October 10, 2013
A little HTML5 based nostalgia from Cloudpaint.
(*sniff* I miss my SE now.)
(via. Daring Fireball)

A little HTML5 based nostalgia from Cloudpaint.

(*sniff* I miss my SE now.)

(via. Daring Fireball)

October 3, 2013   116 notes
inspirationfeed:

;) http://on.fb.me/1c6Evpd

inspirationfeed:

;) http://on.fb.me/1c6Evpd

October 1, 2013

The rules are:

1. The setting is the frontier.
2. The future is old.
3. The Force is mysterious.
4. Star Wars isn’t cute.

Four rules to make Star Wars great again

Gruber adds a fifth rule: “Star Wars is about camaraderie.”

I’d watch that movie.

September 26, 2013
September 26, 2013   235 notes

“ People forward stories they like and comment on stories they hate. ”

Clay Shirky, talking to Nick Bilton about the topic of internet commenters. 

It’s similar to the problem with online reviews — people are far more likely to leave a review if they’re pissed off about something. If they’re happy, they just keep on living life. 

(via parislemon)

I think this is probably true across all online feedback systems.

This is also why there is no “don’t like” button on Facebook.

September 23, 2013   161 notes
parislemon:

"This sums it up nicely: Apple vs Microsoft."

Yep.
Also. The guy in the Apple Store photo with the Victoria’s Secret bag wins this post.

parislemon:

"This sums it up nicely: Apple vs Microsoft."

Yep.

Also. The guy in the Apple Store photo with the Victoria’s Secret bag wins this post.

September 19, 2013

“ New? New is easy. Right is hard ”

—Craig Federighi, Apple

Apple’s Cook, Ive, and Federighi on Android, Microsoft, and ‘new’ versus ‘right’ | The Verge

(Source: businessweek.com)

September 18, 2013   8 notes

The Thing We Call Money

nicolefenton:

I hate that money is the difference between life and death for so many people. Between a proper education and the ability to eat. Between being seen as an equal, being cared for, or being thrown into an institution.

Trying to find a way to understand this more. Suffering. This book is helping me more than I can say.

Really enjoy her writing. If you’re new to her stuff, I recommend this one as well. it’s written in small chunks, so it’s good for commutes and waiting rooms.

September 11, 2013

(via How to Prevent Your Desk Job From Killing You - Paul Rosenfeld - The Atlantic)

As the owner of chair-cumputer ravaged spine, I fully endorse this video.

August 19, 2013   1 note
One Second on the Internet
Damn. you people are busy.

One Second on the Internet

Damn. you people are busy.