Dave Shea asks a great question and gets some great answers. Personally, I have way too many things going on outside of work right now
Things to Read
Stray neural firings captured as words. Sometimes design-focused, other times personal, usually topical and useless to most within nanoseconds of being published.
I’ve not followed this closely, in part that I don’t have a phone that could support this. (Ah, the joys of life on a
SitePoint has launched a rather handy reference section on their site full of CSS Reference goodness.
.mobi has released a set of design patterns specifically targeting the iPhone.
One of my heroes passed away last night: Gordon B. Hinckley. Next to my parents and grandparents, he’s one of the people whose influence
Dale Dougherty (Editor/Publisher of MAKE) on an issue that really resonates. Personally, I see myself somewhere in-between. Nicely put and thought-provoking. Planning on rereading
Reuters article about a rather stunning milestone. (Via Cameron)
How to fix health care and education. First exposure to disruptive innovation. Me likey. (Via NorthTemple)
Jan Chipchase gave a brilliant TED talk about how humanity uses technology to survive.
I was visiting Bill Scott’s blog (you know, organizer of Yahoo’s Design Patterns Library) and now newly employed over at Netflix. He mentioned they’re