Today it’s day 365 of 2014. The last day of the year. It’s time to wish you all a Happy New Year with a short summary of the Xmas week.
During Xmas I’ve had time to stop, backup a bit and try to rethink web development. I found this nice blog post with a lot of different angels to the development process. 7 principals of rich web applications. // rauchg.com #web #development
While we’re in overview mode it can be nice to take a look at the research projects at Mozilla. // mozilla.org #research
Have you ever wondered why spaghetti snaps into several pieces when you bend it? This video explains the gory details. Secret of Snapping Spaghetti in slow motion.// youtube.com #spaghetti
If you like to stay home studying spaghetti instead of going to a new years eve party, John Oliver has some nice tips.
If you’re still wondering about the spaghetti, maybe it’s time to get some fresh input? A different way of spreading information // plague.io #app #mobile
If you’re planning to change something in 2015, please have this story in mind. 1 island and 29 reindeers
Talking about change. Do you know how much work it is to make a stop motion animation? This is a great time laps to show the effort it takes. The Boxtrolls - Time Lapse End Credits. Petapixel has more about this project.// youtube.com #timelapse
Every new year should be welcomed with a little bit of fireworks. Let’s take a look at the biggest fireworks in the world// youtube.com #fireworks
When you wake up on new years day an feel kind of down, here are some inspiration to get you back up on your feet. Ted.com has some talks to watch when every conceivable bad thing has just happened to you. // ted.com #backOnYourFeet