Ryan Christoffel writing for MacStories: As the end of 2019 started approaching, however, I found myself wishing I had a record of the different movies and TV shows I’d enjoyed during…More
Taylor Lorenz writing for The Atlantic: Before the proposal scavenger hunt ever kicked off, marketers at various brands and agencies had received a PDF outlining the future engagement in the context…More
Jason McFadden: The initial screenshots look very nice. It begins with a not-so-subtle-red theme, which is a stark yet welcome departure from the blues of Twitter and Facebook. The name itself,…More
I was excited to be testing Iconfactory’s Twitterrific 6 for the last few days. Twitterrific’s whimsical design has long been appealing to me, and the crew at Iconfactory take it…More
David is an incredibly intelligent guy and I love his screencasts. I’ve learned so much from him over the years. Looking forward to watching this course!
It’s been a crazy two days. Yesterday, I published the Kickstarter for Bokeh. At the time of writing this, the project is 36 percent funded. I’m grateful to everyone who’s…More
Tim gives a quick update on Bokeh, his reaction to some recent tech news, and the upcoming Kickstarter project for Bokeh.
Love this idea! This is what I was going for when I made the personal blogs repo, but Brent Simmons’ thoughts are way better.
I talk about some research I’ve been doing on the Sonos One and how excited I am about the new speakers from Sonos and Ikea.
© Ikea/Sonos Chris Welch reporting for the Verge: Sonos and Ikea have fully unveiled the pair of speakers that the two companies have collaborated on for years. The Symfonisk table lamp…More
Distributed teams, changing business needs, and complex dynamics are redefining the workday. Happy Tools makes it possible for your office to run smoothly, no matter what it looks like or…More
Chris Coyier on Email is Good: Do you trust them, while they definitely are reading your personal emails, to not doing anything you wouldn’t want them to with it? I think…More
One of my favorite developers, Flexibits, has released their newest app called Cardhop. Cardhop was already on the Mac and I love it. Managing contacts is one of those things that…More
Brian Krebs: The Facebook source said the investigation so far indicates between 200 million and 600 million Facebook users may have had their account passwords stored in plain text and searchable…More
Manton Reece: Now if only more indie developers would speak out about this, maybe we’d make some progress with Apple. As I’ve said many times: 15% for paid downloads and in-app…More