- Understanding CSS positioning part 2 • CSS & (X)HTML • Kilian Valkhof – Interesting article by Kilian Valkhof on positioning in CSS
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- Amplified 08 Network of Networks – Great new meetup for all the networks in London. Still in the works though.
- Remote TextMate Projects – Want to work directly in textmate with files on a remote server? How about using MacFuse and MacFusion to solve your problems. Actually a good solution for many more problems, but this is definitely one of them.
- CSS Table – Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong – Interesting little article about CSS tables. Quite interesting as IE8 will be the last and most important browser to support it. Unfortunately still not usable because so many people will stick with the browser they have.
A while back I played with a little browser extension called PicLens that allowed me to intuitively browse the photos on a Flickr page. I knew that the app was in development and trying to include more and more sites into their system, but at a certain moment I probably reinstalled my OS and never installed the extension again.
Today I stumbled upon CoolIris, which I then learned was the new name of PicLens. The application has really grown a lot since I last tried it. It now has a very intuitive semi-3D UI, it can load photos from various sites, videos from YouTube, allows you to browse Amazon, and even has an iPhone app.
Here is a little video that shows what it can do within Flickr.
The app is freely available, and totally worth installing.