Here's a collection of choice links for Thursday the thirteenth:
Security article by a couple of Yahoos on Smashing Magazine discussing ways of "Keeping Web Users Safe By Sanitizing Input Data."
How do you visualize 100 GB of Google text data? Take a look at this chart.
Let's step back in time and look at games from 1985.
List of lesser-known Google Labs tools that could be useful to Web developers.
Sometimes you just need to be prepared. How to build an igloo.
Extremely detailed in-car iPad installation instructions on a Ford Mustang.
Folds & Burns - a new HTML5 shooter game by Joshua Perez and Mirtho Prepont.
A beginners and high level look into HTML5.
Getting started in iOS User Interface design.
The anatomy of a WordPress theme in the form of an infographic. The cheat-sheet for how your WP blog works.
Silk, a "Magical interactive artwork" in your browser. An experimental look into generative art.
How to get started in Android app design.
2010 mobile browser stats. In 2010, mobile browsers accounted for 3% of all browsing.
Install the DOM Monster and instantly know about problems with your DOM and how to fix them.
Multi-Mechanize is an open source framework for web performance and load testing. It allows you to run simultaneous python scripts to generate load (synthetic transactions) against a web site or web service.