By now, most people have probably heard of Forecast.io. It's an impressive web application by the folks that make Dark Sky. Forecast.io is so good that it has become my most used weather "application" on iOS. It is gorgeous, accurate and packed with information.
If you're a weather nerd, there's another service called Lines and it provides the same wonderful experience except with a focus on trends.
The trend lines are projections from all of the major weather service providers and cover temperature, precipitation, wind, humidity and pressure. The Lines interface is uncluttered and like the default forecast.io web app scales beautifully for iPhone and iPad.
A very attractive package index. I like all of the sidebar filters.
Hulu came to the Apple TV a week ago and I was curious enough to sign-up for the one month free subscription. We attempted to watch one show and the experience was awful. Let me preface this review. I am not a regular TV watcher. I do not watch broadcast ...
I switched this site off of TypeKit @font-face alternatives. TypeKit increased the page load-time by a noticeable amount and since I moved to a static blog system, I'm trying my hardest to keep the site lean.
Here's a brief tutorial on using custom fonts without JS or services ...
I'm being self indulgent, but if you like coming here to read, I'm going to be breaking this site A LOT over the coming weeks. I've already been working in earnest to move the entire site off of WordPress. Today the site was "hacked" or at least ...
I'd like to see Amazon make their landing page look more like this. Seriously, I'm not going to buy a Kindle. Quit asking. My Amazon login experience is starting feel like walking past a cell phone reseller booth in a mall.
By way of link cruising on Twitter
If you are reading this site from an RSS reader then I just blasted you with a bunch of old content. I had to decide between forcing everyone to resubscribe to a new feed or do a redirect of the old feed to the new one.
Personally I find the ...
On Friday, the WordPress instance that Macdrifter was sitting on was subject to a WordPress vulnerability. I was lucky since I had already been working on moving off of WordPress. I was able to undo the malicious WordPress code within a few minutes.
My WordPress installation is self hosted and ...
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