Great background tracks…
Commodity Place- Walking Lost into The Fog- (Còclea Music)
D.Dozzy & Nuel- D2- (Aguaplano)
Leo Anibaldi- Fusion 1- (ACV)
D.Dozzy & Nuel- A2- (Aguaplano)
Mike Parker- Substratum (Geocentric Mix) – (Orange Groove)
Kassem Mosse – B2- (Workshop)
Brando Lupi- Liquid Garden- (Detune Records)
Deadbeat- Mecca Drum Jack- (Wagon Repair)
Veer- Fieldstrip- (Source)
New World Aquarium- The Games that We Play- (New Religion)
Daniel Stefanik- Reactivity 8- (Statik Entertainment)
D.Dozzy & Nuel- C1- Aguaplano 1111
I prefer Backbone.js. The main reason is,
Evening code session. Soundtrack: TM404’s live set from March 2014. Pretty chill, but keeping the wheels turning…
CSS3 Animation: Listeners
So, there’s CSS, and then there’s animation with CSS. Making markup look good on a page is one thing, but after some time spent working with full page transitions and keyframing animations, I’ve found it gets a little more complicated - quickly.
Here’s a little snippet that I’ve used to help listen for the events that are surfaced during CSS3 transitions. Consider this code snippet:
There are several artists from Ghostly International who produce really captivating works. Glad you like this one, bishopz.
Thanks James for sending me this artist. Really amazing work, check it out.
Up and running
Today I settled on a new home for a my personal site.
After a few years trying to find the time to create some completely custom site / blog / etc to act as a platform for my projects, I’ve decided to go with Tumblr.