We always knew that Dropbox–I recently wrote about how I use Dropbox with my clients–would continue to evolve, peopling finding new ways to utilise it. Now we have DropPages, developed by UK developer, Dave McDermid.
The Next Web have a nice little write-up on it.
Source http://droppages.com Found via http://thenextweb.com
The Case & Point is a curated selection of custom type design and lettering created for a specific project or use. Through a combination of short entries, interviews and in-depth features, TC&P provides a platform for type and graphic designers to showcase work that falls outside the sphere of retail type design.
Source http://thecaseandpoint.com Found on http://ilovetypography.com
Take your Wiki where ever you go. Wikilicious. Found on OneThingWell.
Wiki on a Stick (in short WoaS) is a wiki that lives in one self-modifying XHTML file. It’s perfect to be used at home or at office, on your laptop or USB pen drive. It can be used as a personal notepad, calendar, repository for software documentation and for many other purposes; it allows full customization and extension by your own scripts and plugins. It also offers AES encryption of pages.
Sweet website, Display is a curated collection of important modern, mid 20th century graphic design books, periodicals and ephemera. The collection is a source of original items for educational, historical and scholarly analysis. Link found on bumbumbum
Preview words with the fonts installed on your computer. Found by @sthursby
Can’t recall where I saw this link for iDoneThis, one of many websites (if you know which website, let me know.)
As usual, thought I would sign up and give it a whirl. It’s basically a reverse GTD (Getting Things Done), it’s more like ‘WDUGD’ (What Did You Get Done)
Every day they send you an email, asking what you managed to achive with a link to an online calendar. Here you fill in your daily efforts. I got my first email yesterday, but the link didn’t work, so can’t actually say much about it.
Can’t see myself sticking to this, but I can see how it would be of interest to some people.
Just a timely reminder for those of us who don’t have some PHP code that automatically changes dates, remember to change your Copyright date from 2010 to 2011.
I have 5 invites to give out to any person with a website that The Hello Bar would benefit.
First 5 comments will get an invite.