#coffee (Taken with Instagram)
I just pushed an update to the jQuery Mobile Starter Kit..
This update introduces ios.css, android.css, ios.js and android.js so you can have unique rules depending on the devices..
This also integrates the scrolling fix I posted a couple days ago for Android devices running jQuery Mobile, so that it makes scrolling faster..
The reason I added a seperate js and css file for each device is that you may not want or need to integrate the same fix for different devices..
Also, sometimes there may be other styling changes you want to make for different devices, so now you can easier. :)
Processing.js is the sister project of the popular Processing visual programming language, designed for the web. Processing.js makes your data visualizations, digital art, interactive animations, educational graphs, video games, etc. work using web standards and without any plug-ins. You write code using the Processing language, include it in your web page, and Processing.js does the rest.
Will Code For Food Cardboard Sign
Mine reads: WILL CODE FOR CHAMPAGNE
Progress is when things break in a new and interesting way.
It’s less broken than it was 2 hours ago, but it’s still broken.
Of course, getting it to break in a new and interesting way is a total WIN.
// HACKPACT // Gráfica Sonora
define( “HACKPACT” ) =
“1. Write some code each day for one month
// 2. Document your work
// 3. Share it” ;
Showcase of 20 brief experiments (sound machines) we coded during november (MMXI).
#shakeshack and #coding at # theAlley (Taken with Instagram)
Wikipedia is one of our favorite sources of accumulated knowledge, hats off to Jimmy Wales. But from the user’s and designer’s point of view it still has room to improve. That’s why we decided to spend two spring months on this project, looking for the ways how to make it better, reader or editor friendlier, clearer and aesthetically satisfying.
Also die Inhaltsseiten enthalten mir zwar noch zuviel Foo im Header aber die Startseite und das neue Logo gefällt allemal.
Standing on the shoulders of Scriptographer and making use of HTML5 standards, Paper.js is a comprehensive open source vector graphics scripting framework.
Ich finde die Demos alle ziemlich beeindruckend schnell und flüssig.
I’ve become fascinated with scraping lately.
Wait, what’s scraping?
Oh, scraping is when you write a script that goes out and reads a web page, fetches the parts of it you’re looking for (or links to those things) and then displays the results in your browser.
Library of APIs
There is a lot of talk, for a few years ago, about data visualization and how it will save/sort/help us understand data.
In Nairobi last month at the Global Voices Summit 2012 (#GV2012), there was a real panel about data viz to make meaning, moderated by my friend Gilad Lotan of SocialFlow, who brought together Nate Matias (MIT Media Lab), Marek Tuszynski (Tactical Tech Collective), Tarek Amr (Global Voices Egypt), and Kepha Ngito (Map Kibera).
I finally got around to compressing this and uploading the panel video last night. This an hour well spent - I’ll hazard a guess you haven’t seen some of these visualizations and how and why and who they inform. It’s as much about the thinking behind them and the people who care about representing information as the tools themselves.
Henry Chinaski’s Women and What They Meant to Him, 2006
“Charles Bukowski’s Women in the form of a narrative map, first conceived for Mike Essl’s information design course at Cooper Union. A total of thirty one women appear in this novel, only a few of which Bukowski’s main character did not sleep with. This map documents the duration of each woman’s appearance by page numbers, as well as Henry Chinaski’s opinion of them based on the words “fuck” and “love” as mentioned in the book.”
Just been exploring Louisa Ma’s site after coming across her work on her tumblr What Love Looks Like.
Click on the image above for a better view.