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As we end the year I just wanted to say that I hope those of you that are reading and following the links in these posts find them useful. I’ve been referring to the archive a lot lately to send friends links to things. I try to keep the list light, fun, useful, and all […]

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Product Hunt’s Best – The best products of 2016 according to Product Hunt. A second industrial revolution – Kevin Kelly makes the case that AI will bring about a second industrial revolution. I really love this perspective. Bootstrap Studio 2.5 – Another update to a fantastic app. Apple focusing on iOS – This is a […]

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It was a busy week. You can catch up on the blog. But here are a few additional things that jumped out at me. New emoji in iOS 10.2 – Some very decent additions. Bartender – A small Mac utility that tidies up your menu bar. Animated Eleven – An animated Stranger Things? Yes please. […]

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Since this is what-i-saw #23 let’s all watch the top 50 plays by Michael Jordan. The Modest Man Income Reports – Ever wonder what it looks like to run a blog for money? Brock from The Modest Man shares all of the numbers. Great insight. Web advent calendars – Two I’m following this month are […]

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SwitchResX – A small preference pane for macOS to help you set more specific resolutions for your displays above and beyond what Apple provides by default. NEPA.js – A new meetup in Scranton, PA for people that want to learn JavaScript. Lion – A gorgeous photo by Sam Scrimshaw. Italy, Boat, Wedding – My friend […]

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Light week as I spent most of my week away from the computer. curlbuilder – A simple tool to create curl commands. Bowie by Nick Runge – A small plug for my other site. On being verified – Maria Langer writes about being verified on Twitter. Instagram updates – A few new ways to share […]

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I’ve been sick most of the week and terribly busy so this week’s links are coming a day late. Inside Apple Design – Nice video showing some of the people and the workshop behind Apple’s iconic products. Wilderness – A gorgeous, chill video from Alastair Humphreys – someone on my follow list. PhotoScan by Google […]

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Andy Baio’s Waxy – Redesigned. Long live the blog. Developers Read 1 Star Reviews – From the Úll 2016 conference. Data Studio by Google – A tool to help you add some visualizations to your data. The Old Reader – I didn’t know this was still up and running until Danny mentioned it in E12. […]

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My blog scheduled was knocked off tilt this week so this post is two days later than usual. It will be back on schedule this week. Cinemagraph GIFs – Take a still from a movie and animate just a small portion of it. I’ve seen these floating around for a few years but just now […]

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This week it feels like I saw tons of great things but when I checked my list in Simplenote for this post it wasn’t as full as I thought it would be. So I need to do a better job next week of keeping track of all the great things I’ve seen. One Letter Removed […]

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Lots of things funneled in from Twitter this week. And yet, at the same time, Twitter may slowly be losing grip on its ability to stay in business. Pity. Virtual Forest – VR is coming. Just watch Mark Zuckerberg’s demo recently and you’ll immediately see why a catalog like Virtual Forest is going to come […]

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I’m noticing that a fair portion of the items I’ve made note to include in this post are videos. That isn’t all bad. If you have time this weekend perhaps you’ll watch a few of them. PowerPress Podcast – In this episode of this podcast MacKenzie Bennett and Jane Ellen talk about Anchor (which I mentioned […]

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Nice blend of things things this week. An interview with Aaron Hicklin – I enjoyed this interview and the idea behind the bookstore that is curated into collections by creatives people like actors and directors. Neat idea. Photos from Rosetta – Rosetta smashed into its host comet this week and Flickr holds the photos it […]

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I’m resurrecting an old series of posts that I used to publish here called “What I saw this week“. In this series I’d publish a single post per week with some of the things I came across that week that I thought were interesting. It allowed me to link to interesting things without posting too […]

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Late again this week. However, I did manage to get this post out the door. Here are some interesting things I saw this week. Photos of Saturn never get old. /via NASA. Noisli – Need some nice background noise while you work? I find myself using this every day now. I love that you can combine […]

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I’m still amazed at how many great things pass over my desk each week even though we’ve been so busy lately at work. I love how these posts remind me, each week, of how many interesting things there are on this web of ours. Photo by Ravi Vora on Instagram. Cisco open sources H.264 – […]

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It has been a busy few weeks at Plain. But even busy weeks yield interesting things online. Here are a few: My friend Bryan Jackson, who passed away this week at only 26. Photo by Josiah Vandien. Video: Slowmo iPhone 5s video on Instagram – Ryan Pernofski shares some great slow motion videos on Instagram […]

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This has been an amazing week at work. I’m very much looking forward to sharing what we’re up to in the future but for now, some links. Saturn by Gordan Ugarkovic. Related Slate. Comet ISON – Did you know there was a comet up there, right now, about to zing passed us and the sun and […]

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I’ve read less on my computer this week than many, many weeks due to travel and busy work getting in the way. So this week might be lighter than others. Taj Mahal at sunrise by Dan Rubin. Our Culture of Exclusion – Ryan Funduk is sick of drink ups. It is nearly impossible to hold […]

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Fall is in full swing and the leaves are all but gone. This time of year has been torn between the desire to be outdoors, soaking up what is left of the season, and being indoors around a fireplace in my pub. There is so much awesome happening each week on the web I’m having […]

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