GitHub Resume, Cat, PAC-MAN, Android Design Guidelines, and CSS3 Please

Lots of great links to celebrate spring:

- CSS3, Please! The cross-browser CSS3 rule generator.

- A good document on Android Design Guidelines.

- 5.7M pac-dots eaten and 656 mazes created after only 24 hours, play the World's Biggest PAC-MAN.

- Adapt.js is a lightweight JavaScript file that determines which CSS file to load before the browser renders a page.

- Slides from Chris Heilmann's (@Codepo8) recent talk on accessibility and web innovation.

- Spine is a lightweight framework for building JavaScript web applications.

- How Netflix uses HTML5 to deliver amazing user interfaces.

- Pure awesome cat. Non-stop Nyan Cat.

- Do you think QR code is an eyesore? Here is one way to make it pretty.

- Tutorial on how to create a CSS3 image gallery with a 3D lightbox animation.

- Can't decide on what font to use for your next project? Try the Random Font Combination Generator for inspiration.

- Visit My GitHub Resume and turn your GitHub account into a resume.

And just in time for the holiday weekend: the latest Peeps research!