Monthly Archives: May 2009

FFFFound!, Dropular and other picture-crack

I can’t fight the urge. I keep relapsing. Photo blogs are too powerful for me to resist. Here are a few of the regular spots I’m getting my daily fix: Yimmy’s Yayo this isn’t happiness HotWheels (brother of this isn’t happiness) FFFFOUND! Dropular

we are all analogue

Cheers to my boys up north at Analogue for the relaunch of their company blog. *I think they’re using a little too much sIFR sauce, but it looks lovely.

Microsoft, you’re gonna lose

Yes, you’re gonna lose. In fact, you’ve been losing for a long time. And I know you won’t go down quietly. You’ll continue to kick and scream until you hit the canvas.

WSJ learning from NYT

Every time a go back to the WSJ, they’ve made more incremental changes to their site (mostly for the good). One particular area they’re putting more effort into is data visualizations: Since the redesign, articles have been set within a tab structure, with the first tab being the article, then any addition video/visualizations/slideshows within another […]