Here's what has excited me from the blogosphere today.
- Design Your Perfect Fighting Moves With Toribash
- DIY Couch
- 10 Websites To Make You A Photoshop Ninja
- The United States of Coffee
- Aerial shots of London by night — magic
- Scientists Rank Global Cooling Hacks
- BuzzGain Launches Do-It-Yourself PR Service To The Public
- Updikes#39;s Rules on Reviewing Books
- Christ and State
- Virgin Atlantic Asks Complaint Writer To Be Taste Tester [Follow Ups]
- ZOIKS! Starbucks’ troubles continue
- Do you talk too much?
- 20 Useful Resources for Learning about CSS3
- If CS4 came on floppies…
- The True Cost of Credit
- Bit of a Blow
- An Expert’s Guide To Napping
- Whspr Lets Anyone Send You An Email Without Revealing Your Email Address
- It’s Data Privacy Day: Do You Know Where Your Data Is? [Privacy]
- Beware! Theologians.
Looks cool. Kind of like the classic “tanks” but with the human body.
I’ve always thought that if we one day own a house I’d like to build a couch into the walls of the loungeroom. If you’re like me you’ll enjoy this project log for doing just that.
The good news is Australia has it’s own boutique roasters that will keep you away from the evil (AOG) owned Gloria Jeans, McDonalds or Starbucks.brTownsville has its own boutique roaster Coffee Dominion, who service cafes all over the north.
This is true – unless you’re telling the tractor joke. There’s an exception to every rule.
I’d say the list of people excited by the upcoming release of CSS3 specifications is pretty short – but if you’re responsible for any kind of web design these will be useful.