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Det här verkar intressant. #utrustningsromantik

Det här verkar intressant. #utrustningsromantik

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T.o.m. adm känns rätt okej när man kan dricka vin samtidigt.

T.o.m. adm känns rätt okej när man kan dricka vin samtidigt.

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Mammas julbord.

Mammas julbord.

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God jul @annielinn!

God jul @annielinn!

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Linn klär granen i Arvika

Linn klär granen i Arvika

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Market share on the one hand, developer revenue on the other

the combined app store revenue for iOS devices is almost 6x that of Android Market.

This, combined with the fact that Google actually makes more money on iOS than on Android, is in my opinion the biggest threat against Android in the long run.

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Lunch

Lunch

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Fresh pots!!!!

Fresh pots!!!!

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En hel hög med trevliga födelsedagspresenter!

En hel hög med trevliga födelsedagspresenter!

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TextMate 2 releases a first public alpha

The excitement for a new version has been tremendous and today we’re finally able to repay the much appreciated loyalty and moral support from the community by releasing the first public alpha: TextMate 2.0 alpha (r8930).1

Hell has indeed frozen over!

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Comparison of Twitter 3 and 4

Marco Arment has lined up screenshots from Twitter 3 (formerly Tweetie) and Twitter 4 and makes a comparison of their UI.

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Apple’s Logic Pro makes its debut in the Mac App Store

From Mac World:

Apple made its professional music creation applications, Logic Pro 9 and MainStage 2 (Mac App Store links), available on the Mac App Store on Thursday, making these the last of Apple’s major pro applications to appear at Apple’s direct-download emporium.

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Daring Fireball: The New Twitter (R.I.P. Tweetie)

John Gruber comments on the new Twitter app, for iPhone, Android and the web. I’ve never been a user of the official twitter app (or Tweetie) but I think this quote sums up the transition that twitter is going through. It’s very possible that those of us who has loved twitter for a long time will likely love it less and less as time goes by.

The Twitter service I signed up for is one where people tweet 140-character posts, you follow those people whose tweets you tend to enjoy, and that’s it. The Twitter service this new UI presents is about a whole lot more — mass-market spoonfed “trending topics” and sponsored content. It’s trying to make Twitter work for people who don’t see the appeal of what Twitter was supposed to be. It all makes sense if you think of the label under the “#” tab as reading “Dickbar” instead of “Discover”.

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Make keyboard shortcuts in Coda work with swedish Apple Keyboard

I’ve been using Coda as my primary editor for coding for over a year and liked it very much. However a few of the keyboard shortcuts has not worked for me. I’ve suspected that it is since I’m using a swedish Apple keyboard an a lot of the shortcuts uses keys that have a totally different position on it compared to an american keyboard. It seems this can be fixed easily by changing some OS X-wide shortcuts.

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Map of Moscow’s debut album is released today

Map of Moscow’s self-titled debut album is out. For that, we toast!

Great swedish pop-music (with english lyrics) that makes you wanna dance and cry simultaneously. Check it out!

Also, feel free to check out my pictures of the band from their gig in Falun in the early fall.

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Fantastic art: What children’s drawings would look like if it were painted realistically

Illustrator Dave DeVries has explored the idea of what the result would be if he used children’s paintings as base for paintings. The result is pure awesomeness.

It began at the Jersey Shore in 1998, where my niece Jessica often filled my sketchbook with doodles. While I stared at them, I wondered if color, texture and shading could be applied for a 3D effect. As a painter, I made cartoons look three dimensional every day for the likes of Marvel and DC comics, so why couldn’t I apply those same techniques to a kid’s drawing? That was it… no research, no years of toil, just the curiosity of seeing Jessica’s drawings come to life.

The projects site seems to be down at the moment, so this link post links to Elezea.com, the blog where I found out about this.

Via David Paulsson and Björn Persson on twitter.

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LG rips off the MacBook Air

LG completely rips off the MacBook Air with this ”Ultrabook”. A product designer who does this can’t have any pride in his/her work.

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Snö

Snö

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Keep tweaking, keep iterating

Once again I made some incremental changes to the look of this blog. I’m really not a designer but I will keep pushing those pixels and tweaking the colors, probably for as long as the blog will live. This time I’ve changed the background color slightly, switched the default font and changed the basic font size. Hopefully this will increase the readability on Windows (that totally butched my old font).

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The best thing about the month of X-mas

Christmas is just a few weeks away. This means all kinds of advent calendars one of which is one of the best things about december; 24 Ways. It is, in their own words

the advent calendar for web geeks. Each day throughout December we publish a daily dose of web design and development goodness to bring you all a little Christmas cheer.

(My emphasize.)

So what are you waiting for? Visit 24ways.org or add http://feeds.feedburner.com/24ways to you RSS reader right now.

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Animation with CSS Transitions Made Easy « Aza on Design

This is a good (although old) article on CSS Transitions. Especially the following caught my attention:

You can even add an event listener to detect when the transition has finished:

I haven’t read anything about this in any of the other bazillion articles about CSS transitions that is out on the web. Sound interesting to me.

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