I’m Dudley Storey, the author of Pro CSS3 Animation. This is my blog, where I talk about web design and development with , and . To receive more information, including news, updates, and tips, you should follow me on Twitter or add me on Google+.

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Book cover of Pro CSS3 AnimationPro CSS3 Animation, Apress, 2013

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A Sass color keyword system for designers. Replaces CSS defaults with improved hues and more memorable, relevant color names.

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What Does 20 Years Of Reading Looking Like? (Chapter One)


Estimated reading time: 1 minute

In my case, it looks something like this.

This is a “working pile” as I scan my books into Delicious Library and add cover art and other details: about 1200 volumes, all told. Of course, that does not include library books, magazines, or the few books I still have left in New Zealand, but it is a good approximation. (Design, technology and programming books are not in this pile: they are back at my office.)

Delicious Library is working very well as a cataloging system; I only wish its search routines were a little more precise (finding the particular year of publication for a volume can be difficult when it has print runs over decades, and locating cover art not supplied by Amazon is a Google image search for the book’s title, rather than title + author.)

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