On the Interwebs, number 6

Some websites I have found interesting (in no particular order):

Django tip: Caching and two-phased template rendering — I’ve been wondering for a little while why this isn’t more built into frameworks like Django and Rails. It makes perfect sense! (Though I was going to try it with PHP)

User friendly popup based OpenID sign-in experience — I think this is definitely the direction OpenID needs to go in. Instead of sending people to a completely different page, do the sign in in a pop up window (though I think they should actually use an iframe).

Security Alert: Twitter Porn Names Scam — This is brilliant. A stupid meme that is a disguise for getting your answers to common security questions.

Shifting My Opinion On CSS Animations — I was in the same boat as Jonathan when the Webkit team announced CSS animations. CSS isn’t the place for this! But now I have realized that CSS is the perfect place for “animation effects” that aren’t the behaivor themselves but just make the transitions between styles pretty. CSS is for how it looks!