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Douglas Crockford is Yahoo!'s JavaScript architect and a member of the committee designing future versions of the world's most popular programming language. Starting in 2010 and through 2011, Douglas delivered his acclaimed series of lectures on the history of JavaScript, its features, and its use.

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Followed this guy since I started using the interwebs.

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Checking how your browser stacks up in terms of HTML5 and CSS3.

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For the first week of May (5/1/11 through 5/7/11), I have found 25+ really cool screenshots from deviantART, the APPLEVIEWS Flickr group, and from Flickr. They range from minimal to extravagent and all are using the handy GeekTool geeklets along with other applications and wallpapers/icons/docks, etc. Check out these cool shots:

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3D transforms are awesome, but they're even cooler with lighting effects! The specular highlights are created with CSS gradients and masks. The cast shadow relies on box shadows and transforms. (Best in Safari)

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There are lots of e-fax websites and services floating around, but from experience, they're usually only a good deal pricewise if you regularly fax stuff from your computer. If you're like most people and only fax stuff once a year, VoxOx seems like a better solution.

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Although starting a prototype on a computer is sometimes easier, it’s not the best way to visually problem-solve. When you need to ideate website layouts or mobile applications or to storyboard workflows and context scenarios, sketching is much more efficient. It keeps you from getting caught up in the technology, and instead focuses you on the best possible solution, freeing you to take risks that you might not otherwise take.

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Chrome DevTools Autosave allows you to make live changes to local CSS and JavaScript files directly from inside the Chrome Developer Tools. Happy with that border-radius you've just tweaked in the browser? Satisfied with that minor JS fix you just tried out? With Autosave, changes you make inside the browser are automatically saved to their corresponding local files.

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Car repairs can drain your pocketbook fast, but you can do a wide range of repairs yourself, regardless of your technical skill. We're not just talking oil changes; provided you can hold a wrench, you can fix everything ranging from fuel filters to alternators. We'll detail the tools necessary for your DIY toolkit, where to turn to for help when you're making the repairs, and how to tackle some of the most common car problems yourself.

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Sprite Cow helps you get the background-position, width and height of sprites within a spritesheet as a nice bit of copyable css.

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