I've been using Google Hangouts a bunch. It's really pretty great. One on one or group text chat, audio, or video.
Rebecca Murphey with tips on speaking. While posted on “Ladies in Tech,” the advice is good for anyone.
Brian Cooksey goes from "I don't really know what Web Workers are" to "OK I totally get Web Workers.
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Ben Terrill shares some things you can do to improve the experience for your visitors using tablet devices.
Jackson Fox presents some of the options: slide them out of the input, slide them to the right, or move them to tooltips.
Between 2008 and 2013, people's opinion on where the majority of responsibility in mobile design lies has shifted.
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JSbooks is a post from CSS-Tricks
Kevin Foley explains how to build a swipeable gallery on touch devices.
Conditional comments are gone in IE 10. That's good. IE 10 is a very good browser. Feature detection is a better way to go in nearly all cases.
Sometimes you want an image to resize responsively but restrict its height — cropping it then as it widens.
Hover Maester Jenn Lukas sent me a link to PizzaTime.com. We agreed that 1) those are some pretty neat hovers! and 2) it's pretty cool that there is a quality website at all at a domain like PizzaTime.
A new tool by Alex Duloz to help create custom builds of popular libraries and frameworks. Alex made builders for Twitter Bootstrap, underscore.
Jake Archibald put together an interesting and informative quiz about when browsers actually make requests.
A script from Andi Smith that injects a chart of browser support with live data from Can I Use.
John Allsop uses an old iMac and the browser to snap a picture through a web cam and then email it when it detects movement.
calc() is a native CSS way to do simple math right in CSS as a replacement for any length value (or pretty much any number value).
Patrick Kunka demos how fluid grids can be created with percentage widths and justified text.