Remember, remember the fifth of November...
Every Thursday is Tech Thursday where we share a random assortment of technical links we found and liked.
- WordNik is a new API that could finally end the search for a good, free, dictionary API that is not NSFW like Urban Dictionary
- There is a pretty sweet Government Data Hackathon going on in the US right now sponsored by Sunlight, Mozilla, Google, Redhat and Fedora.
- Two new galleries to play with and contribute to. Check the YUI3 gallery and also take a stroll in Flickr's app garden.
- Mockingbird is a wireframing tool that makes it easy to sketch apps and link them.
- Mozilla partnered with font designers to define WOFF, a packed font format for web use.
- Did you know that you can use the RAM of graphics cards as swap memory?
- An interesting stroll down memory lane about why we have an IMG element in HTML.
- It seems that the age-old IE bug of keyboard navigation moving the screen but not the focus is also a Safari and Opera issue and here is a fix. Better would be to file bugs though.
- Cartographer is a thematic mapping library for Google maps.
- DebugBar helps you make debugging in MSIE much easier.
- Disk Inventory X shows you where all that free space on your mac harddrive went.
- Mu is a library to make using Facebook connect much easier.
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