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.