Links from October 2016
- Links for Saturday 1 October 2016
- Deutsch - warum nicht? | DW.COM
- German audio series for learning.
- Links for Tuesday 4 October 2016
- Yeah. Bonkers. (via FaveJet)
- Links for Wednesday 5 October 2016
- MacDown: The open source Markdown editor for OS X.
- "The open source Markdown editor for OS X." Seems nice. (via Infovore)
- Links for Sunday 9 October 2016
- Can we stop bad-mouthing CSS in developer talks, please? | Christian Heilmann
- On why CSS is complex and good enough not to deserve being put down by some developers. (via Jeremy Keith)
- No Moods, Ads or Cutesy Fucking Icons » “Humans”? They Weren’t Kidding.
- On why 'Humans' season one wasn't that good. I mostly enjoyed it at the time but all this is true.
- Links for Monday 10 October 2016
- Portfolios – Mark Hurrell | Lecture In Progress
- Sounds like good advice on creating a good design portfolio.
- Links for Wednesday 12 October 2016
- I'm Google
- Lovely Tumblr of photographs, each one similar to the previous, but slightly different, gradually changing.
- Links for Monday 17 October 2016
- CSS ICON -- project by Wenting Zhang
- Icons drawn only with CSS, and very easy to copy. A bit ugly, but maybe a good inspiration for better... (via @simonw)
- MWeb - Pro Markdown writing, note taking and static blog generator App - MWeb
- Sounds like a nice thing. Haven't tried it. (via @gilest)
- Unique Property Bulletin | Unique Property For Unique People
- Lots of amazing property for sale in the UK… islands, forts, windmills, water towers, manor houses, etc.
- Grand Designs For Sale | Buildings From Kevin McCloud's Iconic Television Series
- By the Unique Property Bulletin people, keeping track of which Grand Designs have sold, and when.
- Links for Monday 24 October 2016
- UK Finance Detailed Flowchart : UKPersonalFinance
- Attempting to create a flowchart for deciding how to pay debts and/or save. Its hard to make this stuff both simple and general.
- Networks Land
- "A collection of educational activities and material explaining how the internet works ... The activities are designed to mostly take place offline using physical objects, field trips, and games."
- Links for Tuesday 25 October 2016
- AWS Git-backed Static Website · Alestic.com
- This is clever and bonkers. Why on earth would you run a static website like this unless you understood all of that? What do you do if something in that tangle stops working? Good luck!
- Open Infrastructure Map
- This is nice.
- Rocket—Slack-style emoji everywhere on your Mac
- Makes it easy to type emojis. I'm surprised typing emojis on OS X is such a pain. (via @benhammersley)