30/05/2013 3 Comments
articles tagged: inspiration
16/05/2013 2 Comments
Just read this excellent post from Chris (via WDW) – read it and be inspired ;-)
07/05/2013 No Comments
Wow, this takes my back to my early days of refining my web skills, learning coding and joining the web community in promoting CSS ~ how time flies… from those days, I will forever remember Dave Shea and Molly Holzschlag, alongside many others, and thank them for guiding my path into web standards and the beauty of CSS :)
In his blog post “10 Years” – Dave revives this concept, asking for new submissions to now work with more advanced designs – exciting & fun!!! :) Who wouldn’t want to contribute to this…
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25/03/2013 No Comments
Though you will have seen Anna Debenham’s new website by now – I just wanted to share this and few more links – well worth a read :) Anna is one of the bright spirits on the web – clever, talented, open, driven and an inspiration to us all. If you are not following her work already – do check out the following links, lots of useful info, tips and insights.
Thank you for sharing, Anna :)
- game console browsers
- A List Apart: Testing Websites in Game Console Browsers
- Unfinished Business (podcast, co-hosted with Andy Clarke)
- slides on speakerdeck
17/12/2012 Comments Off
Recently charity: water, Authentic Jobs, and Smile Generation travelled to Ethiopia together. Cameron Moll, founder of Authentic Jobs, and his wife were privileged to be part of that trip. And two very special guests came along, as well.
16/12/2012 4 Comments
In a town that is built on a landfill, where life seems to revolve around the trash that is hauled in daily, the children of Cateura, Paraguay are providing the world with a little perspective, and a lot of hope.
The ‘Recycled Orchestra’ is an orchestra of schoolchildren in Paraguay who perform on instruments created from the trash piled in the landfill around them. With most of the residents of Cateura working at the landfill, including many of the children, there was little else that the town could offer the young people. Favio Chavez, an ecological technician at the site, wanted to change that by providing something more for the children.
quoted from the article "Child orchestra performs with instruments made from trash" on psfk.com
What a truly inspirational story! Make sure to check out the project's page on the Creative Visions Foundation site.
Thanks for @akaafele for the link.