‘Tis the season for watching endless videos of logs burning! My typical go-to is the somewhat painful* yet still mesmerizing yule log book burning on the Colbert Report’s Christmas special DVD, but the internet has rushed to meet instant demand with a lot of equally desirable options, the most popular of which this year is Li’l Bub’s Yule Log video.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, through an initiative called Open Access for Scholarly Content (OASC), put up hundreds of thousands of classic artworks online in high-resolution for free public viewing. Rejoice! Says Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO: Through this new, open-access policy, we join a growing number of museums that provide free access to images of […]View Item
A great, quick resource for those little quirks in HTML and CSS that you never quite get over. “Vertically adjacent margins collapse” is good to remember.
I love resources that make my life easier. To that end, I found out about Style Tiles right around the time I needed it: a website I was working on at the time no longer required the large, fully-laid-out Photoshop comp file of the past. A more unified, template-based system was being put in place […]View Item
A fun Flash minigame/project about “opening a portal” which earned me a silver AAF Student Addy Award in 2009. Made completely with raster image segments in Flash Studio 8. View the Flash Game!View Item
I’ve had this website open in my second monitor for days now and I’m not ashamed to admit it. It’s like I’m using WebTV all over again (except nothing’s freezing). From the website description: The internet has now been fully realized. It’s just all downhill from here.View Item
I’m very picky about fonts in general. I think rather than being a connoisseur I’m just straight-up snobbish at this point, picking at what fonts are used in mediums such as comics (even professionally-lettered comics) or on the sides of trucks, but I try to make something good out of that snobbery nonetheless. Like many […]View Item