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Linkdump for May 14th

by Rob Friesel

Haruki Murakami and the Art of Japanese Translations Roland Kelts, writing for The New Yorker: Rubin said that the first time he translated a Murakami novel, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, he phoned the author several times a day to nail word choices and correct inconsistencies. “In one scene, a character had black-framed glasses. In another, […]

Linkdump for March 3rd

by Rob Friesel

Marissa Mayer’s Job Is to Be CEO—Not to Make Life Easier for Working Moms Anne-Marie Slaughter, writing at The Atlantic: So let's withhold judgment for a while and let Marissa Mayer do her job. Let's evaluate her on whether she can turn Yahoo around. I've been waiting for a piece like this, since everything I've […]

Linkdump for November 17th

by Rob Friesel

Chrome: Easier Web App Debugging With Multi-User Profiles Addy Osmani: I'm sure most of you know about this… No, Addy. No we did not. But that looks great, thanks for sharing! (tagged: developer tools Chrome Addy Osmani ) JavaScript DocumentFragment Short-ish piece on David Walsh's blog about using DocumentFragment. It's a bit of a review, […]

Linkdump for August 2nd

by Rob Friesel

Introduction to RequireJS Jack Franklin, writing at The JavaScript Playground, gives us this decent introduction to RequireJS. It doesn't go into too much depth, and I wish he'd spent a little more time to discuss using it in a larger project–but it's enough to get you off the ground if you're new to RequireJS. (tagged: […]

Linkdump for August 22nd

by Rob Friesel

HOWTO Use UTF-8 Throughout Your Web Stack at rentzsch.tumblr.com, via DF (tagged: webdev web programming UTF-8 ) Chrome and Safari extension to rehabilitate disruptive footnotes. at Ideon Open Ideas — a great idea but sadly doesn’t work on blog.founddrama.net yet; it appears to be looking for footnotes with fn embedded in the href… so perhaps […]

Linkdump for November 30th

by Rob Friesel

Homebrew "MacPorts driving you to drink? Try Homebrew!" or "The missing package manager for OS X." (tagged: homebrew git Apple Mac OSX terminal ) Tower Alleging to be "[the] most powerful Git client for Mac". So if the CLI isn't enough for you, I guess you could try this GUI. (tagged: git todo ) CSS […]

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 […]