Columnal CSS framework →
1140px wide but it’s fluid and has a single mobile layout. Also on old IEs that don’t support max-width it uses a fixed width.
Mr. Trololo sent me here.– YouTube comment on Mishka says “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”!
trololo mp3 →
The second result on google! Interesting geek marketing idea.
multiple accounts aren't against the AWS TOS →
This is important because it’s common for services to offer backups to S3 and AWS doesn’t support granular authorization of third parties yet.
ctor stands for constructor. Took me a while to figure this out.
I love python, and ever did. But I also ever missed something that make writing...– Gabriel Falcão
Sublime Text 2 and node.js
I was getting results from the npm directory, node_modules, in Command-T (Go To File In Project) and Command-Shift-F (Find in Project) results, so I added this to my User Global Settings (Sublime Text 2 menu > Preferences > User Global Settings): I needed to include patterns from the defaults, because it isn’t merged with the defaults.
Thoughts on the Indictment of Aaron Swartz
I am saddened to read today that Aaron Swartz has been indicted for using the MIT network to download JSTOR documents. I’ve read numerous articles written by him and watched him create Infogami, create web.py, convert reddit from using a LISP backend to a python one. I’ve also read a bit about his political activism efforts. He is alleged to have downloaded a large number of documents...
JSON Lint →
ECMAScript 5 compatibility table →
tumblr tip: big text
go to html surround text with <h1></h1> DONE! (It strips the style attribute from <p style=”font-size: 48pt”>text</p> so that won’t work.)
therubyracer, therubyrhino, ExecJS
I can't trust free services, restated
I’ve never quite been comfortable with the statement, I can’t trust free services, but I came up with this restatement that I’m more comfortable with: Charging money is a necessary, but not sufficient, precondition to trusting a service. I also need to be able to trust the founders, and know that my data is portable and that the business is sustainable. That is, the inverse...