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30 September 2014

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  1. Learning Susy | Zell Liew

    This ($39) book’s good if you’re struggling to get to grips with Susy, the SASS/CSS layout framework. Does a nice job of explaining things in a way that makes more sense than the documentation.

  2. Phil Gyford’s Things

    A snapshot of my earliest home on the web, which I started sometime early 1995. This version from December 1996. The ~fabius section was, in retrospect, an early attempt at blogging, although I didn’t manage much.

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    @holgate For some reason I’d never looked to see if archive.org had a copy of my one-and-only ~ URL web.archive.org/web/1996122214…

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    @Paul_Regan Awww. Maybe you could get some bookplates made to stick in the front of each book, commemorating her?

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    @ntlk Glad it's not just me. Suzy seems to work very differently to others I've tried and my head's not there yet.

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    Devs: Anyone used Susy with SCSS? susy.oddbird.net Sounds great in theory, but I’ve found it pretty baffling. Am I a idiot?

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    @infovore @alicebartlett Hell, I was going to tow <cite>! Maybe I’ll pull a string of <dl>, <dt> and <dd>s.

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    @alicebartlett It’s tonight that we’re swimming the length of the Thames, pulling inflatable models of our favourite HTML tags. cu later!

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    @paulpod That’d be it :) Front-end dev is so complicated these days. I seem to spend a lot of time not writing code.

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    @paulpod Yes… Unless you can automate it using the same process that compiles the sass file? But even then…