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***Johnny Author***

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***Image caption, description***

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`var name = "John Doe";`

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function foo() {
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Opoloo's Link Digest

01 "Ghosts in the Machine"

by Maddy Myers / Medium

A short story about gaming, and ultimately about life — about playing, killing & being killed, cheating, love, ambitions, passion, oblivion.

Read it.

02 "Do as Little as Possible"

by Lyza Danger Gardner / A List Apart

What we actually talk about when we talk about "the mobile web" and how to work with it. An appeal for simplicity and elegance, beautifully put by Lyza Danger Gardner.

Read it.

03 "Why Designers Need to Craft Words Not Pixels"

Jeffrey Zeldman, interviewed by William Channer for DRT

Jeffrey Zeldman might be the only person in the world who could rightfully name himself something like "web guru". In this delightful interview about writing, content, copy, frames, and naturally the web, he does what he does best: communicate.

Listen to the interview.

04 parallax.js

by Matthew Wagerfield & Claudio Guglieri

An open source project that shows you what parallax is up to these days, which is an awful lot. Get blown away.

Check it out.

05 Stormur

by Sigur Rós

Iceland is a place for stories, and Sigur Rós know how to tell them beautifully. For their song "Stormur", they made an ever-changing, interactive music video with instagram videos shot by their fans.

Watch it.

(Thanks, Jo Chapman, for pointing this out to us.)

06 Upload Preview jquery plugin

by Max Boll / Opoloo

Our very own Max Boll made a jQuery plugin to easily preview your uploads — live — before they're actually uploaded to the server. Open source, of course.

See it & fork it.

Publication Paradigms for Longform Web Content

Transitioning from a blog to an online magazine

Lines 1.0 – Simple Responsive Publishing for Ruby on Rails


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