Mese: novembre 2009

Segnalibri: 30 novembre 2009

Who invented the spacer.gif? I got an email from David Siegel himself, where he confirms that he invented the spacer.GIF technique. The Media Equation – For Media, a Sunset Is Followed Quickly by a Sunrise – NYTimes.com Tiny netbooks and iPhones, which serve as portals to the cloud, contain more informational firepower than entire newsrooms […]

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Segnalibri: 26 novembre 2009 – 27 novembre 2009

Smashing Magazine Killed The Community (Or Maybe It Was Me)The web design community is split into two sides: 1. loves to view every single list article there is 2. hates that list articles were ever invented. I fall into both camps because to me some list articles do serve a purpose, but when we start […]

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Segnalibri: 23 novembre 2009 – 25 novembre 2009

Stop designing websites, start designing posters « BoagworldA new generation of websites are emerging that look less like websites and more like posters. They are easy to use, visually engaging and most of all different. Which is more useful? Google’s links or the actual home page? – (37signals)It’s interesting how many of Google’s expanded listings […]

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Segnalibri: 18 novembre 2009 – 20 novembre 2009

"Streams of Content, Limited Attention: The Flow of Information through Social Media"For the longest time, we have focused on sites of information as a destination, of accessing information as a process, of producing information as a task. What happens when all of this changes? Daring Fireball: The OS OpportunityThere are massive business markets where Windows […]

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Segnalibri: 17 novembre 2009 – 18 novembre 2009

Typography on the Web: Questions for Jeffrey Zeldman—Part 1The difficulty has to do with the fear of piracy. Thus, while modern versions of Safari, Firefox, and Opera all support @font-face embedding of TrueType and OpenType fonts, Microsoft's Internet Explorer only supports @font-face embedding of Embedded OpenType (.EOT), a format that embeds fonts on the page […]

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Segnalibri: 13 novembre 2009 – 16 novembre 2009

The Berlin Wall, 20 years gone – The Big Picture – Boston.comTwenty years ago, on the night of November 9, 1989, following weeks of pro-democracy protests, East German authorities suddenly opened their border to West Germany. Una morte "percepita" – Treccani PortaleA essere in pericolo non è il congiuntivo, bensì il dovere del dubbio, la […]

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Segnalibri: 9 novembre 2009 – 13 novembre 2009

5 Simple, But Useful CSS PropertiesOld CSS2 properties such as: clip, min-height, white-space, cursor, and display that are widely supported by all browsers. Condannati a una mediazione – Tecnologia – Repubblica.itLa guerra è cominciata, violentissima, non inattesa. Ddl Finanziaria, riforma approvata ma il governo va sotto due volte – economia – Repubblica.it Structured Meaning in […]

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Segnalibri: 5 novembre 2009 – 7 novembre 2009

Font SquirrelHandpicked free fonts for graphic designers with commercial-use licenses. css Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS DesignThe Nerw Road to Enlightenment. Design View / Andy Rutledge – How Well Do You Understand Design?In order to help spark a bit of interest in fundamentals and/or inspiration for readers (I hope) I’ve put together a little […]

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Segnalibri: 1 novembre 2009 – 4 novembre 2009

Mike Davidson – Lessons From The Roundabout SEO TestThe Google Vacuum Tests. Google SEO Test – Google Prefers Valid HTML & CSS | HoboWell we’ve started to get some results in from our qualitative Google SEO Mythbuster Test #1 (Does Google Like Valid Code?) and the results we have….is yes! Is the link economy of […]

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