18th January 2012

Post reblogged from I Still Shoot Film with 53 notes

On my way back to the States…

istillshootfilm:

I’m so excited for my first real Halloween in almost 8 years!!

18th January 2012

Link reblogged from 5by5 News with 32 notes

5by5 News: New Features of the 5by5 Website →

5by5studios:

The new year brings a lot of new things. Not only will 5by5 have new shows, but we also added new features to the website as well.

Upcoming Episodes

On the home page, you will find “Upcoming Episodes” underneath the “Broadcasts” section. There you will find a list of the upcoming episodes for…

18th January 2012

Video reblogged from IKEA Heights with 170 notes

ikeaheights:

Ikea Heights (Episode 1)

Pilot episode of the melodrama created for Channel101.com

18th January 2012

Link reblogged from Gloss & Gradients with 22 notes

Gloss & Gradients: Designing Intuitive Toolbar Icons for Mobile Interfaces by Considering Context and Metaphor Redundancy →

taylorcarrigan:

Toolbar icons without labels are incredibly common in the mobile interfaces of today—and understandably so—the limited screen size1 of mobile devices means that the simplification and focus of interface controls is of the utmost importance. Because of this, the icon metaphors we as designers…

18th January 2012

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: HELP WE'RE IN GRAINGE DANGER (That's a pun) →

jamsponge:

After being repeatedly asked what it was that actually transpired at last night’s Gaming Media Awards, I figured it would be easiest to simply whack it up here.

Grainger Games - a retail company mainly based in the North of England – decided they fancied the idea of getting closer to the…

18th January 2012

Link reblogged from ARL Policy Notes with 22 notes

Some Tough Love for Authors →

arlpolicynotes:

Rick Anderson makes two very important points:

  • Within legal limits, it’s not up to you how people use your work, and

  • It’s the law, not the copyright holder, that determines what uses can be made of a copyrighted work.

18th January 2012

Photo reblogged from The Daily with 335 notes

thedailyfeed:

This giant 8-foot-tall Lego man mysteriously washed up on the beach in Siesta Key Village, Fla., yesterday, and apparently he wants to learn the ways of “our world.”

On the chest of the larger-than-life toy are the enigmatic words: “No real than you are.” According to his Dutch website, the Lego man is named “Ego Leonard,” he is from the “virtual world” and is “curious about your way of life.”

Similar Lego men also washed up on the shores of Holland in 2007 and England in 2008.

thedailyfeed:

This giant 8-foot-tall Lego man mysteriously washed up on the beach in Siesta Key Village, Fla., yesterday, and apparently he wants to learn the ways of “our world.”

On the chest of the larger-than-life toy are the enigmatic words: “No real than you are.” According to his Dutch website, the Lego man is named “Ego Leonard,” he is from the “virtual world” and is “curious about your way of life.”

Similar Lego men also washed up on the shores of Holland in 2007 and England in 2008.

18th January 2012

Link reblogged from The Changelog with 807 notes

Episode 0.6.2 - IronJS with Fredrik Holmström →

thechangelog:

Wynn caught up with Fredrik Holmström to talk about IronJS, F#, and open source in .NET.

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18th January 2012

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decodering:

Transition Timing Functions
This article follows on from the related article on Animation using CSS Transforms and  investigates the transition-duration and  transition-timing-function properties which control,  respectively, the duration and speed at which a transition is carried  out.

decodering:

Transition Timing Functions

This article follows on from the related article on Animation using CSS Transforms and investigates the transition-duration and transition-timing-function properties which control, respectively, the duration and speed at which a transition is carried out.

18th January 2012

Post reblogged from ELLETRICITY.COM with 4 notes

Lucida Grande

elleanswers:

This is the font I use for the Poppy and Polychrome themes. If your font is showing up as Times New Roman, you most likely do not have this font installed. If you would like the font, you can download it for free here.

For Windows: Follow the instructions here to install fonts.

For Macs: Just double click the icon of the font. A window should pop up with a preview of the font and an Install button (bottom right corner). Click on that.