Jon’s been drawing a lunch note for his daughter every day since she was four years old. They are somewhat puntastic.
Luke is a live-blogging machine. Here’s the notes he made during my talk at An Event Apart Seattle.
If it reads like a rambling hodge-podge of unconnected thoughts, I could say that you had to be there …but it kinda was a rambling hodge-podge of unconnected thoughts.
Here’s an interesting Kickstarter project: a book about owning your notes (and syndicating them to Twitter) to complement the forthcoming micro.blog service.
As well as compèring the event, Chris took the time to make notes at the Clarity conference, dedicated to all things patterny.
A fantastically-detailed write up of the whole day out. Each talk is described, and then the threads are tied together at the end. Great stuff!
As may have become clear from my notes above, Responsive Day Out 3 was a day full of variety. I had the feeling it could have easily been called Web Day Out, and I guess that makes sense, as responsive web design has naturally grown to be a pleonasm in the past few years.
Orde liveblogged every single talk from Responsive Day Out 3!
Luke’s notes from my talk at An Event Apart DC.
Jason Garber took some nicely-hyperlinked notes during my presentation at An Event Apart DC.
Some bullet points from the Responsive Day Out to keep you going until the audio and video is ready.
A nice Readlist based on that excellent article by Craig on digital publishing:
This reader is made up of Craigmod’s essay “Subcompact Publishing” and essays linked to in the footnotes.
Eva-Lotta’s sketchnotes from this year’s dConstruct.
Notes in manuscripts and colophons made by medieval scribes and copyists …in 140 characters or fewer.
I love these sketchnotes from my presentation at Webstock.
Luke’s excellent detailed notes from Scott’s talk at Breaking Development about building the Boston Globe site.
Luke’s notes from my talk at An Event Apart Seattle do a good job of capturing the gist of what I was saying.
Monana county fair, near the Iowa/Nebraska border.
James Bridle's lovely notebook for his first visit to South by Southwest.
Dear internet, Please keep throwing up sites like this because no, I don't have anything better to do with my time than scroll and click through the entire archive. Thank you.