Some CSS classes to move your DOM!
Found this via Smashing Magazine
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Artist Andres Amador
San Francisco nativeAndres Amador uses a simple rake to create artworks that can span over 100,000 sq. ft (9,290 sq m). His medium of choice? A sandy beach at low tide. This means Andres not only faces a time constraint to complete his work but an understanding that once the tide comes in, his work will wash away forever. To preserve his amazing accomplishments, Andres captures aerial photos of his work from an elevated vantage point or using a quadrocopter
Lift is a fun new flight sandbox game based on real world physics, where you can build whatever aircraft you like, from a spaceship to a flying whale, and take it for a spin.
The game is still very early in development, so building the aircraft isn’t especially intuitive at the moment and would benefit from an easier to use drag-and-drop style interface. However, once you get the hang of it, it’s great fun building and testing your aircraft. As all the parts you put together are bound by real world physics, most of your creations will be uncontrollable abominations that smash into the ground. That’s where the fun lies in Lift though, it’s great fun messing about with your creations, tweaking your design until it resembles something that can actually fly, then smashing it into a wall.
Creations can then be published and shared with others across the world, allowing you to test some truly weird and wonderful creations. There’s a test course you can fly through, with markers for you to aim for, obstacles to avoid and missiles (as if it wasn’t hard enough!), that you’ll need a decent aircraft and deft throttle control to navigate.
Lift still has plenty of rough edges, but it really shows great promise, it’s a fun toybox that allows you to build, fly and smash, definitely one to keep an eye on in the future.
Too Many Great Tees
Gosh, these T-shirts from Mighty Fine’s Adventure Time Fan Design Contest, including the above staff pick from artist Sara Miscavage, are all too, too much. Even if you’re not buying any (you lunatic), head here and give them all a good look. Congratulations to the winners.
cjbrowne asked: Did you delete your reblog? It's only showing up as a note on the app.
Yeah I realised that I misread the question immediately after posting. The problem is basically how to map a `Thing` to a set of `Categories` which that `Thing` can be contained in, right? I may redo it if I take a break from designing my SQL query builder.
"This is the kind of thing you think about for ten minutes and then say, “Yes, it’s obvious.”"
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Built up a backlog of 300 chrome tabs in OneTab. I’m not allowing myself to visit anything new until I cut it down to ~50.