Solved by Flexbox — Cleaner, hack-free CSS.
Meat! - Git for Web Developers.
Another Git service to take note of.
Medium: The End of Global CSS.
“A static markdown CMS built on top of Amazon S3.” Keeping an eye on this.
Google Cloud Platform Blog: Pay Less, Compute Moore.
HTML Arrows: HTML Symbols, Entities and Codes.
Handy. I believe I have a widget for this, but I never keep it loaded (save that RAM for bigger stuff).
/ndy: The Failure of Agile.
How to Center in CSS.
DWB: Tweet from Command Line with t.
Thought I’d posted something like this before, but a quick search shows I haven’t. Perhaps I shoved it in Evernote.
Medium/Burton: Modern minimalism in web design is the right choice.
Diacode: Making sense of Amazon Web Services - Introduction for noobs.
GitHub/hiddentao: Officer Involved Shootings incidents map for the US.
PS Blog: Will Google’s Mobile Friendly Changes Impact Your Photography Website?
Finally, someone admits it in plain English: “Google’s change will only affect the search results initiated from mobile devices (not including tablets). Desktop searches will remain unchanged. Further, it only applies to individual pages, not entire websites.” Too many designers are being mealy-mouthed about the specifics, trying to generate ‘panic’ business.
Later: SEOBook, “The problem with going early is you eat the expense upfront, while the rewards are still unknown.”
@SnoreWell: How to start a creative agency.
Carnival - add comments in a developer-friendly way.
KickStarter: Glide - Simple, professional app creation.
Of interest. Canny; there’s an Apple Watch in the top hero shot.
SERoundtable: Google Mobile Search Drops URL For Site Name & Breadcrumb Navigation.
In the oh-so-classic green terminal style.
CityLab: An Interactive Map of Shakespeare’s London.
Blot: Blogging platform that uses Dropbox.
GitHub: Announcing Git Large File Storage (LFS).
TutorialsPoint: CodingGround, Free Online IDE and Terminal.
ars technica: Energy companies around the world infected by newly discovered malware.
GitHub/Alefeuvre: Grid displayer bookmarklet for Twitter Bootstrap and ZURB Foundation.
Oh, handy. I usually craft a custom CSS class for doing this kind of thing, but I’ve never remembered to store it in a snippet.
ReadWrite: How GitHub Apparently Ended Up In The Crosshairs Of Chinese Hackers.
You know, I’m looking forward to a book on ‘invisible warfare’ that’s taking place as we go about our daily routines ...