Like a Read It Later for CSS geeks. Curated. So you don't have to.

Source: http://www.relpost.com/

Relpost diggs deep to bring you fresh content from the hottest web designers and the coolest blogs serving you juicy, related goodness.

Mmmm nice.

Source: http://googlemobile.blogspot.com/2010/04/google-services-on-ipad-and-tablet.html

Here at Google we’re really excited about the promise of tablet computers, which will be great for browsing the web and using apps. We’ve been working hard to optimize our services for the new format – larger touchscreens, increased portability, rich sensors – and we’d like to share some information about our progress so far.

Source: http://www.typography.com/email/2010_03/index_tw.htm

via Cameron Mollvia Cameron Moll:

Hoefler & Frere-Jones:

Here are four tips for navigating the typographic ocean, all built around H&FJ’s Highly Scientific First Principle of Combining Fonts: keep one thing consistent, and let one thing vary.

Positively bookmarkworthy. This is great stuff, and the examples are top-notch.

In CSS, HTML

Source: http://www.findmebyip.com/litmus/

Handy resource.

Source: IxEdit

Useful prototyping tool

Source:http://www.lost-in-code.com/programming/jquery-auto-iframe-height/

This article will show you how to automatically adjust the height of an iFrame to the height of the content inside of the iFrame with the use of the jQuery JavaScript library and the jQuery autoHeight plugin.

Designing with progressive enhancement

Source: http://www.filamentgroup.com/lab
Link: Designing with progressive enhancement

Great book from a super-sexy outfit.