Hey, I’m Felix Koppe
I'm a technophile designer, developer and creator. You’ve found my personal slice of the internet – enjoy your time while you're here.
I've been online since 2000. Since then the internet changed a lot and meanwhile I've found a ton of cool things. This is the place I want to share some of them. Use the search below to filter by title.
How we clone a running VM in 2 seconds
Interactions will become transactions
Is this where the web will go?
Use Google like a pro
Googling is one of the most important skills for every developer
Le Corbusier as I Knew Him (1977)
Embrace the Grind
Magic and Tech
This is the final motherf***ing website.
Automate your development and release process
The zombie economy and digital arm-breakers
Nice read from Cory Doctorow
React and D3
Visualising Data on the web
Font Rendering 101
this is why your design looks blury
Emoji under the hood
How to emojis
Next-Generation Screen sharing
Miro for Screens
AI names colors much as humans do
So how many times did they have to tweak their algorithm to get this nice result?
Your web font utility belt
glyphhanger: cool command line tool for exploration and subset creation of web fonts.
The ecosystem of the Go programming language
I`m very into go, its so simple to write it. Here is a cool overview about it.
The Invention of a New Pasta Shape
Nobody designs for small iPhone devices anymore
This is what your computer does all day.
Slate Star Codex is back!
The S in IOT is for Security
Pwning the Lamp..
Drop In CSS
check the bookmarklet too!
Find new fonts with fontspark
Great tool for inspiration.
CSS Grid Garden
Learn CSS Grid playful
But give it the care it deserves, and it will last for generations.
In case you need a logo ;)
Cool tool if you need to shrink svgs / optimize it for the interwebs
Cool Podcast with true stories from the dark side of the Internet
In 2020, Two Thirds of Google Searches Ended Without a Click
Optimo Type Foundry
Fonts from Switzerland
The color of anything
single-file distributable web server. redbean can serve 1 million+ gzip encoded responses per second on a cheap personal computer.
Graphics Programming Weekly
I’ve always wanted to get into graphical programming but I always get hung up on creating anything. Shaders feel like black magic to me. Here are some awesome resources on it.
How Bufferoverflows are made
or how to exploit them, back in the 90s
In case you wonder how this website is made.