Skip navigation

Robin Boers

Hypertexting /ˈhʌɪpətɛkstɪŋ/

verb

  1. Constructing a body of hypertext over time—such as with blogs or wikis—with an emphasis on the strengths of linking (within and without the text) and rich formatting.

Check out these message {en, de}coding tools: QBit, ROT-13, Atbash

Some cool modern retrogaming resources:

What makes CSS hard to master. I think I fall into the "group of people who specialise in other technology", but I think I agree.

Oh Shit, Git!?!, 😂 I'm not sure if it'll actually help in a real situation, but it's funny for sure!

Just bumped into Marijn's website, who, in his linkroll, recommended After The Tone. It's truely genius. I bet it took them a lot of work to create that site :)

This guy made some awesome tools to apply old-school filters to pictures, to generate ASCII text and much more! Check his site out.

I never realised how many octocat images GitHub made! Take a look at the Octodex, a gigantic database of Octocat images created by GitHub employees.

Some cool link directories and webrings to look around in:

I had a bit of fun this afternoon: www.windows93.net

Chiptone is a very handy tool for creating video game sound effects. Check it out!

I didn't know digital comics where a thing.

Well, there goes another evening wasted. This ecosystem/physics simulation is way too satisfying to play around in. https://sandspiel.club

Just found this amazing tool (randoma11y) to generate nice color combinations that also have enough contrast.

Relax.

Degheest is the best fucking typeface I've seen in a long time. (exept maybe MSPain). And while you're there, check out the other fonts on velvetyne.fr as well, they're great.

WoW. I needed this (Ad-Link Bypasser) for a long time now. Finally something to get past those STUPID ADFLY LINKS!

Two words: reddit big.

Show this to your friends. Guaranteed laugh. https://pointerpointer.com

If you've got some time to kill superpixelquest.com is a nice little story to watch.

How to not use HTML for dummies: Introducing HTMHell. A collection of bad practices in HTML, copied from real websites.


Beautiful websites 💖

Some amazing personal and portfolio websites on the interwebs. I'm feeling lucky