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Working with base64 and images

I have been working with base64 encoding a lot recently, specifically regarding image files. Using base64 is a cool way to embed images in your CSS, and happens to be useful when writing Django tests that involve an image file field.

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CSS Selectors for eBooks

Do you know Jonathan Kulp? If you don't, you're missing out. He is a cool dude.

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New Django Blog is Finished!

Wooo! How exciting! This is the first post I'm making on the new Django-based blogging engine I've been writing. With this, I think the main FragDev.com overhaul is just about finished.

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@font-face, Icon Fonts, and Gnome Character Map

Just a quick post to mention an issue I ran into while working with @font-face for a recent design.

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Now With IE8 Support!

Notice anything different about this site? …well, hopefully not.

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The Problem With Evergreen Browsers

On the surface, the concept of an "evergreen" browser – a browser that is always updated to the latest version – sounds like a no-brainer. Finally, browser makers have delivered us from the hell that was stagnant browser versions! IE6 is dead, and will never return!

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Light Layout

Not an immense update, but I've changed the appearance of my website to correct a few issues. While the appearance of things has drastically changed, the CSS was only slightly tweaked.

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Getreel; youtube-dl wrapped in a web app

My friend Jezra was recently put into the same predicament that I've been in for the last year and a half. We live in beautiful areas that are full of natural splendor, but very light on the technology front. As a result, we both have our Internet beamed to us from frickin' space via a satellite.

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