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Kindle Fire from Amazon, one of the hottest tablet these days, is finally available. Based on the Android platform, this tablet differentiates itself from few tablets out there because of the integrated Amazon services, manifested in its completely different UI than other Android devices. (ariya.ofilabs.com)
Jason Grigsby has blogged a lot about responsive images over the last few months. He explains he is keen to get the ball rolling on the preparse idea unless someone points a major flaw with it. (cloudfour.com)
Clients sometimes need a little push in the right direction and be taught about the mysteries of web design. Paddy Donnelly and Jack Osborne, the brains behind Wee Nudge, address 10 touchy subjects to show you how to do it. (netmagazine.com)
If you want to use an image in your responsive web design you can use fluid images. But there is another way. You can set a maximum height and crop the image. Ivo Herrmann explains it nicely. (solemone.de)
Tools / Resources
Over the last few years Marc Edwards has built a small set of Actions that he uses daily. He explains that they don’t save much time individually, but they do seem to reduce the cognitive load a little by removing the need to remember best practice for each step. (bjango.com)
Another great read from Alex MacCaw (frontend developer at Twitter). This time it’s about his 1 year long holiday. AWESOME READ!! (alexmaccaw.co.uk)