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"I write in spurts. I write when I have to because the pressure builds up and I feel enough..."

“I write in spurts. I write when I have to because the pressure builds up and I feel enough confidence that something has matured in my head and I can write it down. But once something is really under way, I don’t want to do anything else. I don’t go out, much of the time I forget to eat, I sleep very little. It’s a very undisciplined way of working and makes me not very prolific. But I’m too interested in many other things.”

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via Stewf: I guess I write like Susan Sontag.
(From The Daily Routines of Famous Writers via Indra.)

I guess I draw like Susan Sontag and Stewf write.



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Is there a way to search for a particular topic on your blog if I'd like to see organization regarding a certain subject matter (in this case, cowboys/ranch life)?

ed: On the archive page you can search... I don’t think I’ve had much in the way of...

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Ever feel this way? Of course you do. 



Ever feel this way? Of course you do. 



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Socialite.js

Socialite.js:

Socialite provides a very easy way to implement and activate a plethora of social sharing buttons — any time you wish. On document load, on article hover, on any event! If you’re selling your soul, you may as well do it asynchronously. Socialite won’t cause document rendering to hang while waiting for 50kb of social media.

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"We talk about web navigation because “figuring out where you are” is a much pervasive problem on the..."

“We talk about web navigation because “figuring out where you are” is a much pervasive problem on the Web than in physical spaces… Navigation isn’t just a feature of a website; it is the website, in the same way the building, the shelves and the cash registers are Sears. Without it, there’s no there there.”

- Steve Krug, in his classic book on usability, ‘Don’t Make Me Think’ (via dennismfactory)

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Specificity Calculator

Specificity Calculator:

A visual way to understand CSS specificity. Change the selectors or paste in your own.

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Wow Denmark. Way to make the bus cool. Click Closed Captioning...



Wow Denmark. Way to make the bus cool. Click Closed Captioning for sub titles on youtube.



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Stick your landings! position: sticky lands in WebKit

Stick your landings! position: sticky lands in WebKit:

position: sticky is a new way to position elements and is conceptually similar to position: fixed. The difference is that an element with position: sticky behaves like position: relative within its parent, until a given offset threshold is met in the viewport.

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