Damn, Seattle, your hard to say goodbye to….
A Buddhist monk walked by while my Canadian banking PIN was being reset at an American ATM
Usually, at this time, I’m taking a bus to work; this morning, I’m watching Mad Men on a tiny laptop screen, surrounded by waiting boxes
Sending the Camper home
How can it be so hard to find microwaveable/instant dinners in a supermarket!?
Rain means Linda’s patio will be too wet, so it’s an Oddfellow’s brunch - we’ll be there around 11:30am for those who would like to join
Well, it’s officially done…
Cyclops has reached into my hidden musical library and play all the best music from the early 90s that I had forgotten about
OH: it’s like a Biggest Loser fast forward
Takin’ the short bus on the last day
Tom Watson gives some hints at the design process behind Facebook’s location service
One or two examples do not a trend make, but it is an interesting observation
Ironically, the immigration lawyers announce a reorg as my team takes me out for an amazing meal - very thankful to one of those groups…
Better design (including, custom web fonts) and better commenting
The design showcases nice web fonts while breaking the nytimes.com mold
Loving the mainstream use of custom web fonts in the recent design updates for @globeandmail, @nytimes, and @sciam
"Maybe everyone else is tuning their harps wrong."
Goodbye, Portland - you always treated us so well
Gotta love a city where brunch is a serious event with gourmet food, pitch perfect presentation, and done with a relaxed vibe
One last very rainy road trip to the always fantastic Portland, Oregon
Dark Patterns catalogues interfaces intentionally design to make you do the wrong thing
I kern has this?
A spectral mapping of the logo colours of the Web’s top 100 brands
Just one-third of Americans read a newspaper anymore. Radio, too, has seen a similar decline. Contrasting those declining trends is the Web. One-third of Americans now get their news from the Web,…
A U.S. Border Patrol Open House? Really!? http://ping.fm/opIjn
Skillet Diner Preview with amazing friends - thank you for all the good times
Why would anyone want to participate with your product? Answer these questions to find out
The W3C is pushing to have HTML5’s last call happen before the summer of 2011
To all those who will be receiving worked-related emails from me, let me apologize in advance for the 111-words of legalese also included
There’s an itch that the Internet and its all-seeing search engines hasn’t yet scratched: visual search.
Despite all the improvements to the UI (see Bing and Google’s recent efforts) and…
Were Google’s bouncing balls only meant to distract from the reintroduction of custom backgrounds?
Looney Tunes marathon - and its the decidedly more adult ones, too
I keep faith. bumbershoot beyond