Recopilación de 90 enlaces interesantes

Estos son unos 90 enlaces que he agregado en del.icio.us recientemente. Una nueva selección de enlaces muy diversos en los que hay un poco de todo: ebooks, edición de imagen, editores de texto, tipografía, edición de imagen, arte generativo, autoedición, código y desarrollo web, servicios en la web,  ilustración…

La amplia oferta de clásicos de la literatura que pueden descargarse gratis de la página de Kindle en Amazon

  1. eBooks Kindle en español gratis en la Tienda Kindle
  2. Cómo utilizar la utilidad de muestras de color en el Mac OS X
  3. PhotoLapse -un conversor de jpg a avi gratuito. Es portable (no necesita instalar ni modifica el registro de Windows). Para crear fácilmente una secuencia timelapse o una animación stopmotion a partir de una serie de imágenes jpg en una carpeta.
  4. TitanPad -
  5. MoPad -
  6. Etherpad Lite -
  7. Piratepad – un clon de la herramienta colaborativa de escritura EtherPad.
  8. Sync.in – “Conferencia” de documentos en tiempo real basada en EtherPad.
  9. Studio Sketchpad – Processing on Etherpad –  un estudio para crear diseños experimentales, basado en Processing y EtherPad. Aquí EtherPad se emplea como un entorno de desarrollo ligero para la creación (o co-creación) de los pequeños programas visuales que se escriben en el lenguage Processing.
  10. Stunning Infographics and Data Visualization – Noupe -
  11. Uninstall Flash for Mac OS X in Seven Easy Steps [How To] -
  12. HTML5 Rocks – A resource for open web HTML5 developers – updates, tutorials, slides, resources…
  13. Lightweight Browsers -
  14. JPGVideo – otra herramienta para crear un video a partir de imágenes JPEG del mismo tamaño.
  15. How to Create a Claymation or Stop-motion Video -
  16. Typeforge | Open Source Type Design -
  17. Booktype – La plataforma de código abierto para escribir, publicar e imprimir libros digitales.
  18. The Graphic Mac – reviews, tutorials and commentary about Mac, Adobe design programs, resources…
  19. Design Kindle: Free Premium Web Design Resources –  offers hundreds of design elements you can use in your web and multimedia projects. Most are free of charge and come in layered Photoshop file format.
  20. How to create customized OS X Mail stationery in Snow Leopard -
  21. Dive Into Python – a free Python book for experienced programmers. You can read the book online, or download it in a variety of formats. It is also available in multiple languages.
  22. Pyschools – website designed to help you in your learning of Python Programming Language. You will need a Google Account to start your learning journey.
  23. GIMP Scripts – repository of GIMP plugins and scripts.
  24. The Texturize plugin for The GIMP – creates large repeating motifs (optionally tileable)
  25. Liquid Rescale GIMP plugin – A very, VERY useful plugin that, in the words of the developer,”[Liquid Rescale] aims at resizing pictures non uniformly while preserving their features, i.e. avoiding distortion of the important parts”. It does exactly that, you can rescale an image with little or no distortion.
  26. Palette Generator for GIMP – It generates a palette by following the harmonic schemes of color: monochromatic, complementary, triadic, tetrad and analogous.
  27. GIMP FX Foundry – More than a hundred scripts for Gimp – in a separate menu “FX-Foundry” – a wonderful add-on
  28. Gimp – Du gris CMJ pour la BD – chez Calcyum – Infographie open source
  29. LinuxCommand.org – : Learn the Linux command line. Write shell scripts.
  30. Sweet Home 3D – a free interior design application for Windows, Mac and Linux. It helps you place your furniture on a house 2D plan, with a 3D preview.
  31. Mouthwatering Collection Of jQuery Plugins And CSS3 Tricks -
  32. Fix Picture – free online website utility to quickly resize, rotate, flip and apply effects (automatic levels and contrast, grescale, sharpen, sepia).
  33. opsound: free love, free music – a gift economy in action, an experiment in applying the model of free software to music. Musicians and sound artists are invited to add their work to the Opsound pool using a copyleft license developed by Creative Commons. Listeners are invited to download, share, remix, and reimagine.
  34. Nick’s Fonts sources -
  35. Choosing The Best CSS Framework: A Complete Guide -
  36. Vimeo Video School -
  37. Camilo Bejarano -
  38. Chris Sasaki -
  39. The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide To AppleScript | Mac.AppStorm -
  40. DevCheatSheet.com – Cheat Sheets
  41. The Plot-o-Matic(tm) movie script generator – LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION! and voila!  A plot pitch you can take to the bank!
  42. W3Schools – tutorials, references and exemples: html, css, xml languages, browser scripting, sql, php, .net,
  43. Lullatone -
  44. Ten Totally Awesome jQuery Plugins @Website Magazine -
  45. ZwahlenDesign.ch Color Palettes Documentation -
  46. time-tracker-mac – Time Tracker for Mac – track time spent on projects and tasks
  47. jsFiddle – Online Editor for the Web (JavaScript, MooTools, jQuery, Prototype, YUI, Glow and Dojo, HTML, CSS) which displays live results once you edit html and css and apply different properties from drop-down lists.
  48. Cocoa Dev Central -
  49. Mac OS X Developer Library -
  50. MacScripter – includes many tutorials: http://www.macscripter.net/viewtopic.php?id=25631
  51. Mac OS X Automation -
  52. how to use webfonts -
  53. the inkscape tutorials weblog -
  54. Ditto clipboard manager -
  55. Colrd: Create Color Palettes from Chrome, And Export To Photoshop -
  56. 32 Google Chrome Extensions For Smart Designers -
  57. 65 Useful Android Apps for Designers -
  58. unindented/palette-chrome – GitHub – Google Chrome extension that allows you to create a color palette from any image.
  59. colorPicker 0.9 -
  60. Pandoc – universal document converter – Pandoc can read markdown and (subsets of) reStructuredText, textile, HTML, and LaTeX, and it can write plain text, markdown, reStructuredText, HTML, LaTeX, ConTeXt, PDF, RTF, DocBook XML, OpenDocument XML, ODT, GNU Texinfo, MediaWiki markup, textile, groff man pages, Emacs org-mode, AsciiDoc, Microsoft Word docx, EPUB ebooks, and S5 and Slidy HTML slide shows. PDF output (via LaTeX) is also supported.
  61. Useful tools @ThemeShaper Forums –  tools that we recommend for WordPress Theme / Child Theme development.
  62. Google App Engine – Google Code – Google App Engine enables you to build and host web apps (python, go, eclipse, java) on the same systems that power Google applications. App Engine offers fast development and deployment
  63. TinyPy – is a web app similar to DrawBot. It lets you play around with python and think as a designer, fun fun fun. How it works: First of all a needed a server with python. The easiest was to create a Google App Engine . Next steps are fairly easy: send some ajax request with the python code to the server and execute it. On the the server there is a drawing callback wrapper that generates javascript. The generate javascript is send back to the user and draws in the <canvas> html 5 object.
  64. TypeMyType -
  65. typetoken® | Showcasing – online magazine and a journey into the symbolic world of typography.
  66. ikiwiki – Ikiwiki is a wiki compiler. It converts wiki pages into HTML pages suitable for publishing on a website. Ikiwiki stores pages and history in a revision control system such as Subversion or Git. There are many other features, including support for blogging, as well as a large array of plugins.
  67. Org: Your Life in Plain Text – an Emacs Mode for Notes, Planning, and Authoring: Org-mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, doing project planning, and authoring with a fast and effective plain-text system.Keep simple things simple… and do more.
  68. ReText – a simple but powerful text editor for Markdown and reStructuredText.It is written in Python using Qt libraries, able to run on any platforms.
  69. reStructuredText – In this sense, reST is a lightweight markup language designed to be both (a) processable by documentation-processing software such as Docutils, and (b) easily readable by human programmers who are reading and writing Python source code. reStructuredText is sometimes abbreviated as RST, ReST, or reST. On the Web, the home page of reST is http://docutils.sourceforge.net/rst.html.
  70. Paymo – Time Tracking Service –  Free Plan: $0/month, awesome Time Tracking, unlimited Clients
  71. Jorge González – ilustración, cuadernos de bocetos
  72. Maigret covers by Ferenc Pintér -
  73. Wizzywig Comics –  by Ed Piskor – New Comics Every Sunday and Wednesday on BoingBoing
  74. Swiss File Knife – A Command Line Tools Collection for Windows (7/Vista/XP) and Linux/Mac – combines many functions in a single, portable executable that belongs onto every USB stick.
  75. Learning the Mac OS X Terminal – Chris Stone, contributor to “Mac OS X: The Missing Manual,” shows you how to get comfortable using the Terminal application in Mac OS X. His hands-on tutorials will have you punching out command lines in no time at all.
  76. The Ultimate Mac Screenshot Guide –  | General, Terminal, Utilities | Mac OS X Tips
  77. adnX – mac apps -
  78. Nieves Catalogue -
  79. Justin Mezzell – a nice collection of work up on his site. I really dig his flat, straight-forward layouts working together with bright colors and warm textures.
  80. The macosxhints Forums – OS X Help Requests,Applications,Classic,Hardware and Peripherals,Networking,OS X Server,System,AppleScript,UNIX – Newcomers,UNIX – General,UNIX – X11,iHardware Devices,iPad Info Center,iPhone Info Center,iPod Info Center,iOS Products News and Reviews,Working with OS X,OS Xperiences,OS X Products — News and Reviews,OS X Developer,Tweaking OS X / Wish List,General Discussion,The Coat Room, macosxhints
  81. Initializr – Start an HTML5 Boilerplate project in 15 seconds! -
  82. Texter: text substitution in any windows application – Free Text substitution app Texter saves you countless keystrokes by replacing abbreviations with commonly used phrases you define.
  83. Become a command-line ninja with these terminal time-saving shortcuts -
  84. Make – : Projects How-to Projects Library — Electronics, Arduino, Crafts, Solar, Robots
  85. Best of Lifehacker 2011 -
  86. Creating Ubuntu apps with Quickly – PyGTK -
  87. The fure of car sharing -
  88. Rare Type Specimens at the Open Library (2012 update) -
  89. 112 Ocean Drive 1 – Gustav Dejert, illustration
  90. Sergio Membrillas : ilustrador -

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