“Sass is an extension of CSS3, adding nested rules, variables, mixins, selector inheritance, and more. It’s translated to well-formatted, standard CSS using the command line tool or a web-framework plugin.”
Sass – Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets
Tags: sass, css, css3, dsl, webdev, webdesign, tools
Compass open-source CSS authoring framework
Compass Home | Compass Documentation
Tags: compass, css, css3, sass, webdev, webdesign, tools
Crowdsourced, affordable voiceover services. Brilliant. (clean HTML, too)
VoiceBunny: Fast and professional voiceovers.
Tags: voicebunny, voiceovers, services, crowdsourcing
A package manager for Sublime Text 2 plugins. Sweet.
Sublime Package Control – a Sublime Text 2 Package Manager by wbond
Tags: sublime, sublimetext, sublimetext2, packagecontrol, packages, bundles, editors, plugins, git, github, hg, mercurial, bitbucket
Things that make you go *sigh*…
Hottest recent sighs – /dev/sigh – programmer rage
Tags: devsigh, sigh, schadenfreude, stories, humor
Vim for iOS. I’m not sure whether to be impressed or scared.
Applidium — Vim
Tags: vim, ios, iphone, ipad, editors, apps
Etsy shares a lot of great info about how they manage their systems and processes, scaling, tools, etc.
The Etsy Way « Code as Craft
Tags: etsy, scaling, performance, deployment, integration, webdev
Worried about website performance? Focus on the front-end.
the Performance Golden Rule | High Performance Web Sites
Tags: webdev, performance, front-end, browser, optimization
Opinionmeter lets helps you choose a movie to watch based on public and critic review scores, genre, and “blockbusterness”. Nice interactive interface.
Tags: movies, opionmeter, opinions, ratings, service, inspiration, media