Surf the Dream A discourse of links and articles from Justin Avery

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  1. Min | A smarter faster web browser

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    This is a pretty fast little browser that I can see myself using more and more. It’s light weight and at the moment not the hog that some of the others are (looking at you Chrome on Mac). It doesn’t have anything in the way of dev tools so it’s not practical for work, but for just browsing the web I’m quite enjoying it.

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  2. tmux

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    A program that sits on top of iTerm. It lets you switch easily between several programs in one terminal, detach them (they keep running in the background) and reattach them to a different terminal. And do a lot more.

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  3. Analytics Academy

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    Subscribe to get your free email course! You’ll learn the basics of how to think about analytics and level-up to implementation strategies for what data to collect—each as one lesson per week.

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  4. Toggl

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    Free Time Tracking Software & App, great for keeping on what you’re doing for which projects and it’s FREE”!

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  5. Craft by InVision LABS

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    Craft is a plugin for Sketch and Photoshop that will pull in real content, both imagery and text, to get away from the Lorem Ipsum and see how your designs will really be used.

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  6. tota11y – An accessibility visualization toolkit

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    tota11y is a single JavaScript file that inserts a small button in the bottom corner of your document. (It’s on this very page.)

    The toolbar consists of several plugins that each provide their own functionality.

    Many of these plugins “annotate” elements on the page. Sometimes to show their existence, other times to point out when something’s wrong.

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