Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
Pretty sweet song shot in my hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. Kinda funny how it starts out though: “make some noise if you’re from a town with less than 100,000 people.” Madison is more than twice that and doesn’t feel all that “small towny” to me. If you’re from Brooklyn though, I get it.
He’s doing a Kickstarter too.
“I found myself trying to explain why we were doing this and there was no good reason,” Remsik says. “So that’s why we should do stuff like this, because there’s no good reason to do it.”
Tuesday, January 29th, 2013
From the good folks at mya-moe ukuleles.
And the process pictures. Can’t wait to get it in the mail.
Monday, January 28th, 2013
Not too far apart from every other startup:
Friday, January 18th, 2013
The AA rebrand seems pretty ubiquitously loved. I like it myself. I’m sure it has a lot to do with the really nice presentation of the launch page, despite some traffic load hiccups.
You gotta wonder though.
If everyone likes your design, it’s banal. Mediocrity shirks offense. Art dares it.
— Jeffrey Zeldman (@zeldman) May 10, 2012
Wednesday, January 16th, 2013
Tons of stuff from Portlandia is about my old hood. This one is especially close to home though, as it’s about renaming 15th Ave, and it starts with them on Killingsworth. (I lived literally on 15th and Killingsworth).
They rename the street Martin Luther King Sr / Mel Blanc / KuGuPu / Steve Jobs / Ken Kesey / Film History / Calligraphy street.
Wednesday, January 16th, 2013
I get a good amount of emails from businesses that are looking to hire people. Hiring good people is so difficult these days, they say.
I dunno. I think you are doing pretty damn well if you are hiring people at all. I’d love to be doing so well in business that my problem is finding people to give money to.
Friday, January 11th, 2013
This song is so badass. It plays in the credits of Commando and it’s impossible to find on album or digitally.
Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
I’m doing The Pastry Box Project this year. I’ll have an article a month. My first one was published, which I’ll re-post below. I just sent them another one too. I like the style over there. Kind of think-y experiential posts that I normally wouldn’t probably write, but do enjoy it.
I wish everyone in the world would blog.
Did you solve a tricky user interface problem today? I’d love to read about the options you considered and why you picked the one you did.
Did you use some technology that you never used before today? I’d love to read about why you avoided it at first and why you came around.
Did you eat at a great restaurant this week? I’d love to read about what you ordered and what it was like there.
Did you subscribe to a new podcast recently? I’d love to read about why you chose to subscribe and your review of it.
Did you buy a board game recently? I’d love to hear how your first time playing it went.
I enjoy living vicariously through you, even for a moment. Give blogging a shot, I bet you won’t regret it.