@danielmackey Running late, but yes.
@jonowells Enjoy the Arctic blast.
@danielmackey Pretty sure it's not dog-friendly… yet.
Lucy's last day at Designkitchen http://t.co/mCP0abIy
[the design process] is designing, prototyping & making. When you separate those the final result suffers -Jonathan Ive http://t.co/FPjnSbTV
I'm really excited to be joining the team at @trunkclub in one week. I know what your first question is and yes I get a discount on clothes.
Every community-based site in the history of the web has essentially been a stab at creating a social network. Most of them fail as businesses, with the rare exception of small, lucky communities that become self-sufficient but not exactly prosperous. What if that’s just the way it is?
@evanblack Yeah, I know. The reference is too old. Rent ‘Mr. Mom’ some time. Great movie.
@evanblack What does that take, 220? 221?
If you want to keep the software and services around that you enjoy, do what you can to make their businesses successful enough that it’s more attractive to keep running them than to be hired by a big tech company.
If people are this upset about their favorite Gmail client selling out, just wait’ll they realize all their email belongs to Google.
@mmorowitz You have earned it. In lieu of a gift I'll just drink some whiskey.
Fun little crowdsourced video by Saint Etienne paying tribute to vinyl. Spot your favorite album: http://t.co/paqJDpvH
Let me rephrase: websites that depend on decorative imagery just got blurrier. Sites built on a solid typographic foundation look stunning.
The web just got blurrier. http://t.co/Bf0mCT1C
Leave your bike on the street at your own peril. http://t.co/M5xddxZl
A healthy development process is a steady, gradual transformation of unproved contingencies into settled facts.
Six Month Checkup http://t.co/smA18Mau
rosspw: UX Design at Digital Agencies is F*cked http://t.co/i06KnLp6
Lunch at Sepia with my lovely wife.
@Beanstalkapp Does seem to be back to normal now. Glad you got it sorted!
@mcculloughsean GitHub didn't offer a big enough plan. Enterprise wasn't an option.
Well crap. Dev and QA teams sitting here idle after hours waiting for @Beanstalkapp to come back.