PLEASE REBLOG Last chance to save Net Neutrality

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There’s only 36 hours left comment on the FCC’s proposal to allow for Net Neutrality-shredding “Internet fast lanes” that let phone companies to pick Internet winners and losers—it’s time to act.

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That was such a great cup.

Get at it, fellas.

"Why must you call it the Thunderbox?"

This had me doing that wheezy, old-man kind of laugh that grows steadily the more you think about the joke. Joshua Ferris has such a unique way of humor.

(As seen in To Rise Again at a Decent Hour)

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Phil Kaye // “Repetition” (Poetry Observed)

"If you watch the sun set too often, it just becomes 6 PM. If you make the same mistake over and over, you’ll stop calling it a mistake."

The first video in our series with Poetry Observed. The amazing Phil Kaye. Words matter.

Happy Saturday. #superiortimes (at Breakers)

I remember learning once that a theory for why zebras have stripes is because they cause a visual effect that makes the herd blur together, thus deterring predators.

Proof of the importance of repetition and consistency, I suppose?

"Oh hey, the voice of Creed is playing at Brat Fest this weekend, wanna go?"

Clever packaging, Tretorn.

“Many years ago, clicking was the simple answer to this question. The general thought was that if you made your page too long, users would only view and read the top half and glance over or ignore the bottom half. Today, things have changed. Many users do scroll to the end of the page and have no problem doing so. Scrolling has become a second-nature and clicking a chore. As user behavior changes over time, designers need to take that into account in their designs.”

Why Scrolling is the New Click, 01/10/12

I still today in 2014 get into heated discussions about designing web experiences where “above the fold” trumps scrolling. Can you imagine the outrage if Tumblr made us click to see the next post in the dashboard? 

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This is so true.

Feeling pretty good about today’s April Fools’ prank—though not much of a “prank,” more just teasing the boss. Used painters’ tape on the inside to create an outline for Lincoln, got a nice variety of Post-It’s and it turned out pretty well.

(ABE is the name of a new program being implemented, the acronym gets thrown around a lot in the office.) Feeling pretty good about today’s April Fools’ prank—though not much of a “prank,” more just teasing the boss. Used painters’ tape on the inside to create an outline for Lincoln, got a nice variety of Post-It’s and it turned out pretty well.

(ABE is the name of a new program being implemented, the acronym gets thrown around a lot in the office.)

Feeling pretty good about today’s April Fools’ prank—though not much of a “prank,” more just teasing the boss. Used painters’ tape on the inside to create an outline for Lincoln, got a nice variety of Post-It’s and it turned out pretty well.

(ABE is the name of a new program being implemented, the acronym gets thrown around a lot in the office.)