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Updating blog links

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The placement of close buttons and modal action buttons generally ignore the user's operating system and enforce whatever the developer feels should be the standard. It's presumptuous and confusing.
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- <a href="#" target="_blank">Read the Blog Post</a> <a href="OSCloseButtons/index.html">See the Demo</a>
+ <a href="http://taitems.tumblr.com/post/28254968490/ux-lab-10-11-12" target="_blank">Read the Blog Post</a> <a href="OSCloseButtons/index.html">See the Demo</a>
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<span>User Experience</span>
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Simple, non-stacking, non-chaining notifications inspired by Flipboard and other iOS applications.
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<p class="itemLinks">
- <a href="#" target="_blank">Read the Blog Post</a> <a href="FlipboardNotify/index.html">See the Demo</a>
+ <a href="http://taitems.tumblr.com/post/28254968490/ux-lab-10-11-12" target="_blank">Read the Blog Post</a> <a href="FlipboardNotify/index.html">See the Demo</a>
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<span>CSS3</span>
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Native inputs styled with CSS3 goodness. Are they even remotely feasible yet? The answer is no. Read the blog post to understand why they're still so far away.
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- <a href="http://taitems.tumblr.com/post/23099016111/css3-input-styling-a-state-of-the-union-ux-lab-009" target="_blank">Read the Blog Post</a> <a href="ModalBlur/index.html">See the Demo</a>
+ <a href="http://taitems.tumblr.com/post/28254968490/ux-lab-10-11-12" target="_blank">Read the Blog Post</a> <a href="ModalBlur/index.html">See the Demo</a>
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<span>CSS3</span>

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