It’s actually possible to print text upside down using a simple CSS property and works cross-browser today. The property to use is “text-gravity” with a value of “inverse”. … and this is the result: ʇxǝʇ uʍop ǝpısdn ǝʇıɹʍ I’m really surprised to learn that so few people know about this property, and I recommend you to continue reading… Continue reading Upside down text with CSS
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I noticed that engrish.com has a Chinglish section now. For those who don’t know these are English translations in non-English speaking countries and Chinglish is specifically for the ones in China. I thought I’d share some with you. I will try my best to provide you with the correct translation for each. For each plastic… Continue reading Chinglish
If you haven’t watched CSI – the most watched crime show on TV, then you should. I was looking some quotes from the show last night and thought I’d share these: Gil Grissom: A Harvard professor conducted an experiment. Asked a bunch of students to watch a basketball game – count the number of times… Continue reading Quotes from CSI
My coworker just sent me this cutest Firefox poster!! Everyone should get one. I was very enraged by the JSF tag Because it renders the radio buttons with the TABLE tag @_@ instead of something CSS friendly like list or div tags. Fortunately if you use the tomahawk’s version of You can render the radio… Continue reading Cutest Firefox poster!
1. A kindergarten pupil told his teacher he’d found a cat, but it was dead. “How do you know that the cat was dead?” she asked her pupil. “Because I pissed in its ear and it didn’t move,” answered the child innocently. “You did WHAT?!” the teacher exclaimed in surprise. “You know,”explained the boy, “I… Continue reading Why We Love Children