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         <li><a href="http://www.bigbuttonsapp.com/" class="ttl">Big Buttons - control your Mac with your iPhone</a> Control anything that you can script on your Mac with your iPhone.</li> <li><a href="http://www.stephenkenn.com/projects/" class="ttl">Stephen Kenn: Inheritance collection</a> LA designer learns of a military surplus facility and upcycles tons of fabric into furniture with a mid-century nod in form. The video tells the story of the vison and spirit of Kenn. I love videos like this, and the Made by Hand series, that show how a maker starts with a pure idea that is imbued with the creator's beliefs and turns it into a usable product. /via Core77</li> <li><a href="http://ianstormtaylor.com/design-tip-never-use-black/" class="ttl">Design Tip: Never Use Black by Ian Storm Taylor</a> "Problem is, we see dark things and assume they are black things. When, in reality, it’s very hard to find something that is pure black. Roads aren’t black. Your office chair isn’t black. The sidebar in Sparrow isn’t black. Words on web pages aren’t black."</li> <li><a href="http://10k.aneventapart.com/" class="ttl">10K Apart - An Event Apart + Mix Online</a> Loved the 5K project. The 10K is just as cool.</li> <li><a href="http://www.campaignmonitor.com/guides/mobile/design/" class="ttl">Responsive Email Design | Campaign Monitor</a> </li> <li><a href="http://speckyboy.com/2012/02/29/40-examples-of-brilliant-responsive-website-layouts/" class="ttl">40 Examples of Brilliant Responsive Website Layouts - Speckyboy Design Magazine</a> </li> <li><a href="http://shop.kneadle.com/product/httpster-tee-bird-edition-tri-black" class="ttl">Kneadle — HTTPSTER Tee, Bird Edition (Tri-Black)</a> Am I only slightly less conformist if I only link to this rather than buy it? Like.</li> <li><a href="http://parislemon.com/post/29382684552/soxiam-ibm-port-a-punch-someone-call-the" class="ttl">IBM Port-A-Punch | parislemon</a> The IBM punch card programmer's paper tablet.</li> <li><a href="http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/profiles/sir-jonathan-ive-we-nearly-axed-the-iphone-it-wasnt-enough-to-be-good-we-knew-it-had-to-be-great-7988045.html" class="ttl">Sir Jonathan Ive: We nearly axed the iPhone, it wasn't enough to be good ...we knew it had to be great - The Independent</a> Sir Jony, who has worked at Apple since 1992, said it was not uncommon to feel during the planning stage of a device that "we were pursuing something that we think 'that's really incredibly compelling', but we're really struggling to solve the problem that it represents". "We have been, on a number of occasions, preparing for mass production and in a room and realised we are talking a little too loud about the virtues of something. That to me is always the danger, if I'm trying to talk a little too loud about something and realising I'm trying to convince myself that something's good.</li> <li><a href="http://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/10-habits-of-remarkably-charismatic-people.html?nav=pop" class="ttl">10 Habits of Remarkably Charismatic People | Inc.com</a> </li> <li><a href="http://www.bestvendor.com/best/wireframing" class="ttl">The 10+ Best Wireframing Tools - BestVendor.com</a> There is no best tool, there's only what works for your situation and storyline. The best thing is your brain.</li> <li><a href="http://macperformanceguide.com/MountainLion-SaveAs-data-destruction.html" class="ttl">MPG - OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion - OS X Mountain Lion: Data Loss via 'Save As'</a> Apple is crazy bold. I wonder how many would go with hiding options like Save As, using a key combination. There are some serious side effects to their hidden save as, by the way, as this post notes, resulting in the need to use the Revert To... feature, a technique also referred to as "unfucking." All of this only makes me think of people who use the term "unfuckingbelievable" in moments of crisis and disbelief.  It's never easy to remove from an interface, but at this level of use, it is is bold and not at all unbelievable.</li>