Man, the world of web development keeps developing. Here's another list of sites: 10 Tools & Frameworks for Responsive Design | Fuel Your Coding.
Attended the Adobe HTML5 Now and Next event at Adobe SF. Some interesting stuff coming down the pike, even if some of it is a ways off yet. Layout grids! Image filters! Application cache! Flexboxes! Someday laying out a web page won't be such a collection of kludges. The layout grids item
Some very cool CSS3/JQuery stuff at codrops...
Uploaded the new (rather severely designed) site files for aeous.net, haven't yet redesigned the blog template. Still, a better presentation of resumé and portfolio, not to mention it's great to watch HTML5 come together. The only troubling note is the constant flakiness of Adobe's BrowserLab for
Attended one of the Adobe InDesign User Group meetings recently. Useful presentations, one on accessible PDF generation, the other on the forthcoming Muse program which promises to grease the path from designing in InDesign to generating a full-fledged and rich web site. Looks very intriguing, and
Google, Goodreads. Nibbles! By the way, check out goodreads.com for reader opinions and book explorations. Very nifty site, though reading their blog shows much lament over a popular book trading feature recently shut down. Still very appealing for readers.
My company is publishing this photograph as a poster. Though it's a famous image, I'm not sure I had seen it before, and I certainly wasn't aware of the photographer. Very beautiful image, no? Props to Danny for finding it in the Library of Congress archives.