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Great introduction to Node.js and event-driven JavaScript programming: http://bit.ly/cUugSo #tv

Great introduction to Node.js and event-driven JavaScript programming: http://bit.ly/cUugSo #tv

in Web Designer Wall

CSS3 Rounded Image With jQuery

The other day I was trying to style CSS3 border-radius to image element and I realized that Firefox doesn’t display border-radius on images.

in Six Revisions

PSD/HTML Conversion: Code a Clean Business Website Design

In this PSD/HTML conversion tutorial, we will take a PSD web design template that I showed you how to construct in a previous tutorial and turn it into a functional HTML/CSS template.

This is the

in Dezeen

Chairs by Guido Garotti

Sheffield Institute of Arts graduate Guido Garotti will present a series of chairs at New Designers in London next week.

in Dezeen

Norman Foster interviewed by Jonathan Glancey - Guardian

Dezeenwire: Jonathan Glancey interviews architect Norman Foster as he turns 75 – Guardian

in Dr. Web

Facebook Anwendungen mit PHP - Am Anfang steht FBML

-->Um Facebook-Plugins für WordPress ging es hier in punkto Anwendungsentwicklung schon öfter.

in Dezeen

Sessantuna by Gaetano Pesce for Cassina

Dezeen promotion: the first of Gaetano Pesce’s series of 61 unique tables for Cassina, which together form a map of Italy, is to be auctioned at Phillips de Pury in London today.

in magCulture

Overmatter

The President have signed up to publish a magazine for Argentinian football team Boca Juniors.

in SeptemberIndustry

Parent – New Website

Design Parent
Parent, is a brand, strategy and communication design agency. A small, focused, creative boutique, providing the very best creative solutions for our clients.

in SeptemberIndustry

Method 10×10: Edition 4

10×10 series Publication
Design Method
“Marshall McLuhan famously said, “First we shape our tools, thereafter they shape us.” The way we live is being dramatically reshaped by our mo

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Preparing Ground: An Interview with Anuradha Mathur + Dilip da Cunha

On Places, an interview with landscape architects Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, focusing on projects from the Mississippi to Mumbai. 

in swissmiss

#guiltyofabusinghashtags

I am totally guilty of abusing #hashtags on twitter and more recently on my blog. Yes, I somewhat started a personal hashtag obsession. I keep wanting to use them while talking to friends.

in Wired

'Batwoman: Elegy' Balances Surreal Suspense, Sexual Politics

DC Comics' high-profile alternate-sexuality superhero lands her first hardcover with Batwoman: Elegy, out Wednesday.

in Wired

How Microsoft Crowdsourced the Making of Office 2010

A behind-the-scenes look at how Microsoft crowdsourced customer feedback to create Office 2010.

in Wired

Found: Medical Bills From the Future

With the passage of health care reform and the dawning ubiquity of tablets and smartphones, it's possible you'll never need that accordion file holder ever again.

in Wired

Found Contest: Imagine the Future of Dive Bars

What will a downscale tavern of 2030 look like? What will barflies of the future look like, and how will they attract romantic partners? You tell us.

in Wired

Deliver Bad News in a Good Way

Learn to take advantage of the "silver-lining" principle: When you separate a small gain from a large loss, it makes the loss seem less painful.

in Wired

10 Great Racetracks as Seen From Space

View 10 classic auto tracks and urban loops from high above Earth.

in Dezeen

Melkwegbridge by NEXT Architects and Rietveld Landscape

We’ve got a thing for criss-crossing bridges at the moment so here’s another one, this time designed by NEXT Architects and Rietveld Landscape for Amsterdam.

in Wired

Coder Uses Foursquare Privacy Hole to Capture 875,000 Check-Ins

The popular location-data-reporting service Foursquare was publishing users' locations publicly even when the info was intended only for friends.

in swissmiss

MenuPad

I wonder what our upcoming CreativeMornings speaker Rolf Hiltl thinks of this idea of using iPads in a restaurant as the menu and to put in your order.

(via @roitsch)

in Boagworld

Fight the system.

Do you work as part of an in-house web team? Are there days when even superman would fail to overcome the politics and bureaucracy?

in Six Revisions

250 Quick Web Design Tips (Part 1)

As web professionals, we’re always looking for ways to improve our knowledge and skills.

in Dezeen

Axor Bouroullec by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec have designed a bathroom collection for German brand Axor.

in Dezeen

CDSea by Bruce Munro

Designer Bruce Munro has laid out 600,000 CDs on the grass in a Wiltshire field in the UK.

in Dezeen

Minimal Work Station by Fredrik Paulsen

Product design graduate Fredrik Paulsen presents this tiny table for working from home at the Royal College of Art in London this week.

in Dezeen

Nicolas Hayek 1928-2010

Dezeenwire: Nicolas Hayek, founder and chairman of Swiss watch company Swatch Group, has died in Biel, Switzerland, aged 82 - New York Times

in Dr. Web

Webdesign-Trends auf Sport-Websites

-->Als Webworker sehen Sie tagein, tagaus sehr viel mehr oder weniger gutes Webdesign, und schauen, wie's die anderen machen.

in Dezeen

West Buckland School by Rundell Associates

London firm Rundell Associates have completed this new art and design department at a secondary school in Devon, UK.

in Slashdot

King's Quest Fan Project The Silver Lining Is Back

LoTonah writes "After eight years of development and a Cease & Desist from Vivendi, King's Quest fan project The Silver Lining is back in action.

in Slashdot

Magento 1.3 Sales Tactics Cookbook

Dmitry Dulepov writes "Magento is a very popular open source e-commerce platform. It was created by the company named Varien in 2007.

in Slashdot

iOS Update May Tackle iPhone 4's Antenna Problems

DJRumpy was one of several readers to point out rumors that Apple will soon be deploying an update to iOS 4 to combat the iPhone 4 antenna problems we discussed last week.

in Slashdot

Supreme Court Throws Out Bilski Patent

ciaran_o_riordan writes "The US Supreme Court has finally decided the Bilski case (PDF).

in Slashdot

Obama To Nearly Double the Available Broadband Wireless Spectrum

suraj.sun tips news that the Obama administration announced today plans to free up roughly 500MHz of the wireless spectrum for commercial broadband.

in Slashdot

Leaked MS Presentation Shows App Store Plans For Windows 8

FrankNFurter sends word of an internal Microsoft presentation leaked online today that contains details about Windows 8.

in Slashdot

New Messenger Has Same Old, Gaping Privacy Holes

An anonymous reader writes "Microsoft released the beta of the new 'Wave 4' Windows Live Essentials last week.

in Slashdot

Mozilla Updates Firefox To Appease FarmVille Users

CWmike writes "Just three days after adding plug-in crash protection to Firefox, Mozilla rushed out another release because people playing FarmVille on Facebook complained that their browser was shutt

in Slashdot

US Space Policy Update Urges International Cooperation

eldavojohn writes "The recent shift in NASA's spaceflight goals has caused great stress in the space community and those related to efforts in space.

in Slashdot

Porn Industry Ready To Drop Flash

An anonymous reader writes "Here's an interesting new angle to the ongoing Flash-HTML5 debate.

in Slashdot

Science Historian Deciphers Plato's Code

Reader eldavojohn tips the news of a researcher in the UK, Jay Kennedy, who has uncovered a hidden code in the writings of Plato. From the University of Manchester press release: "[Dr.

in Slashdot

ESA's GOCE Satellite Provides Gravity Map of Earth

kaulike writes "The European Space Agency's GOCE satellite, launched in March 2009, has provided a spectacular, highly detailed map of our favorite gravity well.

in Slashdot

Tattoos For the Math and Science Geek?

An anonymous reader writes "I've been thinking of getting a sleeve of math and science tattoos for quite a while now.

in Slashdot

Google Bringing HTML5 To Gmail

angry tapir writes "In keeping with Google's enthusiasm for the emerging HTML5 standard, many upcoming features of the company's Gmail Web-based e-mail service will be rendered in HTML5.

in Slashdot

Believing You Are Very Good Or Evil Boosts Your Physical Capabilities

Research by Kurt Gray, a doctoral student in psychology at Harvard, shows that a person's capacity for willpower and physical endurance increases if they perceive themselves as good or evil.

in thinkvitamin

Great free tool for website owners: http://launchlist.net #tv

Great free tool for website owners: http://launchlist.net #tv

in swissmiss

weiners are hilarious

Chris Glass‘ studiomate Tom humorous approach of launching his letterpress career: weiners are hilarious
Which reminds me of Brooks Stevens’ quote: “There is nothing more aerodynami

in swissmiss

Freitag WYSS

Oh, hello there, RO99 WYSS, beauty of a Freitag bag. How are you today?
#wishlisted

in Experience Matters

Let’s Get Down to (Content Strategy) Business

DJ Francis | Critical Mass Chicago
“Content strategy is brand new and we’ve been doing it for 15 years.”
-Kristina Halvorson
This was the seminal quote from†the Web Content 20

in swissmiss

COOL BEANS™

What better is there on a hot summer day than a Ice Coffee? Well, there’s Ice Coffee and there’s Ice Coffee.

in swissmiss

What are you?

Made me chuckle. Couldn’t make up my mind yet which category I belong to. (Tempted to redo this graphic with a less painful font choice)
Found this over on Red’s photostream.

in swissmiss

Felt iPad Case

I keep coming back to this iPad Felt Case and am tempted to hit the purachse button. I own the original Apple iPad Case and while it is superpractical I miss holding/handling the iPad sans case.

in swissmiss

Wanted: CreativeMornings co-sponsor

I am currently looking to find a co-sponsor for the upcoming CreativeMornings on July 9th with Rolf Hiltl at the Swiss National Museum in Zurich, Switzerland.

in swissmiss

One Village Coffee

Greg of Able pointed to one of their most recent projects, a Coffee Packaging design: “One of our goals was to package the sentiments of “a village” into a customer experience.

in Six Revisions

The Key to Successful Collaboration

Clients and stakeholders — every project has them, and as much as some designers love to hate them, we need to ensure that we can work constructively with them.
The better we can work with our clie

in swissmiss

The LEGO® Store

New York City just got a little bit more colorful and playful: LEGO opened it’s first retail store in NYC and I can not wait to take our little Ella there.

in magCulture

The Green Soccer Journal

Thankfully we English can still mix it with the Germans in terms of independent football magazines if not in the sport itself.

in Boagworld

Don’t do it alone

Whether we you are a freelancer, owner of a small agency or run a website single handedly, too many of us work alone.