daily links

  • Setting subheads with CSS | The Typekit Blog
    Subheads are typographic devices that establish content structure for the reader, providing a short overview of the content that follows. We can use them as points of visual interest or as simple navigational aids that gradually disclose the content. However, default subhead styles rendered by the browser can be too generic. If you’re looking for some variety, you can achieve some interesting effects with a pinch of CSS.
  • Fefes Blog
    JP Morgan findet, die Verfassungen in Europa sind alles unzeitgemäße linksradikale Kommunistendokumente und müssen mal dringend neugemacht werden. Die haben da so kommunistische Elemente wie Gewaltenteilung drin, wo am Ende das Parlament mehr Macht hat als die Exekutive. Das geht ja mal GAR nicht!
    "it’s the first public document I’ve come across where the authors are frank that the problem is not just a question of fiscal rectitude and boosting competitiveness, but that there is also an excess of democracy in some European countries that needs to be trimmed"
  • GoldBug – Secure Instant Messenger
    GoldBug is a secure Instant Messenger. You can be sure with using GoldBug (GB), that no third party can look into your chat communication. Private user-to-user communication remains private. GoldBug (short: GB or GBIM) therefore uses strong multi-encryptio
  • Peculiar
    Peculiar is a free icon package made only in CSS. It was created for sites and web applications that depend on fewer HTTP requests as possible or don’t need to use any image at all. The package contains 45 pictograms that are available in 16² pixels size.