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A 1:1 scale model of the Aston Martin DBR1/2 that Carroll Shelby...



A 1:1 scale model of the Aston Martin DBR1/2 that Carroll Shelby and Roy Salvadori drove to a Le Mans win in 1959 - totally handmade in the style of an AirFix kit…

by by Evanta Motor Company - AUCTION



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jQuery Mobile 1.2.0 Released

jQuery Mobile 1.2.0 Released:

Introduces a new popup widget, list autodividers, a ‘flat’ visual style for read-only lists, collapsible lists, jQuery 1.8 support, and a lot more, naturally.

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The art style of Disney’s new animated series Gravity Falls is...










The art style of Disney’s new animated series Gravity Falls is so lovely. I’m especially fond of the backgrounds.

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Ale Giorgini - Geometric Retro Movie Posters

Ale Giorgini designed really cool movie posters with a style… Well let’s say it’s a cartoonish-retro-geometric style, and that it’s brilliant ! More movies in the full article !

Ale Giorgini a designé des posters de films avec un style vraiment incroyable, qu’on pourrait qualifier de… Cartoon/Retro/Géométrique ? Dans tous les cas, c’est très réussi, et il y a beaucoup d’autres films à voir dans la suite de l’article !

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Three Leadership Traits that Never Go Out of Style

When I was a kid, the children in our neighborhood would play in a nearby park every evening. Our undisputed leader was a boy barely a year older than I was, I think. He introduced the new kids to everyone, taught them the rules of games we played, and made sure no one felt left out. We also trusted him blindly because he had our backs whenever we messed up.

None of the leadership lessons that I have learned, unlearned, or relearned ever since have left as indelible an impact as the ones I learnt as a child. Three, in particular, stand out:

Trust: Do your team members trust you? Do they accept that you will, without doubt, stand up for them whatever the situation? Only that kind of trust makes people feel empowered, gives them the courage to innovate, take risks, and to push themselves beyond their comfort zones to find success.

David Maister, Charles Green, and Robert Galford, who wrote The Trusted Advisor, outline four attributes on which to assess your trust quotient: Credibility, reliability, intimacy and self-orientation. Take this online assessment to evaluate yourself on this parameter.

Empathy: Did you notice that look of anxiety as your teammate walked into office this morning? Or did you miss it because you were busy fretting about deadlines? Do you treat your team members as human beings, and not just as workers?

Emotional intelligence is widely recognized as a leadership quality, but being transparent about your emotions isn’t. I’m puzzled by the fact that leaders are expected to maintain a stiff upper lip, as the British say, at work. Why can’t we rejoice in our successes, or show concern about our setbacks rather than taking them in our stride? Why don’t we laugh and cry with the highs and lows in the lives of our colleagues? We are human beings, and knowing that our bosses care for us is a fundamental human need.

Mentorship: No matter how talented we may be, we crave the guiding hand, the mentor who will teach us the rules of the game. Pat Riley, the widely respected NBA coach, once said that there was no great player who didn’t want to be coached. The same holds true of work. Would you be where you are today if your first manager hadn’t nudged you in the right direction? When people are perplexed about what the future holds for their organizations and themselves, mentorship is critical.

Little did I know when I was out playing in the shadows of the Himalayas that I was learning some principles that would never go out of fashion. At a time when people everywhere are questioning their leaders’ values, those characteristics seem to resonate even more.

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destronomics:

121-1:

ALEX KANEVSKY:

“I am not interested in style. Style is for fashion designers. They have the problem of maintaining a signature look while trying to fit into this or that general trend. I am interested in neither one of these objectives. If my paintings express my own perception of the world with clarity and commitment, they will always look like they are mine. If my perception or creative process changes, the painting “style” might also change. I just have to let the chips fall where they may and deal with consequences.”

When Steve comes out of the ice, his style changes with him.





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unzappaesque lettering style to deviate the norm #lettering...



unzappaesque lettering style to deviate the norm #lettering #illustration #wlt #zappa #typography (Taken with Instagram)



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Google JavaScript Style Guide

Google JavaScript Style Guide:

A JavaScript style guide to go along with Google’s HTML & CSS style guide

JavaScript is the main client-side scripting language used by many of Google’s open-source projects. This style guide is a list of dos and don’ts for JavaScript programs.



Here are some really good one’s

  • Always use semicolons
  • Declarations with var: Always
  • Use a variable initialized with a Function Expression to define a function within a block
  • Associative Arrays are not allowed
  • Because of implicit semicolon insertion, always start your curly braces on the same line as whatever they’re opening.
  • For consistency single-quotes (‘) are preferred to double-quotes (“)

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Google HTML/CSS Style Guide

Google HTML/CSS Style Guide:

ialreadydontlikeyou:

Pretty decent resource. Nice to see Google’s best practices when it comes to mark-up in front-end web development.

Here are some really good one’s (that I’ve seen used incorrectly around the office before)

  • Use only lowercase.
  • Remove trailing white spaces.
  • Provide alternative contents for multimedia.
  • Omit type attributes for style sheets and scripts.
  • Use shorthand properties where possible.
  • Omit quotation marks in URI values.
  • Use 3 character hexadecimal notation where possible.
  • Alphabetize declarations.

Here are some bad one’s 

  • Omit optional tags.
  • Explain code as needed, where possible. (absolute necessity for JavaScript, but an unreal expectation for markup and CSS, besides your markup and CSS should be simple enough to understand)

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