This new MooTools-based script allows you to pick a specific time by dragging and dropping hour and minute hands. Pretty cool, although I'm not sure it makes picking times on forms much easier.
Former Employees of Google Prepare Rival Search Engine
A novel story, but I don't see Cuil becoming anything close to Google. Neat search engine but Google is just too far ahead.
AJAX-Alexa-Thumbnails: API to Get Site Thumbnails
I've long wanted to figure out how to get site thumbnails. Now Alexa offers site thumbnails via ajax. Awesome.
Transparent PNGs in Internet Explorer 6
Yet another attempt at a solution to fix IE6's PNG problems. Good, but not perfect -- still has position issues.
Auto Twittering is Ridiculous
Chris Coyier rants on how ridiculous it is to auto-Twitter. I agree.
And Just For Fun...
As much as developers now loathe Flash, we're still playing a bit of catch up to natively duplicate the animation capabilities that Adobe's old technology provided us. Of course we have canvas, an awesome technology, one which I highlighted 9 mind-blowing demos. Another technology available...
One event that's always been lacking within the document is a signal for when the user is looking at a given tab, or another tab. When does the user switch off our site to look at something else? When do they come back?
Yesterday I created a tutorial showing you how you can shake an element using Fx.Shake, a MooTools component written by Aaron Newton. It turns out that jQuery UI also has a shake effect which can draw attention to an element.
Exactly the same as...