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IYHY

6/07/2005 @ 03:42 UTC

Dan Cederholm : IYHY - B. Adam Howell's new service that optimizes sites for mobile devices by stripping away styles, images and other (hopefully) non-essential code. Visit site

Statler & Waldorf: From the Balcony

3/07/2005 @ 06:38 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Statler & Waldorf: From the Balcony - The two muppets review current films (although their voices don't sound quite like the originals). Visit site

This feed is no longer being updated

18/02/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : This feed is no longer being updated - QuickBits are now offered in the master SimpleBits feed: http://www.simplebits.com/xml/rss.xml

SlideShow Pro

14/02/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : SlideShow Pro - Customizable photo gallery goodness from Todd Dominey. Great looking site to go along with it as well.

jimray : SlideShow Pro - Photo Gallery Component for Flash MX 2004 - Very nicely done component by Todd Dominey

iStockphoto interviews Cameron Moll

10/02/2005 @ 07:01 UTC

Dan Cederholm : iStockphoto interviews Cameron Moll - 'I've been wearing Vans since fifth grade, whether or not they were popular at the time.' Excellent. via mezzoblue

A Word Wrapped in Light

10/02/2005 @ 02:07 UTC

Dan Cederholm : A Word Wrapped in Light - John Marstall of Firewheel Design on the visual language of icons. Interesting stuff.

Google Maps

8/02/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Google Maps - Google Maps: just what you think it is

Jason Shellen : Google Maps - Cool maps, from Google. Click and drag is my favorite feature. #

Andy Baio : Google Maps - insanely great UI; it's only missing personalization and better URIs [via]  [via]

doug : Google Maps - Check out Google?s way-cool mapping service in any non-Safari browser. Drag the map around, quick zooming, directions from A to B, beautiful detail, and more? Look out MapQuest.

jkottke : Google Maps is in beta - Safari not supported yet.

Rod Begbie : Google Maps - Another boring "it's been done" problem re-solved in a funky DHTML way by the brains at Google. [via#

Dan Cederholm : Google Maps - Linked from everywhere, but worth it. Hope to see support for Safari, eventually.

Anne van Kesteren : Google Maps - Yay, they use XHTML as text/html! (Too bad they violate section C and such, but whatever.) #

Simon Willison : Google Maps - Very slick, but sadly non functional for Safari uses. (via) [via]

gleuschk : new button on Google Maps: Hybrid - superextramegacool

Pixelfreak tutorial

7/02/2005 @ 08:07 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Pixelfreak tutorial - Great step-by-step instructions for creating isometric pixel art.

Keeping Multiple Macs In Sync

3/02/2005 @ 16:56 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Keeping Multiple Macs In Sync - Or should that be '*NSYNC'? Helpful tips for managing a multi-Mac household from Ethan.

François Nonnenmacher : Keeping multiple Macs in sync

jimray : Keeping multiple Macs in sync - More vindication for ChronoSync

Richard Rutter : Keeping multiple Macs in sync - Synergy, baby, yeah!.

Nesting elements to convey importance

2/02/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

doug : Nesting elements to convey importance - 15 nested em?s alone around the tag ?Diary?? ouch? Tantek addresses the issues with Technorati?s tags page.

Dan Cederholm : Technorati's weighted tags - Tantek on bettering Technorati's weighted tag list markup. Interesting stuff to think about.

Anne van Kesteren : Joe Clark is right - Nested EM elements it is. Sounds exactly like my final paragraph. #

Paul Hammond : Tantek's Thoughts - Joe Clark is right - The closest element I could find in HTML to represent greater "weight" or "importance" was <em>

Very impressive Javacript/DOM store front.

2/02/2005 @ 01:05 UTC

kellan : Very impressive Javacript/DOM store front. - Re-creates the Mac dock in pure HTML/Javascript. #

Simon Willison : PanicGoods - Slick interface, but bad accessibility (no fallback if JavaScript is disabled). (via) [via]

Dan Cederholm : PanicGoods - Cool t-shirts from a cool software company. Check out the drag n' drop interface.

Rod Begbie : PanicGoods - Nice T-Shirts For The Panic Family. - Beautifully-designed web-store selling beautifully-designed shirts. Make sure and try dragging an item *out* of your cart. [via#

jkottke : Panic has a great drag and drop shopping cart

deusx : PanicGoods - Nice T-Shirts For The Panic Family. - Very, very cool DHTML/JavaScript shopping cart implementation. Drag & Drop!

Richard Rutter : Drag and drop shopping cart - Very cool from Panic (filed under DOM | JavaScript). [via Adactio]

jonhicks : New Panic Katamari T Shirts - Gorgeous designs, and from previous experience, best quality shirts I've ever bought.

Memorable quotes from Napoleon Dynamite

28/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Memorable quotes from Napoleon Dynamite - Do the chickens have large talons?

Bloc Party

28/01/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Bloc Party - Darn good indie rock from the UK. Loving the song 'So Here We Are'.

SimpleBits t-shirts restocked (including M and XXL)

25/01/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : SimpleBits t-shirts restocked (including M and XXL) - A fresh batch has just arrived from the printers.

The Center for Cartoon Studies

25/01/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : The Center for Cartoon Studies - A two-year college devoted to the art of cartooning. Located in my old hometown, even.

Stopdesign: New Photo Galleries

21/01/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Stopdesign: New Photo Galleries - My goodness those are sweet galleries. And Doug's writeup has some great tips.

Minipops: Famous people drawn really small

20/01/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Minipops: Famous people drawn really small - A book by Craig Robinson. I must get this.

What a difference one letter makes

19/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : What a difference one letter makes - Perhaps this section should be renamed 'QuicklyBits'.

SkinnyJ interview with Andy Budd

18/01/2005 @ 16:56 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : SkinnyJ interview with Andy Budd - Great stuff. Andy's always worth reading.

Dan Cederholm : Andy Budd Speaks - An interview by SKINNYJ

Headless Hollow

18/01/2005 @ 16:56 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Headless Hollow - Nicely designed, of the wicked-worn variety.

Craig Robinson's What If?

18/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Craig Robinson's What If? - illustrated with Minipops [via]  [via]

jkottke : What If... - "[This chart represents] the ways my life could have deviated from its actual path".

Dan Cederholm : What if... - A pixelated 'choose your own adventure' at FlipFlopFlyin'. via Veer.

mezzoblue - Getting Unstuck

17/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : mezzoblue - Getting Unstuck - If it's not working, throw it out.

Ethan Marcotte : Getting unstuck - Dave's got some great comments for getting out of designer's block.

Dan Cederholm : Getting Unstuck - Solid tips for designer's block from Dave Shea.

Interactive CSS Box Model Demo

15/01/2005 @ 00:14 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Interactive CSS Box Model Demo - Wow. Douglas Livingstone takes Jon Hicks's illustration to the next level.

Backstage Pass - Veer, Inc.

12/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Backstage Pass - Veer, Inc. - An interview with Jon Parker of Veer over at Authentic Boredom.

iPod Shuffle review

12/01/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : iPod Shuffle review - I too, love that the marketing embraces the fact that it doesn't have a display. Brilliant.

Simon Willison : Russell Beattie reviews the iPod shuffle - Reconfirming his position as the world's number one early adopter.

Nelson Minar : iPod shuffle review - Apparently it really is just like a normal USB drive

Jeremy Zawodny : My iPod Shuffle Review - My iPod Shuffle Review: damn, russ got one fast!

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