Weekend Links – mooSlide, Spam-Proof Email Links, JSMiner, MooScroll, Twitter

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mooSlide Revamp for MooTools 1.2

mooSlide is a customizable MooTools-based slider that pops into the page whenever and wherever you'd like. Potentially very useful -- just make sure you aren't covering a bunch of content up (like the demo).

http://www.artviper.net/test/mooSlide2/index.html

Spam-Proof Email Links

MooTools core developer Michelle Steigewalt describes how she uses MooTools to prevent spambots from collecting emails from a website. Of course we all do this in one way or another -- is this better than your method?

http://msteigerwalt.com/articles/2008/07/21/Spamproof

JSMiner

Us programmers love games that make us think, like Minesweeper. JSMiner is a great translation to a web version. Kudos to this person -- seems like a loftly goal but they succeeded.

http://stcamp.net/jsminer/demo.html

MooScroll

MooScroll is an awesome class that allows you to create and style your own scrollbars. These scollbars can be used within any element on the page.

http://greengeckodesign.com/projects/mooscroll.aspx

9 Web Developers That Must Be Followed on Twitter

I've heard of all of the these people which made the list disappointing. I also don't know why you'd follow their Twitter profile instead of their website. Chris Coyier of CSS-Tricks made the list, which is cool. Look forward to seeing me on their next list: 9 MooTools Bloggers (All of Them).

http://nettuts.com/web-roundups/9-web-developers-that-must-be-followed-on-twitter/

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