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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?

yewknee’s Summer Mix Series 2010

Somewhere around the first minute of June, I start jonesing for yewknee's Summer Mix Series. True to its name, the Summer Mix Series opens its doors near the beginning of summer, and the moment it does, people start submitting their carefully curated and themed mixes. So if you’re lookin’ for some new music, I suggest you start here.

yewknee’s Summer Mix Series 2010

Somewhere around the first minute of June, I start jonesing for yewknee's Summer Mix Series. True to its name, the Summer Mix Series opens its doors near the beginning of summer, and the moment it does, people start submitting their carefully curated and themed mixes. So if you’re lookin’ for some new music, I suggest you start here.

I love things like this:


  [SolarBeat is a] simple ambient musicbox, with sounds generated using the orbital frequencies of our solar system.


(via yewknee)

I love things like this:

[SolarBeat is a] simple ambient musicbox, with sounds generated using the orbital frequencies of our solar system.

(via yewknee)

My Canabalt for the iPhone binge yesterday raised an interesting question: why would anyone not want maximum awesome?

My Canabalt for the iPhone binge yesterday raised an interesting question: why would anyone not want maximum awesome?

I may not be a huge fan of the scotch, but I could watch this ad for Johnnie Walker over and over again. Oh, and if you’re a behind-the-scenes kind of person, there’s an interview with the director that’s worth a quick read.

This car needs no introduction (but here’s one anyway):


  Mercedes-Benz has finally revealed spiritual successor to one of the most famous — and instantly recognizable — cars it has ever built. Although it is officially called the SLS-AMG, it will, like the car it pays homage to, be known as the Gullwing.

This car needs no introduction (but here’s one anyway):

Mercedes-Benz has finally revealed spiritual successor to one of the most famous — and instantly recognizable — cars it has ever built. Although it is officially called the SLS-AMG, it will, like the car it pays homage to, be known as the Gullwing.