Listing of Recent Diigo Links (weekly)

  • 10 presentations from WordCamp GC

    tags: slides

  • Adobe® Edge is a new web motion and interaction design tool that allows designers to bring animated content to websites, using web standards like HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3.

    With this tool you are seeing Adobe transition from Flash to HTML5 – fascinating.

    tags: javascript html5

  • Yet another repository for academic references in the Mendeley mould. ReadCube seems to suffer from the original Zotero problem of saving its reference data locally on one machine.

    tags: tools

  • Create, edit and publish PHP, Ruby, Python, Perl, Java, HTML, CSS and JavaScript
    Access and publish files through FTP/SFTP and Dropbox
    Autocomplete
    Realtime syntax debugging
    Step back in time with revision history
    Code folding, snippets, jump-to-line, bracket closing
    All from the comfort of your web browsers!

    tags: cloudide

  • Smaller, Lighter, Faster, more modular jQuery – include only the parts you want! Don’t use it, Don’t include it.

    The core jquip.js is only 4.28KB (minified and gzipped) only 13% of the size of jQuery.

    Has 90% of the good parts of jQuery (rest to be added plugins as needed), small enough to drop-in as source saving an external js reference.

    tags: javascript

  • Is that a USB key in your pocket or a dual-core computer? Today, Norwegian company FXI technologies showed off a USB stick-sized portable computer prototype, complete with a dual-core 1.2-GHz Samsung Exynos ARM CPU (same as in the Galaxy S II), 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI-out and a microSD card slot for memory. Codenamed Cotton Candy because its 21 gram weight is the same as a bag of the confection, the tiny PC enables what its inventor calls “Any Screen Computing,” the ability to turn any TV, laptop, phone, tablet, or set-top box into a dumb terminal for its Android operating system.

    tags: hardware

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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About Michael Rees
Academic in IT interested in Web 2.0 and social media

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