Using twitter as habitully as I do and having given up on RSS I tend to use twitter favourites to store links to interesting sites, resources and articles I always mean to go back to.
I rarely do but thanks to the marvellous laterstars I’ve got a handy way of managing twitter favourites and reviewing the links i’ve been stockpiling for consumption at some later date.
Am guessing that some of these links might be of some use to some others so herein starts a weekly summary of the last weeks tweets that caught my eye. Let’s see if I can get it to last more than a week …
- Madmanimation Missed this when it first came out but a great example of CSS3 animations in action courtesy of messrs
acalzadilla (via "hellogeri”:http://twitter.com/hellogeri/status/54890088508821500)
- Above the Fold New book by Brian Miller on the principles of visual design applied to the web (via @Si)
- Tron Legacy Write up of the work that went into designing the computer interfaces in Tron: Legacy (via @wilfreeborn)
- The fall and rise of user experience Transcript of Cennydd Bowles’ thought-provoking plenary at IA Summit 2011 (via @Cennydd)
- A cloud-centric Mac set-up Elliot discusses his current Mac set-up and how this hsa changed with services like Dropbox (via @elliotjaystocks)
- Edinburgh Coffee Extravaganza Google Map summarising the best independent cafes in Edinburgh (via @craigwebster)
- http://receivd.com/early-access?m=feb221901 Simple tool (in beta) to share files via lists (via @boldfish)
- Whatfont Bookmarklet Really useful bookmarklet for discovering the fonts in use for any particular element (via @JamFactory)
- Green Man Festival Time and funds permitting this looks like the music festival to attend in the UK if you have a young family (via @caitlinmoran)
- Why Apple Should Be Worried About Amazon’s Cloud Player Interesting opinion piece on the potential imapct of Amazon’s new Cloud Drive service (via @elliotjaystocks)
- Pro Git professional version control Need to learn Git? Plenty of resources in this handy guide (via @foamcow)
- EECI Conference’s videos All the videos from the 2009 and 2010 EECI conferences (via @RobertEerhart)