100 Functional Steampunk Gadgets - From Steampunk Gaming Platforms to Steampunk Toilets By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Jan 19, 2013 Steampunk gadgets are stunning twists to many functional items being produced today. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that is inspired by the fantasy setting of industrialized British Victorian era within a dark post-apocalyptic future. The variety of products turned into steampunk creations vary form small items such as jewelry and USB keys to major purchases such as Victorian cars and event toilets, tailored for the true troopers. The marvelous fantasy combination of the olden times mixed with a post-apocalyptic perspective on future is artistic and strikingly intriguing, combining every aspect of architecture, art, fashion and culture. Splasheo Below are a set of animated outros clips you can add to the end of your videos to make them instantly more effective. For example, they'll help you get more views, more subscribers and also more likes and comments... to name but a few benefits. To view them, simply click on their play buttons (click the full screen icon on the video if you want to see a bigger version). And to download them, simply click on the download button. Outros (Call To Action Clips) The Subscriber Multiplier Booster Add the "Subscriber Multiplier" outro to your videos if you want to automatically prompt viewers to subscribe to your channel and get updated whenever you upload fresh new content. Our tests show a 220% increase in subscribers compared to the previous average! Would you like to have a custom outro with your own text, logo, images and music? The Buzz Creator Booster Add the "Buzz Creator" outro to your videos if you want to automatically get more comments and likes on your videos. The Socializer Booster
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My Fanciful Muse: August 2010 I had so much fun creating my first piece of Steampunk art, that I started looking around to see what else I could alter. My hubby tossed me an old 2 GB flash drive he no longer used and told me to go to town on it - so I did. My altered art Steampunk USB Flash Drive Pendant. (Wearable art and a functioning flash drive - I just love a multi-tasker.) I wanted to be able to wear the flash drive as a pendant but needed it to be usable too, so I created it so it attaches via a magnetic connector to the necklace I will wear it on. So, How did I do it? This is what I had to start with. The First Challenge I had to figure out how to get little bugger apart without destroying it. (A tiny flat head screwdriver was gently used to pry it open.) Next I cut out the company logo to create a "window" for my Steampunk display of cogs and wheels and watch parts. I used several types of paint to alter the look of the pieces. I rubber stamped a funky pattern onto the silver metal to give it an engraved look.
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CSS variables Weeee, CSS variables just landed in WebKit, this is pretty exciting! Unfortunately I couldn't see them in action in WebKit nightly (must be something I'm missing), but they're here and here to stay. I know there are "purists" that say that stuff like variables has no place in the language and we don't really understand CSS, it's different, etc, etc. But once W3C has a modest proposal and one major engine is implementing variables, then this is where we're headed. Syntax So the basic idea, according to W3C is this. This is a declaration of the variable my-color. Then you use it like: And the .thing gets the color #fad. In WebKit Webkit currently uses a -webkit vendor prefix which makes the whole thing more verbose: There are many examples for your browsing pleasure in the form of test files in WebKit's repo Future It's here. Exciting times!