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Amir Esmann
Social Media Gardener Code in Love Cinematographer
Social Media Gardener Code in Love Cinematographer


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Spring Signale​

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How to Identify Above-the-Fold CSS for Your Website

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Wonderful #Dataviz, D3 and A-Frame ,Landsculpting with Data you can explore it with VR .
From Firefox Developer Al Mossawi.
try to explore the demo with a mobile A-Frame & D3
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Old Tweet Tweet for Grandma 
Some Review note on a old Project .This need some update more Font Ideas and Backgrounds probably new backgrounds to fit not only Grandma style.  But still the simpel and fast  way to build a image out of a Tweet without photoshop for sharing on Google+ Facebook or Pinterest . or the own Blog . Probably Chrismas would be a good time to relase a new version . Collecting on Pinterest under Metafont some Font Ideas .
Facebook dont like the style how it shares the picture need some fine tune too . 
Some Visuals that would could look nice
- Writing in the Sky 
- Carving in Stone wood 
- cooky Font am backbelch

Friend Suggestions are welcome 

Todo: Write a blogpost about it ,-) so lazy in writing 

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These Account has moved ->
Here only only some random Tests  

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Skin detection JS 

Some creative code examples with video
more detailed presentation from Jason about
So what does a programmer do when he cant go abroad on his time off from work? He programs of course! Here is version 2 of my skin detection algorithm in #JavaScript . Make sure you watch in HD otherwise the green squares will look very fuzzy. About this project: So I have started this for fun on a journey of self discovery (see Simple JavaScript skin detection algorithm by Jason Mayes  for v1 - it has come a long way). It now supports what I call "interesting cluster detection" and thus improves upon my original #algorithm as I can now discard noisy data and get #useful data back from the system such as x,y co-ordinates of potentially interesting data along with its bounding box. As you can see it is working pretty nicely and runs as fast as the video. Everything programmed here I have chosen to discover myself from some sense of intuition and bit of trial and error. My reason for doing it this way is to attempt to think outside the box. Too often we are bogged down with pre assumptions or knowledge of a particular field and how something should be made which sometimes can overly complex things and limits truly fresh ideas. I've tried to keep this simple as possible, not using any fancy machine learning algorithms or horrendously complex math so hopefully is lightweight on the computer and easy to understand too. Simplicity is a complex art :-)  Please also note this still a work in progress so it is by no means perfect/finished - I have tonnes of ideas for further developments so stay tuned for updates. Enjoy!

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HTML5 DevTools Screencasting

Something to try out next weekend will come soon 
New DevTools Screencasting & Emulation features!

* Screencasting device to desktop
* Port-forwarding (which will totally change your life)
* Improved emulation (dPR, screensize, viewport, presets)

Great write-up by +Paul Irish

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Google Plus Author Rank Animation

Nice Visual how the G+ Building Machine works 
Though Author Rank may not be fully supported by Google as a ranking metric (yet), building a reputable name for yourself can be just as valuable in your industry or within a certain niche!

Infographic designed by Daniel Dannenberg, from an outline by Kaila Strong
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