Tea Geek Wiki

This fella Michael J. Coffey has compiled info on various aspects of tea into a wiki. Worth checking out if you're into the stuff. He also has a blog.

Another recommended site on the subject is the Tea Masters Blog, ran by Stéphane Erler. He writes in english as well as in french; if you don't speak french, use a translator (e.g. Google Translate) and you'll be able to understand most of the articles.


WebKit CSS Transitions

Tested with Safari 3.2.1


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<h1>WebKit Transitions</h1>

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