A cute and fun way to put together a colour palette.
This year’s TeleGeography map of the undersea network looks beautiful—inspired by old maps. I love the way that latency between countries is shown as inset constellations.
Leisa nails it. The real stumbling block with trying to change the waterfall-esque nature of agency work (of which Clearleft has certainly been guilty) can be summed up in two words: sign off.
And from a client’s perspective, this emphasis on sign-off is completely understandable.
It takes a special kind of client to take the risk and develop the level of trust and integration required to work the way that Mr Popoff-Walker any many, many other inhabitants of agency world would like to work.
Cameron’s travelling to Ethopia to help with Charity Water, thanks to the generosity of the users of Authentic Jobs.
This cracked me up. There are two possibilities: either this is really is very funny or I am very nerdy.
Black ink meets water.
Background material for Watchmen.
The new trailer for Watchmen is out. It's still looking good. Fingers crossed.
At first I thought that Andy Rutledge was trying to make some nuanced satirical point here but it turns out he's just a twunt.
I hope this doesn't pan out: "The dark heroes of Warner Brothers’ “Watchmen,” set for release next March, have a new problem on their hands: A federal judge has ruled that they may belong to 20th Century Fox."
Side by side comparison of stills from the Watchmen trailer and the graphic novel.
In the future, all great scientific discoveries will be conveyed in 140 characters.
Duncan Watts works at Yahoo Research? I had no idea! Ironically, it was Gladwell's Tipping Point that first led me to Watts' work.
The screen of this mobile phone looks like a glass of water. The amount of water shows the battery life. The phone has a built in motion sensor to keep the water level.
Pete Barr-Watson is a daddy again. Congrats!