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3 February 2012

Links

  1. Adactio: Journal—Image-y nation

    One way to do responsive images on web pages for different-sized devices which is very reminiscent of the old LOWSRC images which I’ve been thinking about recently. (via Infovore)

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @antimega I’ve still got the second two waiting to be watched. Great stuff.

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    @antimega I'm not saying *every* programme needs to be like reading a dense, thoughtful, intelligent book for educated adults :)

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    @wesayso @edwardkay They're always so shallow, and assume I know nothing, quite aside from the slowness and padding. Ah well.

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    Giving up. So many TV documentaries, even on BBC 4, are like reading a childrens' book. Quite slowly.

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    Watching BBC4 doc on military logistics. TV history shows are so padded out. First 3.5 mins was about what the show was going to be about.

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    @matthew_goddard The only automatable thing about it is [close currently open tag]. Anyway, it’s vim all the way these days!

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    Spent the day laboriously hand-HTMLing 20,000 words of footnoted 17th century text. And it’s not even the Diary. Stupid completer-finisher.

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    In the office, playing your jams. Risky.