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Good Fucking Design Advice:


  Because sometimes, being your own worst critic is not enough.


…and because everything sounds cooler if you add the word “fuck”, right? (via Quipsologies)

Good Fucking Design Advice:

Because sometimes, being your own worst critic is not enough.

…and because everything sounds cooler if you add the word “fuck”, right? (via Quipsologies)

I’m in love with the haunting/creepy/gorgeous atmosphere and isolation in Kim Høltermand’s Tuve.

(via ISO50)

I’m in love with the haunting/creepy/gorgeous atmosphere and isolation in Kim Høltermand’s Tuve.

(via ISO50)

There, I Fixed It: iTunes 10 Edition

I installed iTunes 10 the other day, and I tried to like it, honestly I did, but the icon is awful and the monochromatic palette is depressing. Luckily, I’ve come across some links that’ll fix both of these problems:

  • iTunes 10 Replacement Icon — modeled after the iTunes icon used on iOS, this icon seems a much better fit than the yet-another-blue-circle one Apple went with. (via @danbenjamin)

  • iTunes 109 — a small set of UI modifications that restores the color to the iTunes sidebar icons, returns the “stoplight” widget to its horizontal glory, and makes a few other minor changes. Unfortunately, though, it doesn’t fix those horrible checkboxes. (via yewknee)

“All of this data can wait until later – and much of it can wait until never.”
The easy way to ruin your day.

The easy way to ruin your day.

John Coltrane - “Alabama”

Coltrane wrote the song ‘Alabama’ in response to the [16th Street Baptist Church] bombing. He patterned his saxophone playing on Martin Luther King’s funeral speech. Midway through the song, mirroring the point where King transforms his mourning into a statement of renewed determination for the struggle against racism, Elvin Jones’s drumming rises from a whisper to a pounding rage. He wanted this crescendo to signify the rising of the civil rights movement.

So. Good.

Why don’t more software companies keep sexy lists of the things they’re working on?

Why don’t more software companies keep sexy lists of the things they’re working on?