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19 December 2014

How to Advertise on a Porn Website | Eat24 Blog

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Hi, we’re Eat24. If you already know us – hey sexy, welcome back, looking good. If you’re new, let’s catch you up: Eat24 is the Internet’s favorite food delivery app and website. The first rule of Eat24 Club used to be “don’t talk about Eat24 Club,” but that  turned out to be a terrible marketing strategy

Internet Live Stats - Internet Usage & Social Media Statistics

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Internet Live Stats is part of the Real Time Statistics Project (Worldometers and 7 Billion World). We are an international team of developers, researchers, and analysts with the goal of making statistics available in a dynamic and time relevant format to a wide audience around the world.

15 December 2014

The pilots of Instagram: beautiful views from the cockpit, violating rules of the air - Quartz

The pilots of Instagram are internet famous. Their stunning photos of the skies, captured from their unusual perspective inside the cockpit, garner hundreds, sometimes thousands of likes from fans.

12 December 2014

Designing a Super Mario map with Mapbox Studio | Mapbox

Due to the amount of features and level of abstraction, I knew that creating this map would be a great test of my proficiency with Mapbox Studio, as well as Studio's own limits. By diving into the deep end, I learned some useful strategies.

09 December 2014

Alien | Typeset In The Future

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My third post about typography in sci-fi has been gestating for a while now. Indeed, it's been slowly taking shape – you might say it's been forming itself inside of me – for really quite some time. I'm delighted to say that it is now ready to burst forth from my allegorical chest, and to spatter allegorical typographic blood all over your allegorical faces. Welcome to Typeset In The Future: The Alien Edition.

05 December 2014

Hurt Me Plenty by Robert Yang

This a short game where you spank the heck out of a dude and learn about how BDSM communities attempt to formalize consent / caring. I was really interested in how we can make games about intimacy without a "kindness coins = sex cutscene" trope, and how we can use expressive gestures to roleplay / think about pain and intimacy. (For the record, I don't think my game gets it right, and it has a lot of flaws... this stuff is hard to design!)

Anova Culinary | Sous Vide Immersion Circulators and Precision Cookers by Anova

We Make the World's Best Sous Vide Devices. Smarter Cooking. Better Results.

03 December 2014

Sell Your Crap, Pay Off Your Debt, And Do What You Love! This Makes It All Possible! | The Mind Unleashed

Lifestyles and needs are changing, and consequently, our houses are shrinking. The tiny house movement has blown up in the past few years, shifting the traditional North American housing models towards a more practical, finance-friendly blueprint. The movement is garnering attention from people fed up with the current consumerist/utility-based lifestyle which has placed millions of people in debt. Now, the idea of living your dream is no longer a cliché.

01 December 2014

LEGO’s letter to parents, and how not to tell a fake when you don’t see one — Medium

According to the website of the Independent newspaper, LEGO UK has verified the 1970s ‘letter to parents’ that was widely tweeted last weekend and almost as widely dismissed as fake. Business as usual in the Twittersphere — but there are some lessons here about dating type.

26 November 2014

A History of Ideas: Animated Videos Explain Theories of Simone de Beauvoir, Edmund Burke & Other Philosophers | Open Culture

The UK’s Open University has become a dependable source of very short, online video introductions to all sorts of things, from weighty subjects like religion, economics, and literary theory to lighter, but no less interesting fare like the art and science of bike design. With breezy tone and serious intent, their animated “60-Second Adventures” make seemingly arcane academic ideas accessible to laypeople with no prior background. Now they’ve teamed up with writer and BBC broadcaster Melvyn Bragg of In Our Time fame for a series of video shorts that run just a little over 60 seconds each, with animations by Andrew Park of Cogni+ive, and narration by comedic actor Harry Shearer from Spinal Tap, The Simpsons, and, most recently, Nixon’s the One.

Lifedge | Waterproof Cases for iPhone and iPad. Products for people to get outside with.

Our current range of waterproof iPad and iPhone cases have enabled people to turn their prized technology into invaluable adventure kit, utilising a wide range of practical and creative apps while their technology is completely protected to expand on what is possible outside.

JK Brickworks | A Life of LEGO Bricks

Through it all I am continually struck with how amazing the LEGO system is as a medium for building, well, pretty much anything you can imagine. It allows people of all ages to enjoy the challenge of bringing their ideas to life, exercising their visualization and problem solving skills along the way.

Geometric Porn

Something abstract existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence. Visual geometry containing the non-explicit description of sexual organs or activity. Arising in the mind it intends to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings.

These are NSFW emoji for sexting | The Verge

Emoji aren’t sexy. They’re simple, tame, and accessible icons that work wonders if you want convey basic emotions. But when it comes to sexting, they're pretty inadequate. Winky faces, eggplants, and bananas have their uses, of course, but if you want to be a little sexier, you’re going to have to use your words.

Flirtmoji

Flirtmoji is a visual language designed to empower people of all sexualities to communicate their desires, concerns, and flirtations. We are a group of designers, developers, and hornballs on a mission to give the people playful, inclusive, and functional sex emoji. Launched in 2014 and based in the Bay Area, California, Flirtmoji is going places and we want you to come.

iPhone 6 vs. Regular Camera … Fight! — Vantage — Medium

Have you noticed something weird about the photos that come out of the iPhone 6? They’re less vibrant, flatter, lacking in contrast compared to shots from the iPhones 5, and to photos from most other phones and point-and-shoot cameras.

21 November 2014

When Bad Things Happen in Slow Motion - Issue 19: Illusions - Nautilus

othing focuses the mind like a moment of peril. John Hockenberry, the heavily-decorated journalist and commentator, had one of those nearly four decades ago. Yet it has never left him, and it always plays out in his memory, as he puts it, “in super slo-mo.”

19 November 2014

ALL I OWN HOUSE - PKMN architectures

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The relationships we establish with the objects we own happen on a very special manner at the interior of our houses, we assume spaces we inhabit by surrounding ourselves with our belongings, thus the way in which we accumulate and display our stuff through the space ends up reflecting our personality.

Weather Channel's Web, Mobile Growth Leads to Advertising Insights - Businessweek

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The writers and editors at the Weather Channel’s weather.com don’t often talk about the weather. They’re not meteorologists. They don’t mention the forecast or debate whether New York’s overcast sky means it’s going to rain. When they wheel their desk chairs together in the open-office newsroom for their morning editorial meeting, many of their ideas have nothing to do with storms or sunshine at all.

How Businessweek Is Reinventing the Magazine Cover

Chances are a Bloomberg Businessweek cover has stopped you in your tracks at some point: Maybe it was the brilliant cat hurricane GIF, or airplanes humping mid-air, or the most anti-Apple typography ever slapped over Tim Cook's face. But behind the provocative graphic design is a smart strategy that's changing the way publications are made, both online and off.

How we designed the iTunes of journalism — Medium

Six months ago we launched Blendle, the iTunes of journalism, in the Netherlands. Using our service, over 140,000 users (that’s almost everyone in our country ;)) can read the best articles of every newspaper and magazine, paying only for the articles they like.

Better Font Smoothing in Chrome & Safari | Intridea Blog

The battle for consistent font smoothing is a universal struggle for web designers. Photoshop has its own proprietary way of displaying type, none of which accurately reflect browser rendering. Every browser renders type in its own way AND even operating systems have their own method of text rendering. Oy!

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