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WhatCSS:

Dramatically decrease your page's initial CSS load. WhatCSS.info automatically generates a minified version of the bare minimum CSS a user needs to begin interacting with your site. [more inside]
posted by ph00dz on Jan 2, 2019 - 1 comment

HamilIpsum

Just a little random text generator using chunks of the musical Hamilton and the WordPress plugin Any Ipsum. Because you can't get Hamilton out of your head AND you have a project that needs filler text.
posted by epersonae on Jun 30, 2016 - 0 comments

Awesomelytics: cross-site real-time and historical web analytics

In addition to standard web analytics features — view detailed visitor information in real time on a world map, analyze historical information on visits, record events, and so on — Awesomelytics lets you retrieve visitor events on any of your properties from any of your other properties when you install the tracking code on multiple websites. This allows you to follow your users as they move between your sites and act on information gleaned on your other websites. Installation is straightforward and is documented for various platforms. A WordPress plugin is also available.
posted by quarantine on Jul 6, 2015 - 2 comments

Shoot the Rancors!

Shoot the Rancors! is a retro arcade-style game implemented in pure CSS — no Flash or Javascript — as an exercise to see how far CSS can be stretched and abused. Players proceed through levels of shooting moving Rancors (from the Star Wars films), with all user interaction, transitions, animations, and level progressions implemented in HTML and CSS3. It should work cross-platform on modern desktop browsers.
posted by quarantine on Nov 15, 2013 - 0 comments

Pieces of ourselves found in the memories of our ancestors

Found in the Past is a blog dedicated to sharing the history of, and stories about, a family. [more inside]
posted by christopherious on May 18, 2013 - 1 comment

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