“You’ve likely heard the phrase ‘form follows function,’ but have you really thought about what it means or what it implies about Web design? On the surface, ‘form follows function’ seems to make a lot of sense. The way something looks should be determined by its purpose. Is this really true? Does the phrase hold up upon deeper inspection?”—
Link, Mario and any Final Fantasy hero — they’re all out to save the day even if it means robbing from the people they’re out to protect. The heroes will barge in, take whatever they want and leave the defenseless villagers to deal with the consequences. What’s a poor villager to do?
Nothing. Nothing at all.
Position any element relative to any other, or even relative to the window or the mouse.
The button widget creates a themable button from any imaginable element you might be using as a native button. Progressive enhancement all the way.
Now you can make any text input pop up a menu to aid the user in completing a text entry or search box, providing suggestions or allowed values. The autocomplete is designed and built based on the popular Jörn Zaefferer’s Autocomplete.
I am against software patents because it is not reasonable to expect that the current patent system, nor even one designed to improve or replace it, will ever be able to accurately determine what might be considered legitimately patentable from the overwhelming volume of innovations in software.
A few months back at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Sprint launched it’s 4G Overdrive mobile hotspot hub. Today at CTIA Wireless they launched the HTC Evo 4G Android smartphone! We had a first hand preview of the phone and some of it’s features and must honestly say it is a total mobile multimedia hub. This phone has by far the most capabilities of an Android phone to date… trumps the Nexus One.
This is YoruFukurou, a Mac Twitter client from Japan, built by @seabream and @aki_null. It’s a native app for 10.5.8 or 10.6, and packs a lot of features into a nicely self-contained and fairly minimal little package.