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Einstein’s desk

Source: http://kottke.org/10/04/einsteins-desk

Albert Einstein’s Princeton desk taken only a few hours after he died in 1955. Not a computer in sight.

Source: http://0to255.com/

0to255 is a simple tool that helps web designers find variations of any color.

This is nice.

In CSS, HTML

Source: http://www.the-group.net/index.asp?pageid=240

Our online reports directory provides links to the Annual and Corporate responsibility reports of the largest companies in the UK, Europe and the US for the last three years.

Great resource (if you like this sort of thing – and in a twisted way, I do).

Some background here from Frank Harkin at the agency The Group:
http://www.the-group.net/blog/index.asp?blogid=274

Source: http://royal.pingdom.com/2010/04/08/the-modern-browser-wars-how-well-firefox-ie-and-chrome-succeed-in-getting-their-users-to-upgrade/

How quickly do Firefox, Safari, or Google Chrome users upgrade their browsers when new versions arrive?

Interesting post. via http://boagworld.com

Source: More Web Inspector Updates

A number of exciting new features have been added to the Web Inspector since our last update. This time, we’ve got three new panels to present: a Timeline, Audits and Dedicated Console. But before we go there, let us give you a brief update on the improvements to the existing features.

via http://daringfireball.net

In HTML

Source: http://apirocks.com/html5/html5.html#slide1

Slideshow-style presentation on HTML5 made using HTML5.

Source: YUI 3

YUI 3 is the next generation release of the YUI Library.

In CSS

Source: Source

This document provides guidelines for optimizing CSS code for use in the Mozilla UI.