This is amazing. You can make your own freakin’ soda. Here’s an excerpt from the CEO:
So once we had the product right, we recognized it wasn’t only the appliance but the syrups. We did a lot of research and we saw that consumers want a healthier soda. Prior to my arrival the company had been using artificial colors and other types of preservatives. We created more than 20 natural syrups and essences that don’t use high-fructose corn syrup or Splenda, and we have regional flavors depending on the market. Italians have a flavor called chinotto, the Swedes have must, the Brits have ginger beer, and Americans have an equivalent to Dr Pepper. Diet cola is our No. 1 seller in the U.S.
Patternify is a simple pattern generator. I built it to save myself the pain of launching Photoshop just to export a 2px by 2px stripe pattern. Not only can you build your pattern online, but with the base64 code, you don’t even need an image file anymore: just include the code in your CSS and you’re ready to go!
That certainly makes my life easier. Though I don’t like using base64, I’m glad they included an image option.
What is Dabble.in?
This is the question that many people are asking having after seen plenty of twitter users see that people are reserving their name(s) on Dabble.in and tweeting “I just reserved my Dabble.in username. Get yours here.”
So the question is what exactly is Dabble.in?
Nobody is certain as to what it is. However, what we do know is that the domain is owned by a developer named Ben Matthew Reyes.
He was tracked down on Twitter and questioned about Dabble.in. Reyes says the site’s tagline is: “Dabble is a place to document and share what [you’re] working on, your Dabbles.” A source says it looked like a design sharing site like Dribbble or Forrst and when asked if the comparison was fair, he said Dabble is still a work in progress.
We really don’t want to define Dabble too much early on as we want to see where the community takes it, almost like how Twitter took off and the users invented the @reply, #Hashtags, etc.
I already reserved several names just in case this things goes big like Facebook and Twitter. I don’t want to be coming up with names other than my own.
Check out Dabble.in!
Wow. This looks great. Already reserved my name.