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To celebrate YouTube’s milestone of having one hour of video uploaded ever second they launch One Hour Per Second filled with hilarious collection of facts, animations and sound effects to help break it down into terms we all can understand.
In 7 minutes of uploads to YouTube, the Nyan cat persists in saying “Nyan” over 6,048,000 times.
Thanks for the link Jess
Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.
Typically I’m not a huge fan of development frameworks like this one, but digging into it there seems to be quite a few things to learn. Another framework worth looking into is the responsive Skeleton that comes from one of Twitter’s designers Dave Gamache (also on Tumblr).
Overlay your design comp on the HTML and CSS build to make sure your site is pixel perfect.
Guillermo Esteves just secured his spot in the geek kingdom with his recreation of the Star Wars Episode IV opening crawl using only HTML & CSS. The only downside is it requires Safari 4.0.4 to work correctly.
I’m done: Star Wars opening crawl, using only HTML & CSS. Caveats: It only works in Snow Leopard in Safari 4.0.4 and the WebKit nightly. Nothing else supports the CSS 3D transforms and animations I used, but I just wanted to see if it could be done.