Seattle Times has a public wave going on the manhunt - crashed my browser
Breaking local news happens, Twitter responds - this is how I’ve been following the story 2100 miles away
"In the desert 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles is a suburb abandoned in advance of itself"
So happy to see the Library packed with good friends last night - reminds me why Toronto is such a great city
About to eat some poutine in a neighbourhood I barely recognize
Waiting for the skyline
Why hello, Tim
Thanks to our amazing American friends for a filling meal to carry us back to Canada
A wonderul Orphan’s Thanksgiving then off to a colder, but sunnier, place
Signs that usability testing is needed: When you have to watch a YouTube video to figure out how to start a Prius
Amazing time lapse of a 45 hour cross-country drive
Incredible snapshot of one of the most important days in modern history
Wondering at what point Kim Gordon and cool will no longer be synonymous
Encountering the noisy and garish aesthetic certain successful sites have challenges my belief in the benefits of good design
In the Worth a Shot Dep’t: Anyone know who designed http://reviewcanada.ca/ ?
Seems my received email messages have been self-destructing lately - should have known it wouldn’t have gotten *that* quiet
The Independent Lens series airs an abbreviated version of the industrial design documentary on Nov. 24
Had podcasts been around while I was in school, I would have been on time for my writing class more often #cbc #morningside #thecurrent
Rom Houben, trapped in his paralysed body after a car crash, described his real-life nightmare as he screamed to doctors that he could hear them - but could make no sound.
The original hipster, as captured in a 1965 NFB documentary
For some reason, the rule “article p:not(:target)” took much longer to arrive at than it should have #css3 #html5
RT @DougSaunders: Headline of the day: “Harper lauds press freedom in speech, doesn’t take questions from reporters” http://bit.ly/5KSDXg
Gonna build a site in HTML5…I think
The Flickr co-founder has some serious Silicon Valley backing that will help his company, Tiny Speck, build a massive multiplayer game that reaches back to the past for inspiration.
I just had a meeting full of Synergy!
Scientists say they’ve made a breakthrough in their pursuit of computers that “think” like a living thing’s brain — an effort that tests the limits of technology
Another incredible patent application from Microsoft! Sparklines on a table cell, these guys are so smart, no wonder they make so much money.
Using visualizations to help understand who is fighting and dying in Afghanistan
Build your own reference library for Web typefaces
Ack! The espresso machine at Victrola on 15th is down #Seattle #coffee #emergency
Listening to Kid A reminds me how different the context of my life now is from my life in 2000
Thanks to the relentless marketing efforts by Big Pharma, I learned a new four-letter acronym
RT @petele: #PDC09 rounded corners in IE9
Rounded corners, CSS3 selectors, greatly improved performance
That last tweet was a gratuitous test of the UI for Twitter’s new ReTweet feature (which also allows you to UnReTweet)
RT @Malarkey: Retweets… O hai!
Bryce Johnson collection of 200 tweets from the conference
Limited edition typography products beautifully designed
One browser with three rendering engines means you can quickly check how page looks in IE, Firefox, and Safari