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"Ketchup is a slim jQuery Plugin that validates your forms."

Pros And Cons Of 3 Popular CSS Meta Frameworks "Frameworks like 960 and Blueprint focus on how things look and where they are placed on a page. [Meta] Frameworks like SASS and Less focus on the logical representation of styles and the augmentation of the CSS language."

Wow, there's a whole lot more going on about HTML5 politics than I want to know about. The Widening HTML5 Chasm.

And why didn't I know that there was a CSSquirrel Comic? SVGorillas and rgba jokes!

Reading Assignments

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The $300 Million Button How Changing a Button Increased a Site's Annual Revenues by $300 Million

The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web

Design Meltdown An incredible collection of examples of design principles, elements, techniques, color usage and site types.

PVII Equal Height CSS Columns "This article covers one way of doing equal-height CSS columns, using our javascript solution."

Random knowledge

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I like the idea of a Knol or unit of knowledge, although they really should avoid mixing knowledge with opinion as in this Chicago Hot Dog Knol.

How Blind Salamanders Make Nonsense Of Creationists' Claims.

How to recycle a dumpster. Environmental Graffiti has lots of other cool stuff like pics of the 30 Creepiest Trees on Earth

Cheat Sheets for Front-end Web Developers

A Small Design Study Of Big Blogs "90% of the top 50 blogs used CSS-based layouts"

Photography Links

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These links have been sitting in a 'post these links!' folder for a month.

Digital Forensics: 5 Ways to Spot a Fake Photo a supplement to the more detailed Scientific American article - Digital Forensics: How Experts Uncover Doctored Images

If you're photographing a car bomb scene in Iraq (which is illegal there), don't use a Leica M8.

How much does inkjet printing really cost? A report on 2 Epson printers concludes less than a buck for an 8x10.


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These top 10 NASA images of Earth are very cool.

Photos by Rarindra Prakarsa have been linked to already by all the photo blogs, but they're a must see.

There's lots of good stuff out on the photo blogs these days, I'll compile a list of them eventually, but for now straightforward knowledge like Taking Care of Compact Flash (CF) and Secure Data (SD) cards and the On Design Series at Pixelated Image are required reading.

Some photography links

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Here are some links clogging my bookmarks.

Photo industry braces for another revolution an article on computational photography, at Underexposed,  CNET's photography blog.

TWIP or, This Week in Photography is a fairly new podcast done by some professional podcasters like Alex Lindsay (don't worry there's no Dvorak). Smart and geeky with a good mix of old school knowledge and enthusiasm for new technologies (as well as a good balance of Nikon/Canon and Aperture/Lightroom users). If you think the idea of Dektol scented Glade air fresheners is funny, then this podast is for you.

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