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widely inspired

Everyday I keep looking for stuff that will inspire me to make cool new things.


If you’ve been following Nigel Godrich, you can probably notice what he does with reverbs. There’s no doubt they are all IRs with big predelay and damping, but the quality and the use of them is absolutely amazing. 

Just listen to House of Cards by Radiohead

Or even better check out Fleet Foxes performing English House on From the Basement TV:


Hahaha :D +1 on that!

I propose a new standard ajax loading indicator

Hahaha :D +1 on that!


I propose a new standard ajax loading indicator


It’s very rarely that I see a website that good.

I’m not a fan of that kind of blue, but in this case it works so well.

The menu and the separate pages are designed to perfection.

I recommend visiting the “hiring” page.

In general, very inspiring.

check it out : http://culturedcode.com/

New Firefox “Inspect element”

I’ve been using Chrome’s element inspecting feature for a long time now. Firebug is good, but not as good as Chrome’s engine and definitely not as fast.

New Firefox Aurora on the other hand beats it all. It’s fast and super responsive and that 3d view (ohmigod) :o

And a little video

(Source: webmonkey.com)



I’m Mati and this is what I do everyday: 

First of all, I code. I code in PHP. I’ve been doing that for the last 10 years or so. For the last 5 years I’ve been mastering the beautiful art of WebDevelopment. So now I’m all about CSS3, HTML5, jQuery and all that goodness.

Another thing that I do is mixing and mastering other people’s songs. I started doing that quite some time ago, but the last 2 years have been the most intense. Just this year I’ve done over 120 masters.

I have a Polish independent label called Concrete Cut that I run with Dana Dramowicz (Artfruit). We release only Polish artists and we had 11 releases so far. You can check it out at concretecut.pl

I take photos. I’ve been constantly learning how to do it for the last 10 years. I started with Zenit cameras, then there was Canon EOS cameras, later Nikon D70 and now D90. You can check some of my photos on on my flickr.

Lately I started translating technical documentation. It’s fun, because you can learn about cool new devices.

So as you can see I’m a pretty busy dude. I do all those things, because they are inspiring in one way or the other. And that is what this blog is about.