(via Jon Hicks)
Last month, we traveled to Detroit with co-creator and star of the “Jackass” empire Johnny Knoxville to explore what lies gasping beneath the rubble of over-indulged industry, frighteningly embarrassing municipal mismanagement, and decades’ worth of social and economic imbalance. What we found is a burgeoning class of creative young folk intent on rebuilding their communities and the city, despite being faced with a world that has already phoned in their city’s obituary.
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I suppose I’m just having a difficult time averaging my “Social media posts with photos uploaded” on a daily bases. Other than that, this seems like a real bonafide tool.
Apple could not be reached for comment.
Some fairly candid conversation about Flash, the iPhone prototype, and Google.
I feel like this is probably what the engineers of the Dyson fan had in mind all along.
Really terrific observation from Ellen Lupton regarding the lack of web-safe type available to designers:
“Most people walk into the room and they know it is unpleasant. They know they don’t feel good in the room, but they don’t know why. An interior designer walks into the room and says, ‘It’s the lighting.’ Typefaces work the same way.”
(via David Kaneda)
New open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML5, will win on mobile devices (and PCs too). Perhaps Adobe should focus more on creating great HTML5 tools for the future, and less on criticizing Apple for leaving the past behind.
—Steve Jobs, Thoughts on Flash