30 Jul 2010
July Link Dump
- The IT Crowd T-shirts: Season 4 Episode 3 “Something Happened”
- Rob and I had no idea what would be in series 4 when we created The IT Crowd game, but Graham Linehan did suggest using Keyboard Cat for the game over sequence, making it match up nicely with one of Roy’s T shirts. See also
- Animated URL text
- One appropriate use for this comes to mind — for making an asterisk move backwards and forwards in the URLs of a Knight Rider fan site.
- Fatal Deviation Trailer
- An epic Irish martial arts movie.
- South Korea: Super fast, and finally free
- For over a decade, ecommerce users were forced to use Internet Explorer.
- cows & cows & cows
- More lovely work from cow-lover Cyriak.
- I know who your name, where you work, and live (Safari v4 & v5)
- A pretty nasty privacy hole with the default settings; I think they’ve just patched it.
- SKID MK
- Quite possibly the first polygon-based 3D Flash game that I’ve found to be smooth and playable.
- Icons for iPhone/iPad apps. Further work on the set is being funded via Kickstarter.
- A clever combination of Google autocomplete and Blankety Blank.
- Old School Color Cycling with HTML5
canvasto resurrect palette-based animation.
- It’s too late for MySpace
- It was clear from early on that MySpace’s messy code, architecture and design would hamper its ability to adapt and attract a wider userbase, and that there was some messy thinking going on within the organisation.