CloudSigma is an innovative Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider based in Zurich, Switzerland. CloudSigma was founded to meet the growing need for a pure IaaS that places little or no restrictions on how its users deploy their computing resources.
We are proud to have been chosen as a 2013 Cool Vendor by Gartner and a Top 25 cloud company in both 2010 and 2012.
The founders of CloudSigma were frustrated with the current market offerings which required users to jump through hoops to migrate their current server setups to the cloud. We fixed that problem by building our own cloud stack that delivers real utility computing in the cloud for the first time.
Yes, Mattel. From the people who brought you Hot Wheels, you will soon be able to purchase an EEG and accompanying game set.
The fascinating part, to me, is that this was a trio – three people on stage, harmonizing with each other, using nothing but brainwaves.
A projekt like this need a good FAQ. Here is an example.
ontopica is an extensive software package for participatory processes. It can do a lot, also "Bürgerhaushalt", but i have no idea how user-friendly it is
the book "Grid Systems" by Müller-Brockmann appeared in 1968 and is the standard opus on the topic. Obviously it does not cover dynamic media displays, like they are addresed under the key-word responsive design
an extensive how-to slideshow on constructing and applying grids for web. It is kind of "old school", but useful for understanding basic calculations and steps. It does not consider responsive design and it also is a proof that being good in using grids, does not necessarily lead to excellent visual design.
the blog of the author seems to be pretty interesting, if you are into graphic design and more: http://www.subtraction.com/
too many resources on grid based design
It doesn't tell ALL about grids, but many things that are useful for web designers and developers. It is part of the series "Design School for Developers", which seems to be quite solid.
What is a Grid System?
..a structure comprising a series of horizontal and vertical lines, used to arrange content.