Entries tagged as : CSS3

JUL
25
2011

  This week’s MoJo featured more great material from Chris Heilmann, John Resig, and Jesse James Garrett that mostly focused on building a user experience.  Of course, when thinking about open projects “user” takes on an expanded meaning and, as Resig stressed, every user is a potential future collaborator.  In a previous post I talked [...]

JUL
18
2011

Some recent links of interest: NewScientist reports on a study about what messages get retweeted.  Apparently it’s bad to use negative words, but good to use negative emoticons.  I’m sure there’s a comment on empathy in there somewhere. Poynter has some suggestions on increasing the stickiness of transient news hits. The .xxx domain rollout is [...]