Arguing with your co-workers isn’t a bad thing. It’s not creating a negative work environment — it’s a tool to help you make good decisions. Being an empty cheerleader and telling everyone that their idea is great is harmful and short-sighted. Argue and make good decisions. Product design at GitHub by Kyle Neath is a […]
“Here’s what our product can do” and “Here’s what you can do with our product” sound similar, but they are completely different approaches. Jason Fried (@jasonfried) – November 2013
Found these at design-milk.com. Everything is “in the cloud” I guess.
Praga Khan has this great song “Power Of The Flower“. A few years earlier Liliane St. Pierre represented Belgium in the Eurosong contest with “Soldiers of Love“. Now you can shoot flower seed yourself with this Shotgun Flower Shell. Found trough Uncrate
The 365 calendar days can be individually detached and brewed directly in the cup with hot water. Love this 365 tear-off (tea-off) calender, serves you a tea each morning. Found on The Inspiration Room
Of our three limited resources – time, energy and money – time is the most rare and irreplaceable Aaron is right
Smart brands favorite and reply to nice things you tweet about them vs. retweeting to followers who are already interested in their product. I agree with @amrit. Do you like people who constantly brag about how they our liked by others? Neither do I.
Minuum does away with the traditional three rows of letters and space bar layout of a standard QWERTY keyboard, replacing that with a single line of letters and predictive typing algorithms that help reclaim a huge percentage of usable screen real estate, while supposedly retaining precision entry capabilities. It’s designed to keep the QWERTY order […]
An in depth comparison of the development frameworks behind Apple’s Maps and Google’s finds pros and cons in both, but highlights Apple’s as more mature, less limited and recommended for most third party app developers. AppleInsider has an interesting article on the difference between both map services. Developers seem to prefer Apple’s SDK which does […]
“I’m not a risk-taker,” is what she’d tell me. But at some point in a project-oriented person’s career, continuing to take full-time jobs is too risky. Because you’ll never succeed long-term, you always burn bridges, and you start to feel like you have no skills that can help you keep a job. Some of you […]