Links of interest

Yeah, so you're saying, everybody has their list of favorite sites and blogrolls, and there are tens of thousands of them, all shapes and sizes… So, I'm just going to list a few outstanding blogs and websites from the professional domain, well-known and unknown - the usual list of suspects, and maybe a wildcard or two:

Smashings Apps »
Basically a blog with a lot of samples, examples, tutorials and much more.

A List Apart »
The best: a great resource site for web design.

Design Observer »
Some of the most important writing about design & culture.

Six Revisions »
Outstanding content. A must-read for web developers.

Smashing Magazine »
A weblog dedicated to web-developers and designers.

Webmonkey »
The web developer's resource from Wired.com.

Adobe »
Adobe's site for all their stuff.

Kuler »
Adobe's incredible application for working with color themes.

Quark »
And, of course, the Quark Homepage.

David Siegel's Casbah »
David Siegel's website has been around a long time and provides a wealth of information.

AIGA »
The great, venerable old organization of graphic artists, the American Institute of Graphic Arts, has a superbly designed site, AIGA National.

Mac World Expo »
And, mark your calendars for The Macworld Conference & Expo event in San Francisco this coming January.

Here are all the sites about JavaScript that anyone would ever need:

jQuery »
jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document functions.

Prototype »
Prototype is a JavaScript Framework that aims to ease development of dynamic web applications.

qooxdoo »
qooxdoo is a comprehensive and innovative framework for creating rich internet applications (RIAs).

moo.fx »
moo.fx is a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library, to be used with prototype.js or the mootools framework.

Script.aculo.us »
Script.aculo.us provides you with easy-to-use, cross-browser user interface JavaScript libraries.

Yahoo User Interface Library »
The YUI Library is a set of utilities and controls, written with JavaScript and CSS, for building richly interactive web applications using techniques such as DOM scripting, DHTML and AJAX.


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