I’ve been meaning to post a link to this article from Six Revisions for months.
I’m a huge fan of version control as part of workflow, even in freelance and small shop settings. Nothing beats having a history of all the files you’re developing.
I originally started out with Subversion, but switched over to Git half a dozen years back now. There’s no reason not to be using version control in modern day development.
Why You Should Use Git
This is a cool little effect that could have its place on web sites or web applications. It ends up looking kind of like droplets of mercury on a surface. It definitely has limited application and it has limitations, but it’s cool.
Shape Blobbing in CSS
Regardless, this is a quick and simple way to highlight on rollover (and touch with the JS addition) tabular data.
Simple CSS-Only Row and Column Highlighting
Nice article about using the existing framework of CSS3 selectors to create new instances of selectors.
(Ab)Using CSS3’S :nth-child Selector To Invent New Ones