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Amazing photo app that displays photos in a 3D scene. Beautiful, functional, and addictive. I look forward to being able to contribute to scenes. IE6+ only.
An interesting window into the world of competitve Scrabble, this story of records and quixotry is surprisingly compelling.
Great things happen when people are passionate about what they do. Check out the third paragraph.
Great advice for public speaking. I've violated a few of these rules in the past, including the history one. How embarassing.
Shaun Inman redesigns. Two things of note: 1) text to background contrast that decreases over time, signifying the decreasing relevance of blog content, and 2) wonderful typographic attention to detail.
A letterform I created for a logo today reminded me of some album art I liked, but I couldn't remember what. After some searching I found Travis and Avant Garde Gothic alternates and ligatures. Rad.
An 8-point typsetting machine font reproduced by Mark Simonson. Lovely. I really want to see it in print.
Some interesting observations on user testing and the state of web accessibility.
Re:Working at Google: "If it turns out you were right and everyone else was wrong (the startup's dream), and your little project turns out to be tremendously impactful, then you'll be rewarded for it. Guaranteed."
Article could've been shortened to: "This percentage has actually been researched and it turns out that at least 25% of site visitors will immediately leave a site as soon as they see a 'loading' message for a Flash splash screen (even if there?s a 'ski
I feel like I could pick up most sports if I tried, but I think this one is beyond me.
This isn't just about Google's sandbox. This is solid SEO advice that isn't 2 years out of date.
I've been meaning to write this script for a while.
"...the designers perceived the [...] prototype version as the more upscale of the three. While, among the rest of the participants, this same prototype was the most common selection as the most economical version..."
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