Things Come Apart: A Teardown Manual for Modern Living ($19) explores the interior of fifty classic designs through more than 180 photographs.
It. Is. Amazing.
I could just sit and study some of these pages for hours.
As a kid, I would accept anything that was broken, so I could take it apart and put it back together again. Sometimes it would start working again!
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I heard about Ragamuffin a while back and have been anxiously waiting to see it surface.
And now it has:
Coffee + Design + Kickstarter = Awesome.
That’s what this Kickstarter project is–it’s awesome!
POTHRA™ combines passion for recycling with design – coffee grounds are transformed into a unique material with these beautiful pots.
Mmmm. Another Bootstrap resource for your coding and designing pleasure.
Bootsnipp, as it’s called, is full of design elements and code snippets specially made for the Bootstrap HTML/CSS/JS framework. There are currently almost 70 up for grabs.
Here’s a closer look:
If there’s anything good about Internet Explorer, it’s that you can download other browsers.
If there’s anything good about Internet Explorer, it’s not available on a Mac.
If there’s anything good about Internet Explorer, it’s good for a few laughs:
Citing Creative Commons is something that gets overlooked far too often. I’ve seen some statistics state that over 90% of websites don’t cite images correctly. In fact, since ChurchMag posted this handy infographic on how to properly cite images on blogs and websites, we’ve changed our own policy. Of course, Compfight makes it easy to do it right!
But what if you’re a photographer?
Which license should you use?
Let this be your guide:
If you’re looking for another place to find projection resources, you need to browse through the Clark Media Store.
It’s packed full of:
- Mini Movies
- Song Tracks
You can even grab yourself some free downloads!
Most meetings are a complete waste of time.
I said it.
Ever since college I’ve thought this, and even after I hit the business world my view of meetings has not changed. Sure, there are those exceptions, but for the most part, meetings are a waste.
Here’s a few reasons why:
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is the first person to create a music video from space.
And it is just as awesome as you would think it would be.
Not only does he sing it pretty well, but the video shots are amazing. The idea of playing the guitar in zero-gravity–yeah, that’s awesome.
Check it out:
Here’s a tall glass of inspiration.
Christian hip hop artist Propaganda shares the G.O.S.P.E.L. in the most excellent way.
The video production is top-notch. Lyrically it’s spot-on. This is better than a bowl-full of your favorite breakfast cereal.