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I don’t have a good list this week since I spent most of it staring at my toes in sand. WSJ iPhone video interview – Similar to last week’s link is this video interview of key people behind the creation of the iPhone. Yu’s Bullet Journal – Vibrant journal. Makes me want to add some […]

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As the summer heat rises in our hemisphere it seems that the river of content online dries up to a slow trickle. I wonder if that means I should expect more from our friends Down Under during these months? Here are a few things that caught my attention: Mars on Google Maps – Google has […]

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First day of summer! I’m off my schedule. I know. Sorry. Video: Mixed Reality – THEORIZ – RnD test 002 – Realtime AR used to create art. We’ll be seeing a lot more of this. Rafter – A group of turkeys is called a rafter. Putting the social in social media – A nice write-up […]

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I know, I know. I’ve missed a few. You’ll get over it. Paleobiology Navigator – “PBDB Navigator allows users to explore the Paleobiology Database through space, time, and taxonomy.” If you know me at all you know that this literally burns hours and hours and hours of my time. In a good way. The Stratolaunch […]

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Video: The Infinite Now – Armand Dijcks, whom I met in Hawaii many years ago, released these hauntingly beautiful animated cinemagraphs from photos by Ray Collins scored by André Heuvelman and Jeroen van Vliet. Photographs of Films – Jason Shulman does long exposure photography of entire films. Very cool. The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Netflix is creating […]

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Minecraft: Microsoft is continuing to make good on their acquisition of Minecraft. Most recently they’ve created their own currency in the platform and launched an educational version. /sessions: A bunch of videos on front-end development. Artemis: Andy Weir, writer of The Martian (which I loved), has a new book coming out. Tokio Myers: I like […]

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This has been a week full of client meetings so I did less reading on the web than usual. But, here are a few things that come to me as I sit here writing this post on a warm, gorgeous Friday evening. Amazon’s Quarterly report – Amazon is killing it on so many fronts. It […]

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I missed last week. I have no excuse. Waxy.org – I already mentioned this but Andy Baio didn’t just return to blogging – he blew in with Hurricane force winds. Kottke.org – Speaking of .org blogs, Jason Kottke’s online property is being managed this week by Tim Carmody and he’s pulling an interesting yarn regarding the […]

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Don’t forget, you can see all posts in this series by skimming through the what-i-saw tag. Now, onto this week’s links. Video: Puffer fish artist – Absolutely incredible stuff from such a small little fish. Andy Baio is back – Not only is he blogging again but Upcoming has re-launched. Stripe Atlas – The program is […]

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Chrome still won’t show me more than two days of browsing history. Unfortunately this week I relied on this bug being fixed. So, for next week I’ll keep better track of URLs with Simplenote. Animation: Comet 41P – Just sliding in front of M108 like nothing. Video playlist: Making Minimalism – Matt D’Avella is sharing […]

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Chrome v57 is really cramping my style. It only shows me the last few days of browsing history. I hope they fix this issue soon. So, this week is a little light as a result. Sorry. Bullet Journal – I’ve been meaning to try this for a few years and so starting on Monday I […]

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I took two weeks off for travel/vacation (and didn’t read much online during that time) so this list will likely be a bit all over the place and sparse. Dunbar’s Number – I’ve read about this a few times. Caterina Fake, co-founder of Flickr and other things, reminded me of it in her TOI post this […]

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Video: Ratchet Face – From a longer performance by Tom Thum who you may remember from this TEDx presentation. Amazing stuff. Video: Neil deGrasse Tyson on JRE – Joe Rogan had Tyson on his podcast. Two hours of nerding out and Rogan keeps up fairly well. Developer Tea – I stumbled across this podcast this […]

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Oristand – Want to try a standing desk? This is a pretty inexpensive and portable way to try it. Houdiniopoly – A local Houdini Museum is creating a boardgame and kickstarted the idea. They’ve already met their goal. Video: MSFT’s hardware testing center – Cool behind-the-scenes look at one of Microsoft’s facilities. Drones over Dubai […]

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I missed publishing this on Friday so I’m publishing it today. Roper Game Prototype – Mary Rose Cook showing off again. Maja Kuczyńska wind freestyle – Humans shouldn’t be able to move like this. VSauce – I scour YouTube daily for new subscriptions. I’m always amazed that I can stumble across a previously unknown channel […]

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Short list this week. Video: Apple Campus flyover – Getting closer to being complete every month. Video: Matt D’Avella’s YouTube channel – Friend, former collaborator on many projects, and Director of Minimalists. ASCII weather – You can also pull this in via curl. Complete collection of Wii games – That’s a lot of Wii games. YouTube […]

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Flexbugs – Described as “A community-curated list of flexbox issues and cross-browser workarounds for them.” Video: Hovering a helicopter is hard – I’ve been going back through Smarter Everyday’s archive. An inverted aquarium – Mindblown fish. Tips for new drone owners – I re-read my own piece since I just picked up a Phantom 4 Pro. […]

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Be sure to peruse the archive of this series of posts. Best selfie ever? – Definitely in the running. Joe Robinet – I’ve been digging Joe’s stuff on YouTube. Behind-the-scenes of Rogue One – Photos by Alex Benetel. Zuckerberg’s team – A team of a dozen people help Mark Zuckerberg capture his day for his Facebook […]

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Video: What Comes Next is the Future – A documentary-style look back at the evolution of the web, and its underlying technologies that make it up, using interviews with those who have crafted and curated those technologies. Advanced Symbols in Sketch – A great tutorial by Matt D. Smith. Atom Dash – Via Lauren Pittenger […]

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Welcome to 2017. Let’s get started. ichelle im – Andrew Kim (remember him?) and his wife Michelle JY Park launched something new. Slack Fund’s bots – Slack’s fund for investing in apps that integrate into Slack invested in 11 bots. Pretty neat collection. Great to see them investing in this particular way. I’ll write more […]

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