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If Fonts Were Dogs
(via buzz, look-e-here)
This really hits home since I just brought home a rambunctious young Fraktur of my own.

If Fonts Were Dogs

(via buzz, look-e-here)

This really hits home since I just brought home a rambunctious young Fraktur of my own.

sneak:

I made this simple site for a side-project called Gentlemen. Head on over to download a free copy of the track “Paper Money”. Booya.

sneak:

I made this simple site for a side-project called Gentlemen. Head on over to download a free copy of the track “Paper Money”. Booya.

Sense of humor

sadish:

TouchPad also comes with an external 10W A/C adapter. So you can keep the fun going indefinitely. That is, as long as you keep paying your power bill.

- as found at HP TouchPad features.

What a sense of humor HP !!!

Somebody who spends $500-$600 on your TouchPad will definitely miss his electricity payment.



csrwiretalkback:

Originally posted on the BCLC Blog.

By Emily Drew

If you were a woman in rural Benin today, you would spend 10 hours each week carrying food and water. As a Tanzania Masaai woman, you would walk up to 30 kilometers to collect water in the dry season and, of course, walk back…

minimalistco:

Abbie Cornish by Michael Evanet

minimalistco:

Abbie Cornish by Michael Evanet

An iOS Developer Takes on Android

nfarina:

Recently, we released the Android version of Meridian, our platform for building location-based apps.

We didn’t use one of these “Cross Platform!” tools like Titanium. We wrote it, from scratch, in Java, like you do in Android.

We decided it was important to keep the native stuff native, and to respect each platform’s conventions as much as possible. Some conventions are easy to follow, like putting our tabs on the top. Other conventions go deep into the Android Way, like handling Intents, closing old Activities, implementing Search Providers, and being strict about references to help the garbage collector.

Now, our platform leverages HTML5 (buzzword, sorry) in many places for branding and content display, so we got a fair amount of UI for free. But there was much platform code written in Objective-C that needed translation into Java, such as map navigation, directions, and location switching.

So, we rolled up our sleeves, downloaded the Android SDK, and got to work.

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