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Ryan Seddon
My HTML5 milkshake brings all the browsers to the yard
My HTML5 milkshake brings all the browsers to the yard

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My #cssconf talk is now live!

I talk about crazy uses of :checked pseudo class

Video : [CSSConfUS 2013] Ryan Seddon: Creating Interaction with CSS and Checkboxes

+Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos not sure if you're aware but your ftp servers for seem to be down.

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I got to see this in serrento was beautiful
Abandoned mill from 1866 - Imgur

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Sarychev Volcano Eruption from the International Space Station 

A fortuitous orbit of the International Space Station allowed the astronauts this striking view of Sarychev Volcano (Kuril Islands, northeast of Japan) in an early stage of eruption on June 12, 2009. 
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Hopefully this isn't like the tedious GTAIV
Fortunately I'm long passed buying games based purely on how good the marketing guys can make the short in-game snippets look.


:S I don't no where to look with the new g+ seems to busy. My eyes keep darting around.

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The human brain is a remarkably efficient engine of visual processing. Even short 1-second shots can reveal an incredible amount of information, and recall one of the most extraordinary voyages of exploration in human history.

Presented here is the first manned mission to the Moon, July 1969, in 100 one-second increments.

Take a minute and a half and enjoy the voyage once again.
via Spacecraft Films on

#sciencesunday  +ScienceSunday 

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As a Chromium developer, whenever you change something in the source code, some bots run automatically and make sure you didn’t break anything.
That’s a good behaviour, but sometimes you’d like to trigger these bots manually. That’s why you make some “fake” changes into a dedicated file for this.

Chromium Team had a cool idea about these “fake” changes: Why not make a story of it? Idea is pretty simple: Each time you make a change, add one sentence.

You can actually read the ongoing story at

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