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Coda File-Sharing

Do you like the idea of collaborative coding but don’t need the power of Git or Subversion? Then share files and work with others in real-time on your local network, or anywhere else on Planet Earth using Panic’s Coda editor. It’s lightweight collaboration without the learning curve and overhead of version control.

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MODX TinymceWrapper Extra

Rarely does a plugin come along that completely changes my expectations of basic CMS functionality. But TinymceWrapper may be the tool for using a rich-text editor and file manager with MODX.

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Professional Web Designers Code. Don’t They?

How effective would you be in your daily life if you lacked basic reading comprehension, or didn’t understand the rules of your native language? Why would it be any different for a professional Web designer with the most fundamental tools of the trade: HTML and CSS?

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CodeKit: My Front-end BFF

A look at one of the two most useful front-end development tools I currently use. If you work with front-end code using any kind of framework or preprocessor, then CodeKit just might become an invaluable set-and-forget tool that helps you work more quickly and efficiently.

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Design Is a Job by Mike Monteiro

A look at Mule Design co-founder Mike Monteiro’s highly regarded book Design Is a Job. The review focuses on a few key areas that were of special interest. Specifically on the importance of approaching your clients and work first as a business owner, not an artist or designer.

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Tombow Mono Professional Art Pencils

My first look at the Tombow Mono Professional graphite art and drafting pencils. Is it the equal of the legendary Mono 100? Either way there’s no denying the Tombow’s are near the top of the graphite pencil list.

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