Carolyn is amazing. And you can support her.
I think it’s worth revisiting this post by Laurie on a regular basis for a shot of perspective and inspiration.
The web saved my life and then built me a new one. A single living entity, it touches everything in the world and is always getting better — and I can help. I owe it so much; if I can help it out, make it better in any small way, how can I possibly refuse? And if I can make it easier for other people to help make it better, then my efforts are multiplied.
It’s impossible to predict the creations that will spring forth when people gather in the spirit of participation, collaboration, and benign anarchy at the next Science Hack Day, but the results are certain to be inspired, and inspiring.
Organized Wonder | Curated documentaries, interviews, short films, and other top videos from around the web.
This is like a video version of Huffduffer (without the timeshifting). It’s very nicely done.
Inspired by the recent .net magazine article on “20 leading web designers’ desks for your inspiration”, here’s a blog dedicated to the place where the real web design magic happens: the designer’s poostation.
Brendan giving one of the “inspired sessions” at last year’s Flash On The Beach one evening in the Brighton Dome.
Stephen Johnson wrote a book. Frank Chimero did a doodle.
Burnout is a bitch.
I want to frame this and mount it on my wall so I will see it every day.
I don't agree with everything in these vignettes but they make for an good, thought-provoking read.
Like a crowdsourced version of Eno's oblique strategies.
"No Ideas But In Things is a library of controls, animations, layouts, and displays that might be a source of inspiration for interaction designers. Dan Saffer is the curator. The title comes from a William Carlos Williams poem."
The text of Mark Pesce's excellent presentation at Web Directions South.
Sidesh0w is dead! Long live the new Ethan! I for one welcome our unstoppable robot ninja overlords.
A new site dedicated to design, both on the Web and off.
An inspiring essay by Janice Fraser of Adaptive Path. The internet is back.