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thenextweb:

Just ordering pizzas is not enough though—the company wants you to have fun while you do it. Domino’s has released Domino’s Pizza Hero on the App Store, a free iPad game made by the advertising agency CP+B that takes you through 11 levels of making pizzas as a Domino’s employee and even lets you order the real-life version of your very own virtual pizza if you live in the United States.
 (via Prepare Pizzas in iPad Game from Domino’s)

Heh. What next? A “make a bowl of cereal” app? I jest, this is very clever and I’m gonna have to try this out.

thenextweb:

Just ordering pizzas is not enough though—the company wants you to have fun while you do it. Domino’s has released Domino’s Pizza Hero on the App Store, a free iPad game made by the advertising agency CP+B that takes you through 11 levels of making pizzas as a Domino’s employee and even lets you order the real-life version of your very own virtual pizza if you live in the United States.

 (via Prepare Pizzas in iPad Game from Domino’s)

Heh. What next? A “make a bowl of cereal” app? I jest, this is very clever and I’m gonna have to try this out.

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We’re pleased to announce a wide range of new features and enhancements – including HTML5 support – coming in Kindle Format 8 (KF8). KF8 is the next generation file format for Kindle books – replacing Mobi 7. As showcased on Kindle Fire, KF8 enables publishers to create great-looking books in categories that require rich formatting and design such as children’s picture books, comics & graphic novels, technical & engineering books and cookbooks. Kindle Format 8 replaces the Mobi format and adds over 150 new formatting capabilities, including fixed layouts, nested tables, callouts, sidebars and Scalable Vector Graphics, opening up more opportunities to create Kindle books that readers will love.

I knew I made the right choice for sticking with the kindle app over nook and iBooks. THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE! “heeeeeeeere we are..masters of the universssssssse”

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Introducing “Raven”, a Mac OSX specific browser
This certainly changes the game a bit. I’m quite impressed with the ui. It has a myriad of features like a smart app sidebar and a web app store similar to Chrome’s. I think I’ll try it out. You can get a review of the new browsing experience from The Next Web. One thing that strikes me curious, I can’t figure out what engine this was built on. Is this webkit? Or something entirely new? I would assume webkit.
Check out the browser’s site here.

Introducing “Raven”, a Mac OSX specific browser

This certainly changes the game a bit. I’m quite impressed with the ui. It has a myriad of features like a smart app sidebar and a web app store similar to Chrome’s. I think I’ll try it out. You can get a review of the new browsing experience from The Next Web. One thing that strikes me curious, I can’t figure out what engine this was built on. Is this webkit? Or something entirely new? I would assume webkit.

Check out the browser’s site here.

Source: thenextweb.com

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Full-height app layouts: A CSS trick to make it easier

Native application UIs tend to slice up the screen both horizontally and vertically into a nested set of panels, some of which may scroll/resize, others being docked against particular edges of their parent panes. So, what’s the robust way, with HTML/CSS, to set up a nested collection of panes that exactly divide both the width and height of the browser window? works on all browsers back to IE 7

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Full-height app layouts: A CSS trick to make it easier

Native application UIs tend to slice up the screen both horizontally and vertically into a nested set of panels, some of which may scroll/resize, others being docked against particular edges of their parent panes. So, what’s the robust way, with HTML/CSS, to set up a nested collection of panes that exactly divide both the width and height of the browser window? works on all browsers back to IE 7

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Oh wow, someone's actually reading this? OK, this is happening. My name is Alex and I'm a designer with slight anti-social tendencies. I'm black, live in the DFW metroplex, work at an ad agency, and drink alone in the dark on week nights. While being black, I write this blog as a creative outlet when not starting flame wars over the best episode of Battlestar Galactica (Gaeta's Uprising or The Final Five Revelation of course). I share interactive & design inspiration, the latest in pop culture, movies, and general nerdery.

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