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#tdc3231 #ds106 What personality is your font? https://daily.ds106.us/tdc3231/

 

Dear DS106 Daily Create, I type mostly in TextMate, the font is Menio Regular 16. I had to check that. I Do not think I've ever spent much time thinking about fonts. I spend more time thinking about gifs. #tdc3231 #ds106Dear DS106 Daily Create,
I type mostly in TextMate, the font is Menio Regular 16. I had to check that. I Do not think I’ve ever spent much time thinking about fonts.
I spend more time thinking about gifs.
#tdc3231 #ds106

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#tdc3188 #ds106 Make a Phenakistoscope http://youtube.com/watch?v=2rzwdRqsuVM

#tdc3188 #ds106 I now have heard how to pronounce Phenakistoscope (I still can’t say it). This reminds me of a rabbithole @cogdog sent me down and lead to

CSS phenakistiscope

&

More phenakistoscope.

I might have to play again now…

Liked Harper, 1966 HTML Poster | MICHAEL BRANSON SMITH by an author
In the meantime, I’m reaching back to my recent past with the animated posters, but with a new approach. I’m going to try and build a classic movie poster a week using HTML/CSS. The first is Harper, a poster for the 1966 Paul Newman film. I came across it through my Flickr feed of all things.

I always love Michael Branson Smith‘s work/play which I came across via ds106 his animated movie posters are special.

Replied to Checking in with John Johnston on #ds106radio (bavatuesdays)
Back on March 20th I did one of my earlier call-in discussions with Scottish educator, blogger, and tinkerer John Johnston. John has been a long-time participant to the ds106 community, and he and …

Everyone should wake up to a post like this once in a while. Jim through #DS106 and beyond has been a major inspiration of my digital life. Nearly all of the things Jim mentions were directly inspired or improved by DS106.