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[Discussion] Dear Web Design Community, Where Have You Gone?

I'm pretty sure many of you already noticed this article by Vitaly Friedman at Smashing Magazine. I'd love you to here you guys opinions on this. Forrst is doing great on teaching or discussing about web design or web development for me. In fact, Forrst is only one community I feel comfortable to start a discussion like this. (Main reason is because my native language is not English and members at Forrst kindly accept it, Thank you very much.) Anyways, it'd be very interesting to know how you feel about this topic.

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Frenzy - The Dropbox powered social network

Do you use Dropbox? There are so many ways to utilize this simple web service and today I've found another one. Frenzy is a Mac OS application enable to use Dropbox as a social network. It's really simple and very private. According to its website, it is free while beta so you can try it see if you like it or not.

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dabble.in

I've just stumbled upon (apparently) a new web service called dabble.in. I have no idea what they are about but from what I'm guessing it's something to do with HTML5 and/or CSS3. Official tweet said they will announce what they are about soon.

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Re-launching My Jekyll Theme Website

I've got new domain and new hosting via Amazon S3. (which is another story) This is an website for providing theme file for Jekyll. Right now there is only one theme but I plan to expand more. If you are interested in contributing, please let me know. I have set up github repo for theme so that you can fork it. Any suggestion, other than supporting IE, is welcome.

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CSSWARP by eleqtriq.com

CSSWARP generates css and html to wrap text. You should see it action on 20 seconds video eleqtriq.com/2011/03/css3-text-warping/

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Javascript loaders comparison from Éric Daspet

Éric Daspet shares 10 different JavaScript loaders comparison in Google Docs. JavaScript loaders compared here are include: LABjs HeadJS ControlJS RequireJS Load.js YepNope.js $script.js

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Edit Style in head by utilizing contenteditable attribution from meyerweb.com

Eric Meyer has done it again. You do know how to use contenteditable which has introduced in HTML5. As it spelled, the attribution make content editable. So Eric made style element in head editable by that. Idea originally came from Chris Coyer from CSS-Trick. Great work! Both of them.

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Nonintrusive CSS Text Gradients from Nettuts+

One of my favorite blog Nettuts+ kindly introduced a how-to video on nonintrusive CSS text gradients. I think this is rather interesting approach but look promising to me.