“I have always loved Budweiser’s can and bottle labels: the busyness, the wordiness, the medallion-ness. Totally over the top but very restrained. And highly recognizable with that striking red and blue on white. The new can has lost pretty much all of that beautiful contrast.”
A friend and I were just talking about how great the Budweiser can is the other day. Drag.
There was nothing difficult about the concept of multiplication — the problem was that numbers, at the time, had a bad user interface.
Here’s another Photo of the shuttle from my plane. on Twitpic.
“Timothy et Eric”
When we (mis)attribute a joke or quote, we’re … giving our unconscious an author, and leaning on the author’s authority. …it’s an acceptable way to let our nervous feelings out, without having to completely own them ourselves. We just co-sign.
Rand … was also a staunch advocate of abortion rights and sexual hedonism, and an atheist to boot, which her conservative admirers have largely ignored.
…it kind of feels like the iMac grew up with us.
I cannot think of anything that works as well or as consistently as the humble land line telephone.
GeoCities was the largest self-created folk-art collection in the history of the world
the best apps are the ones that have the fewest features and execute on them insanely well.
Was painfully reminded of this while looking for a Notational Velocity alternative for Linux.
I was tickled that I got emacs into a block buster movie.
One of the most disappointing things about the slew of online Rebecca Black abuse is the sheer poverty of language involved.