If you are looking for a well-written blog that focuses on mobile and isn’t simply singing the praises of Apple or Google, I highly recommend this one. Having a healthy dose of curmudgeon doesn’t hurt, either.
I feel personal blogs should be presented in a chronological order, as opposed to the usual reverse-chronological order we are used to. Personal blogs are most often journals of one’s life; in many cases, to get the full meaning of one post, one should have first read the posts pre-dating it. Which poses a problem when writing on the Internet: no one wants to scroll just to get to the latest content, nor does anyone want to click though many pages just to get to the latest post.
Solve this problem properly and we could have something really innovative on our hands.
This site will be a repository of calculations revolving around such things as orange peels, whales, high-priced escorts, swimming pools, and tears of joy. There’s a lot of stupidity in the pipeline.
This is the one of the best new sites I’ve discovered in a while.
The title says it all, really.
a celebration of arbitrary and gratuitous user interface decisions, collected and grumped out by @303 and some friends.
On the Gizmodo iPhone leak:
“Hi, this is Steve. I really want my phone back.”
He wasn’t demanding. He was asking. And he was charming and he was funny. I was half-naked, just getting back from surfing, but I managed to keep my shit together.
The single best remembrance piece I’ve read on Jobs.