A resource import model with dependency management and de-duping for HTML5. Once browser support is widespread enough, this will move even more of web application development from the server to the browser.
Pointers to many data visualization resources.
Modular open source browser, with Chromium rendering layer, built on node.js, customizable with html/css/js.
A cyclical rainbow gradient with better perceptual properties than the usual HSL space.
Compound Interest is a really interesting site that gives information about chemical compounds in various everyday items, what they do, and how they work. The information is provided as an infographic. Examples include: What Causes “New Car Smell”?, How Does Sunscreen Work?, The Colors of Gemstones, and Why Does Bacon Smell So Good?
Cool audio experiment thingie in the browser.
A simple concept, but a good bit of hackery. Videogrep can search through video dialog (using a subtitle file) for patterns, and automatically assemble a supercut.
Socket.io 1.0 is out, with some, modular new architecture.
I hadn’t realized that Atlanta’s MARTA transit system has public real-time data feeds for bus and train arrivals.
Nothing I need to know how to do right now, but maybe I’ll find it useful in the future.