Yet a startup called Rebump has found a way to make email even worse. How is that possible, you ask.? Well, Rebump is a service that automatically re-pings people — via email, of course — that haven’t answered your original message. It will keep doing so until you get a response.
Note that this implies that your initial email was both worth reading, and worth replying to. In reality most email fails both tests. So, Rebump is essentially a brilliantly passive aggressive way to force people into responding to you, or the flood of notes will not fucking stop.
Finally, someone has created my worst nightmare in startup form.
They will soon be bought by Google! That’s a killer gmail feature for parents!!
Wallace and Gromit by Nick Park
A Close Shave, A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers
Harold Ramis Week
Cinematography: László Kovács
Harold Ramis Week
Cinematography: Stevan Larner
Wow! I can not say just how much I respect that!
Now I’m delighted that the world has come around my way on simple, flat designs. But please, designers, listen to me when I tell you that flat design will leave us just as quickly as the green felt did, and to please just make your buttons look like fucking buttons; my grandpa will know where to click.
Oh my god, I have been saying this for years and other design/ux people treat me like I’m insane - REAL WORLD ANALOGS HELP PEOPLE UNDERSTAND ABSTRACT INTERFACES.
Thank you, Max.
Are there any very early Tumblr users (2007-2009) who were operating in/reading feminist blogs or writing feminist content who would be willing to talk to me for a story? I’d greatly appreciate it!!!If so please email firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll fill you in on the details!
A lot of people have given up on art these days. Well let me tell you, there is still deeply touching work being created. Bear witness, brothers and sisters, to the immortal stylings of Nathan Greene.
This blog is here to shed light on the inner meanings and motivations behind art, so in the usual way, captions have been added to illuminate what these masterworks are all about. If you’d like to see the originals — and why not purchase a few prints? — they can be found at the master’s website:
Maybe you can come up with your own inner meanings for some of his pieces!
White Jesus™Kenny Loggins sure keeps busy these days.