I decided it might be cool to try and organize a summary of cool things I have seen or done online each week.
First thing on my list is the reason I got this idea. By trying out Evernote online. It is a very cool little tool for capturing things you find on the web. I installed the desktop client, but the Web Clipper seems to be what I am in need of.
Create your own WordPress Theme
One of the sites I like is Nettuts. They have a nice little Tutorial about how to create your own WordPress theme from scratch. I really want to do this. Check it out here:
CSS Swiss Army Knife?
I think every developer should have a CSS Swiss Army Knife in their toolbox. This was written at Pathfinder Development here.
I like free (Magazines)
A list of 30 free PDF magazines here
What does CS4 look like?
A look at Illustrator CS4 done by VectorTuts.
And a look at Photoshop CS4 done by PSDTuts.
Money for digg
I have always been a fan of digg.com. Looks like they are doing well. I can’t wait to see what comes about for them now.
Adobe, Open Source, and Flash
Android and the future of phones
The T-mobile G1 took off this week and that has been creating a lot of buzz. There is a ton of stuff all over about that. Looks like it’s going to be best to wait and see what the next gen. Android phones will bring. I like the idea, and I have not gotten an iPhone yet so…
Apple Insider has a nice little comparison article here.
Webkit is the first to pass the Acid3 test.
Chirs Coyier from css-tricks.com wrote this article about this thing he calls the Toolbox CSS. I think it’s a great idea.
Adobe extends Photoshop to mobile phones
Mobile and Cloud computing are major right now. This is just more proof to back that up.
20 Sites You’ll Love if You’re New to the Web Industry
I am already subscribed to most of these site’s RSS feeds, but it’s good to have a nice list for you.
Visually Stunning Portfolio Presentation – Marius Roosendaal
Creattica Daily featured this very nice Portfolio site. I only hope to get this to something close to that caliber.