'warm and fuzzy' promo

FirefoxLive.org
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/08/10

hello again - glad to be back

Just to let you know the dailywebthing is back and will resume publishing on a somewhat daily basis. Further information on why we were gone for a while is available at jenett.simply.personal. It's great to see you again.
Posted by joe.jenett on 12/04/10


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