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Package multiple InDesign files together | 9:07 am | 4 May 2012

Well this tip is handy if you’re doing multiple .indd files/renditions for DPS where you need different folios for each resolution you’re servicing. CS6 supposedly will let you keep all of those layouts in one file.

Instagram Filters as Photoshop Actions | 7:14 am | 22 July 2011

exampleThat’s pretty cool. I don’t use Instagram but the effects are nice.

TWEET: Calling all web … | 2:04 pm | 27 October 2010

Calling all web builders! I took it and so should you—The Survey For People Who Make Websites, 2010: http://j.mp/alasurvey2010

TWEET: @panic any way … | 2:58 pm | 31 August 2010

@panic any way I can rewire Coda’s [redacted] implementation of backspace in the terminal? This ^H^H^H^H^H^H^+restart is making me sweary.

^H^H^H backspace, dammit! | 12:56 pm | 16 August 2010

I just got Snow Leopard* and it’s blown away some obscure tricks I’d left for myself. This is a note to future me, should I need to fix Coda’s annoying preference of ^H instead of backspace in their terminal window.

As nice as Coda’s UI can be, I’d ditch it, if I could just get TextMate to play nicely with remote projects.

*yes, finally; upgrading from Adobe CS2 had to be in the budget first…

kill trailing spaces with TextMate | 9:47 am | 28 July 2010

I hate untidy code, and always work with invisibles showing. Regardless, sometimes spacecruft slips through. Here’s two ways to fix that:

  1. custom language bundle that highlights the offending space
  2. macro using the built-in strip-trailing-spaces command on save

I’ve gone with the first option: I think it’s nicer to keep yourself in the habit of watching your code, rather than relying on the software. Also, as the author notes, it blows away any bookmarking and code folds. If you’re working with large files and hit save at least every five minutes like I do, well… that sucks as much as Coda’s lack of code folding does.

Facebook CSS workaround number infinity | 9:11 am | 16 June 2010

If you’ve ever had to deal with any development for Facebook, you’ll remember that they strip out browser hacks from your CSS–fun for you, when the client OMG needs something to work in IE6. They also strip out the more forward-y browser-specific styles, while using them liberally themselves.

Their CSS, which was putting an unfortunate border on our buttons:

uiButton,
.uiButtonSuppressed:hover,
.uiButtonSuppressed:active,
.uiButtonSuppressed:focus { -moz-box-shadow: 0 1px 0 rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1); }

Here’s how to get around that:

.uiButton:after {
content: "OMGFACEBOOKIHATEYOU";
display: block;
color: #fff;
margin-top: 44px; /* height of your button */
border-top: 1px solid #fff; }

Ta-da.

TWEET: maker’s schedule vs. … | 7:10 pm | 18 February 2010

maker’s schedule vs. manager’s schedule http://bit.ly/cUJGTG

TWEET: Hawk!! http://twitpic.com/tyxl2 | 3:41 am | 18 December 2009

Hawk!! http://twitpic.com/tyxl2twitpic photo

TWEET: I just installed … | 10:07 pm | 12 August 2009

I just installed my favorite WordPress plug-in ever: Shockingly Big IE6 Warning http://bit.ly/15mEI4

zen software dev scheduling | 6:57 am | 10 August 2009

When writers write, they discover what they actually think. When developers develop, they discover what the customer actually needed. Both conclusions happen near the end of the process, and invariably require going back and starting all over again. Nobody knows what the program should do until it doesn’t do it.”

noteworthy: new kitchen phone ordered | 7:37 am | 6 August 2009

Now that all our landline phones are old school and corded, we’re tethered to exactly two working jacks. Incentive to wire up the kitchen is on its way, thanks to Richard at ericofon.com:
western electric noteworthy
One of the many neat things about this phone is that I’ll have somewhere to stash the phonebook besides under the couch. The chalkboard is reversible to cork, which is nice, since even thinking about chalk sends me screaming into the other room.

tweet: @casey_mk “abandoning web … | 7:43 pm | 24 June 2009

@casey_mk “abandoning web standards” implies MS/Office ever followed them…

tweet: RT In Iran, … | 11:38 am | 17 June 2009

RT In Iran, “Pretty” Is Sometimes The Protest http://bit.ly/ArVk1
#iranelection #GR88

client-vendor relations | 11:35 am | 27 May 2009

Too often, this is too true.

silver lining | 11:32 am | 21 April 2009

Good news for your eyes, at least, in this economy; in amongst the list of twelve brands likely to disappear:

Crocs footwear: The decline in stock price from $72 per share in late 2007 to $2 today, ongoing financing issues, consumer belt-tightening and the end of a fad, leads to to 24/7 Wall Street’s declaration that Crocs won’t make it through the year.

disney trace-o-matic | 1:53 pm | 14 April 2009

Looks like the Disney Vault has a purpose after all – to keep us from realizing how similar our favorite classic Disney movies truly are. According to this video, Disney only ever made one movie, and they’ve been tracing it ever since.

BOK, BOK, Subservient Chicken now 5 | 5:01 pm | 9 April 2009

Five years of Subservient Chicken. That was only five years ago? The internet, she moves fast…

Save the TOY CARS — no bailout required | 10:24 am | 11 December 2008

Congress passed a consumer-protection law in August, to try to stop the flow of poisoned toys from China — but with no exemptions for small businesses, every single toy sold needs an expensive test to prove that it doesn’t kill you.

Read these, and go call your congresspeople.

open letter from Etsy.com

Endangered Whimsy
Gallery of soon-to-be illegal toys from Etsy crafters

Fashion Incubator

http://www.handmadetoyalliance.org/:

  • A toymaker, for example, who makes wooden cars in his garage in Maine to supplement his income cannot afford the $4,000 fee per toy that testing labs are charging to assure compliance with the CPSIA.
  • A work-at-home mom in Minnesota who makes dolls to sell at craft fairs must choose either to violate the law or cease operations.
  • A small toy retailer in Vermont who imports wooden toys from Europe, which has long had stringent toy safety standards, must now pay for testing on every toy they import.

Ken! Cosgrove! Accounts! | 1:48 pm | 5 September 2008

1964I had way too much fun with yearbookyourself.com last night—far more entertaining than the convention speeches (don’t they know they’re the dudes in power? sheeesh.)
via Scrubbles, the Library Club President

excellent Obama buttons | 9:13 am | 4 September 2008

jazz for obamabreakfast for obama
If I were the button-wearing type, I’d wear these. There’s lots more. And the dude! Too bad there’s not a similar Achievers edition.

kodachrome and helvetica | 11:26 am | 13 May 2008

…are two things things younger than John McCain.

new logo for OGC | 4:06 am | 24 April 2008

Derivative as hell. Also? Penis.
thanks Hon!

HTTP Status Code 417 Explained | 12:05 pm | 25 March 2008

No, you can’t have a pony.

finally a grown-up (sorta) | 10:17 am | 20 January 2008

Luna chair from Hjellegjerde, designed by Odd KnutsenI bought my first furniture that isn’t used and didn’t come from Target! A few weeks ago we saw these funny-looking chairs (in way uglier colors), and I sat down. I thought, “hunh, that’s really comfortable,” and moved on… then slowly got obsessed. Yesterday we found them again at Century House Leather Gallery, and in the car on the way over to the other location that had the colors I wanted (OMG xanadu), I thought, “Wow. My ass actually misses that chair.” The guy at the store said they call it “the buttbucket,” which is probably easier to pronounce than “Hjellegjerde Luna.” I like its OMNOMNOM face.

funny ad | 1:03 pm | 19 January 2008

I quite like this ad for ClearBlue pregnancy tests. I hope the agency gets the Tampax account, too.

new horror genre idea | 4:28 pm | 12 December 2007

{jmac} but that’s not this, ’cause it should definitely at least try, and then fail spectacularly

{me} *hearts it when things fail spectacularly.*
  err, ok by things i mean code
  not life-critical things
  err, ok by things i mean code and by code i mean dev code
  not traffic lights and other important real code

{jmac} new horror movie: br****nt coded your pacemaker

{me} omg i LOLd for real

{jmac} <grin>

Liger treat | 10:35 am | 5 November 2007

I like Leopard’s 3D dock, but those glowing blue dots are gonna annoy the crap out of me; here’s how to change them back to triangles.

Doctor Whosx | 8:28 am | 31 October 2007

The Leopard intro movie’s music is totally wrong, it really needs to be this.

leopard easter egg | 8:53 pm | 30 October 2007

Unconfirmed, since I can’t upgrade yet (I’ll be doing a double happy dance at that point, because it will mean finally being done with that Perl/Catalyst/TemplateToolKit nightmare), but this is awesome.

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