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This guy is the best thing on the internet

So these guys thought it would be a good idea to hook up some electricity to them and allow the internet to shock them via twitter and put a live feed on the internet… lol they must really want those page views

To Shock one of the team

 Tweet #shocksi

One of the best sites I’ve ever seen

Add dancers, change the music, simply amazing

H∆SHTAG$ is a new series of mini-documentaries from the Red Bull Music Academy, chronicling some of the most fascinating themes emerging from the web in recent times, from #cloudrap to #seapunk, #postdubstep to #advancedpop.

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Really cool designed site. As you scroll down a scene unfolds! seriously Check it out!

"Playful experimentation, also known as fumbling in the dark. I hacked this together in stolen moments, based on ideas conceived while drinking saké cocktails and musing about redesigning thismanslife.

View-source of course, but don’t judge the mess I’m rusty. Borrow, don’t steal. Hat-tip to Jon Raasch for the excellent Parallax jQuery plugin “

Thanks for viewing, James Mellers

Drag and drop interface for sharing any files with anyone around the world. Just drag a file, drop, send the link to a friend.

jstn: is the largest ever true color all-sky photograph. 5 kilopixel panorama of 37,440 exposures from 2 hemispheres. This is what you’d see if the Earth suddenly became transparent and the sky were 3000 times brighter. I love how strongly you can perceive the disc of the Milky Way; we’re at the outer edge so there’s a lot of stars between us and the core.

One of the better places to buy awesome gear on the cheap. Kind of like a deals site for clothing… you know like groupon.

Check it out !

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After so many revisions, I finally have a design that I am happy with for my portfolio site. 

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 10.0px ‘Marker Felt’}

posted by designers of tumblr

this is really great!


Thomas Fuchs, JavaScript pro featured recently on Episode 0.3.9 has teamed up with his wife Amy Hoy to bring you the DOM Monster, a cross-browser bookmarklet that analyzes your markup and offers tips to improve page performance.


Other tools such as Y! Slow provide similar analysis and integrate with Firebug, but the DOM Monster aims to be a cross-browser solution. Got ideas to improve the project? Check out the project source and submit a patch.

[Source on GitHub] [Homepage]