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Monthly Archives: January 2010

dream.20100129: sushi

by Rob Friesel

I’m at… work?  No, not work.  The floors are concrete but this is an Eastern Shore-style crab house.  Concrete floors and rows upon rows of long red picnic tables covered in newspaper.  But I may as well be at work.  I’m surrounded by co-workers, all of us toting our laptops.  We take our seats around […]

Linkdump for January 26th

by Rob Friesel

geuis’s helium-css at GitHub (via Ajaxian) — scan your page for unused CSS (tagged: css javascript webdev todo ) Realism in UI Design at ignore the code (via @brown_MINI) (tagged: design ui usability ux icons essay ) Internet Explorer 8 document and browser modes at NCZOnline (tagged: webdev IE8 work todo ) Data URIs explained […]

Linkdump for January 16th

by Rob Friesel

Super Dress Up Morgan Freeman at Jay is Games (via woot.com) — w? t? f…? (tagged: illustration surreal games blog ) Poor, Poor Child. You have no idea. "It's OK to suck at math; you won't be using much anyway." (tagged: blog software humor programming coding essay ) A Form of Madness at Dive Into […]

Linkdump for January 12th

by Rob Friesel

Name Your Band, Create Your Album Cover With Wikipedia & Flickr at Synthtopia (via JA) — I came up with: (tagged: todo flickr language surreal fun ) The Joy of Clojure ‘grats to my man Mike (tagged: Clojure friend ) Two Gentlemen of Lebowski via B² — EPIC (tagged: lebowski parody literature humor fun ) […]

a week with Chrome

by Rob Friesel

I broke down and decided to try out Google’s Chrome browser after having heard so many positive reviews of it.  It’s backed by WebKit—just like Safari, my current favorite—and so if nothing else, I know it has a tried and true and powerful engine going behind the scenes.  That said, I’ve tried out more than […]

2010 Goals

by Rob Friesel

An annual tradition here at F_D1, let’s kick-off the year with a full disclosure of goals.  Rather than set vague “resolutions” and lame half-promises to yourself, why not think of the new year as an opportunity for a little personal growth?  A couple of little benchmarks to set your aggressive little sights on throughout the […]

Linkdump for January 2nd

by Rob Friesel

Irish atheists challenge blasphemy law at BBC News: "This new law is both silly and dangerous," he said. "It is silly because medieval religious laws have no place in a modern secular republic, where the criminal law should protect people and not ideas." (tagged: atheism Ireland news ) 10 Easy Ways to Green Your Web […]