When I was 14, my parents bought me a computer. I remember connecting to the Internet and being struck with intense curiosity as to how it all worked. I became obsessed with looking at the source code of webpages and trying to understand what it meant. In my efforts to learn the ways of the(…)
Interesting look on how some of the top WordPress sites handle millions of visitors a month.
Very nice article on some of the nicer features of the WebKit Inspector.
Type in “zerg rush” in Google. Enjoy.
Tom Giannattasio of Smashing Magazine shows how he used SVG and CSS 3D transforms to make a cool 3D flip book.
It’s April Fools’ Day, and this is the Internet. You know the drill.
Oh StackOverflow, I’m so glad this question isn’t real.
Want to know how to crash all versions of Internet Explorer in one easy step?
At the 2012 Canadian University Software Engineering Conference in Montreal, Bret Victor gave a talk titled “Inventing on Principle,” where he explained how media creation tools can be re-imagined to better connect creators with their creations.
You can subscribe to a YouTube channel’s RSS feed using your favorite news reader or podcast manager. Google hides this functionality, but once you find it, it’s actually very easy to use.
Web developers are playing favorites, making websites exclusively for iPhone or Safari or Chrome. Now, other browsers want to fight back by pretending to be those browsers. This is not good.
Microsoft really hates Google.
Wow, how did I miss this?! Nintendo released Hyrule Historia, an anthology for the Legend of Zelda to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The book contains a lot of artwork, as well as a timeline of how all the Zelda games fit together! So far, the book was released only in Japan, but thankfully there are some(…)