Beautiful animation work.
Krystal’s excellent annotated collection of onboarding examples.
Sci-fi book covers and posters from the 1970s.
Disappointed in your cakes I am.
Nudibranchia or other opisthobranchia compared to the various looks of David Bowie.
Painters and Hackers: nothing in common whatsoever, but this are classical painters depictions of software engineering.
A fascinating insight into some of Tumblr’s most popular accounts:
Some posts get more than a million notes—imagine a joke whispered in biology class getting a laugh from a city the size of San Francisco.
It’ll be a real shame when Tumblr disappears.
That’s “when”, not “if”. Remember:
In 2013, Yahoo bought Tumblr.
Dividing the world in two.
Marcy’s Tumblr blog of examples of accessibility in action on the web.
You might want to keep an eye on what the Clearlefties are doing here for the next hundred days.
One down, 99 to go.
I’m not quite sure why this is funny, but I am quite sure that it is.
Modern pop songs retold as Shakespearian sonnets.
The image-stitching algorithm is trying its best.
Kubrickian pictures taken by the Google robot wherein it captures its own reflection.
This Tumblr blog has the grandiose ambition of being “a showcase of the hottest hamburger icons on the web”, but amazingly, they’ve actually succeeded in documenting every single example of a cool hamburger icon.
We better get used to them…
There’s something very satisfying about this televisual sleuthing:
Images of the computer code appearing in TV and films and what they really are.
Usually I find these kinds of name-and-shame collections to be unnecessarily mean-spirited. In this case, the sites being named and shamed are themselves guilty of far worse rudeness.