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Misclick lead me here. Looks surprisingly lively compared to my previous visit!
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I have 100 people in my circles. Three of them are sharing so I guess it's fair to say that G+ is not very lively. I still think G+ could still change it's course, Facebook has gone the share-and-win-spam road while Twitter is a bit lost with it's changing API policy and revenue models. The most annoying thing on G+ is that while I have 24" monitor I'm only seeing 3 updates, compared to 8 on Twitter. I'm still seeing G+ and Twitter as competitors because of their public nature by heart. 
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"The HTTP Overhead of a request & response is often ~1KB, so files smaller than that should definitely be inlined. ... you should almost never inline files bigger than 4KB."

Interesting. The threshold there makes it a tough call in data-uri'ing images in your CSS.
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Along with the Selectors3 REC, CSSWG publishes the First Public Working Draft of Selectors Level 4. Yes, CSS4!

Selectors Level 4 (W3C Working Draft 29 September 2011)
http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-selectors4-20110929/

What's coming? Well, you can finally select a parent of an element. You can change the subject of a selector by putting a dollar sign ($) before a compound selector.

ul > $li > a { background: #eee }

The declaration applies to <li>, not <a>.

Selectors4 adds many more: :nth-match(an+b of selector) for more conditioned structural matching, :matches() for less-verbose selector declaration, etc.

Some new selectors (like :matches() or :any-link) originated in vendor extensions (:-moz-any() or :-moz-any-link). I hope this time it won't take more than 10 years to be finished.
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Developers, Designers, Project Managers, QA, as seen by each other (h/t the sys admin @ work)
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The more I read these, the more sure I'm to stick with Snow Leo for a while still
The primary features of Lion seem to be:

- Constant Spotlight indexing (using a lot of CPU and causing my fan to run all the time).
- Buggier, slower Finder.
- Decreased performance across most apps -- most notable, Chrome (by far the most important app I run).
- Less disk space, probably due to the new boot partition. My startup disk is now constantly full since I only have a 128GB (SSD) disk.

I guess I like the new Mail client, though.
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Google+ now also for iOS. A really nice app but still Twitter has all the content..
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