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2toria favourites – w/c 17/06/2013

I know, I know…it’s been a while.  Here are some of the things we’ve been favouriting over the past week.

This is a web page.

Magic CSS3 animations

iOS7 icons with pure CSS (impressive)

An interesting study in browser busy indicators – worth a read

Rey Bango interviews Remy Sharp

More to come same time next week (I promise).


2toria favourites – w/c 06/05/2013

Apologies, I missed last weeks, but I’m back on track and on time (for a change).  Here are a few things that I’ve favourited, read and liked over the past week:-

Lea Verou’s Bsc thesis explains (throughly) the inner workings of Dabblet.  Very interesting read.

Social Roulette has a 1 in 6 chance of deleting your Facebook account.  Do you feel lucky?

Christian Heilmann urges you to play with things. 

Had a bad day?  It’s just a day, in the grand scheme of things, and as it happens, that’s not much at all

Firebug lite is no longer being worked on or supported.  Want to contribute to its future?

Of no point whatsoever, but I love it

CSS Zen Garden is coming back for its tenth anniversary


2toria favourites – w/c 27/04/13

Here are a few things that have been keeping us happy, contended and amused over the past week at 2toria towers:-

Lots of cool HTML5 stuff at CreativeJS

Paul Miller took a year off from the internet – how did it go?  Really interesting and well written article.

‘Screengrab’ – a clever, clever bit of film…just try to figure out how it was done

Lots of praise amongst web devs and designers about this beautiful piece of design for Manchester City Council

A clever way of dealing with software piracy in a game development simulator.

The Trouble with Codeschool – forget language specifics, this article contains a list of things you really should know if you’re a developer.  I need to do some learning…



2toria favourites – w/c 15/04/2013

Apologies if you missed last week’s list.  I was having a baby.  Well, my partner was…

Anyway, here is a list of the things that have cheered us up, kept us entertained and generally happy this past week:-

Really cool animated text fill effect using just CSS

No explanations necessary – this is just incredible work…

Ben Howdle writes about why “can’t” is a copout.

A list of interesting internet tips and tricks on Reddit.  Definitley worth a read through if you’ve some time

Signs you’re a good programmer and, if you’re interested, its opposite.

A handy database of Javascript libraries, categorised by type

40 years of icons, the evolution of the modern computer interface


Shodan:  The scariest search engine on the Internet