Enlaces recopilados

Recursos muy interesantes sobre diseño gráfico, desarrollo web y código, wordpress, ilustración, tipografí­a, creatividad, arte, cultura, tecnología…

Esta es una recopilación de los enlaces (75 esta vez) que he ido añadiendo últimamente en mi cuenta de del.icio.us, y que tienen su interés por diferentes motivos. En la página de del.icio.us aparecen todos estos enlaces (y varios miles más), con diferentes etiquetas para facilitar su localización.

  1. Uwe Heidschötter – illustration (en la imagen).
  2. Glogster: make a poster online. It’s free!
  3. Lee White – Illustration
  4. PHP File Upload scripts
  5. Le Conjugueur – conjugaison, grammaire, exercises, jeux, orthographe, règles, nombres, synonymes de la langue française.
  6. The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault (1922 edition)
  7. Old-Time Stories, by Charles Perrault – with some delcious illustrations by Heath Robinson
  8. Scribus Scripts
  9. Preset Pond – your ever-growing resource for free user-created presets and actions for Aperture, Lightroom, Camera Raw and Photoshop. Sign up for a free account and start sharing your presets with the world, or dive right into the existing presets below
  10. Unison File Synchronizer – a file-synchronization tool for Unix and Windows. It allows two replicas of a collection of files and directories to be stored on different hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then brought up to date by propagating the changes in each replica to the other.
  11. Backuplist – a popular Mac OS X “wrapper” application for the new rsync 3.0.8 copy tool. It is a powerful backup application that is simple for novice users and offers many choices for the more advanced user. It makes simple copies, not archives, that are easy to retrieve and can even make a clone of the whole system.
  12. iAlterImage – a nifty Mac OS X utility to crop, scale, size, rotate, convert and rename a single image or a folder of images. It is fast and efficient and very useful for anyone who works with images. How may times have you said, “What’s the quickest way to change this image to a certain size and type without opening using Photoshop?
  13. Word Dynamo – learn language (english) with thesaurus, reference, games, activities – Free Study Guides, Quizzes, Games, and Flashcards
  14. Gamasutra: 2D Game Art For Programmers – ver interesting tutorial about the creation of vector artwork for games and animation.
  15. 20 Essential Infographics
  16. Top 35 Flickr Groups for Infographics and Data Visualization
  17. Rsync Backup @ DreamHost
  18. nvALT 2.1 – Notational Velocity Fork – a fork of the original Notational Velocity with some additional features and interface modifications, including MultiMarkdown functionality.
  19. Construct 2: the visual HTML5 Game Maker
  20. Humor @Manybooks
  21. File tool – File tool is a nice script to automagically create a series of blank files (or filled with some dummy text), from a text list. It can run online, or you can download and set it up on your own server.
  22. JavaRa – Update the Java JRE at the click of a button. JavaRa is a simple tool that does a simple job: it removes old and redundant versions of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
  23. FTP help – DreamHost
  24. color. – a quick way to get hex values from the pantone codes I had. I got tired of having to search the internet so I decided to write this little utility to do the trick. The results update as you type. Once there is only one result found, the background automatically changes to that color to give you a preview. You can also manually initialize the preview by clicking the color bar in the search results. For quick copying, click the Hex code, RGB value, or pantone code in the results table and it converts to a text field with the values selected.
  25. 4sync – Get access to all your files from any place like work, home, airplane and sync all your devices with free 15 GB web storage.
  26. Beast and man in India – a popular sketch of Indian animals in their relations with the people (Open Library)
  27. Cobian Backup – opensource multi-threaded program that can be used to schedule and backup your files and directories from their original location to other directories/drives in the same computer or other computer in your network.
  28. Cwrsync – Rsync for Windows | ITeF!x – a packaging of rsync, ssh client and the required cygwin libraries for Windows. It runs on all versions of Windows.
  29. disambiguity | Observing, reflecting, designing.
  30. 101 – Women and Men
  31. Krikelkrakel – Maike Plenzke
  32. Taking screenshots: how to, tips and links – for Mac OS X and Windows.
  33. Google Chart Tools – Google Code
  34. Google Code Playground
  35. Google in Education
  36. Nidhi Chanani – – Indian Artist and Illustrator – San Francisco, CA
  37. An Illustration-a-Day Blog – by Matt Kaufenberg
  38. goodreads – Share Book Recommendations With Your Friends, Join Book Clubs, Answer Trivia
  39. How iBooks Author Stacks Up to the Competition [CHART]
  40. Innovative Interactivity (II) | Top 50 multimedia packages of 2011
  41. Geographical Association – Gapminder and Worldmapper
  42. E-learning Examples –  — Interactive Graphics, Visual Journalism and Multimedia Storytelling
  43. Google Public Data
  44. Apple – iBooks Author – Available free on the Mac App store, iBooks Author is an amazing new app that allows anyone to create beautiful Multi-Touch textbooks — and just about any other kind of book — for iPad. With galleries, video, interactive diagrams, 3D objects, and more, these books bring content to life in ways the printed page never could.
  45. ZD Color Palettes! ZwahlenDesign – palettes for Gimp, Libreoffice, Inkscape, Agave…
  46. 10 Notepad Tips For Fast Development
  47. HTML Decoder – converts all numeric entities and html special characters to normal characters.
  48. 30 iPad Apps For Designers, Developers And Creative Types
  49. Brushes – iPad Edition
  50. Adobe Ideas – digital sketchbook, letting you capture and explore ideas anywhere you go.
  51. geteach.com – a special Google Earth mashup to teach geography, earth science…
  52. Kno – Over 150,000 eTextbook Titles That You Can Read On the Web
  53. Inkling – Interactive textbooks for iPad. – flexible, interactive publishing platform where the human is at the center of the creative process, not the book. Where the iPad is the canvas, not paper. And as people start to grasp the power of the platform, you’re going to see ever more exciting content inside.
  54. 100 Best Bookmarklets for Writers, Researchers, and Students | MatchACollege.com
  55. 32 Indispensable Bookmarklets for Web Developers and Designers
  56. 6 Free PDF Readers to Replace Adobe Reader
  57. Myth Busters results
  58. The app directory, mac os x – Lifehacker’s App Directory is a new and growing directory of the best applications and tools for various platforms. Scroll down to see our recommendations for Mac OS X in several different categories. To jump to a specific category, just click one of the links below:
  59. Mindbloom | Grow the life you want. – a fun, simple and effective way to improve the quality of your life. Decide visually what’s important, what motivates you and take meaningful action in lifestyle, health, relationships, career, creativity, spirituality, finances…
  60. Flickr: The TiltShiftMaker photos Pool
  61. How to Guides | Script Frenzy – how-to and formatting guides, an inspirational kick in the pants, and nifty icons and flyers. You’ll find handy links to everything in the section there on the left, and here’s a quick overview of each item on the list.
  62. Vernacular Typography – For the past 10 years, Molly Moodward has been photographing environmental typography and organized her images by place and category on VernacularTypography.com. As of now, the website has over 5,000 images of urban typography from 10 different countries, including Argentina, The Bahamas, Chile, Cuba, England, France, Italy, Japan, Spain, and the US.
  63. Webexhibits – an interactive museum of science, humanities and cultures. Exhibits about calendars, pigments, dailight saving time, color vision, poetry, van gogh’s letters, butter…
  64. Pigments through the Ages – detailed pigment histories, recipes – explore how artists have coloured our lives
  65. Harvard Classics – ebooks collection @manybooks
  66. Anki – friendly, intelligent flashcards – makes remembering things easy. Because it is a lot more efficient than traditional study methods, you can either greatly decrease your time spent studying, or greatly increase the amount you learn.
  67. The Skeptic’s Dictionary – exploring strange beliefs, amusing deceptions and dangerous delusions. Offers definitions, arguments, and essays on topics ranging from acupuncture to zombies, and provides a lively, commonsense trove of detailed information on things supernatural, paranormal, and pseudoscientific.
  68. Infographics News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip – Lifehacker
  69. Ivan Castro, caligrafia y lettering
  70. Bookshelf Porn – A photo blog collection of all the best bookshelf photos from around the world for people who *heart* bookshelves.
  71. A Sandwich a Day – @Serious Eats: New York
  72. Playful Learning Experiences
  73. Kosher recipes – The world’s best known kosher trademark, kosher certification, kosher food site.
  74. Mr. Punch’s Cockney Humour – – Project Gutenberg
  75. The Big Book of Nursery Rhymes – – Project Gutenberg

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