LOL.

LOL.

parislemon:

stevekovach:

Thank you Mailbox.

This is the new normal for me too. Which is awesome.

Its been normal for me for a year or two, and I dont even use Mailbox.

parislemon:

stevekovach:

Thank you Mailbox.

This is the new normal for me too. Which is awesome.

Its been normal for me for a year or two, and I dont even use Mailbox.

"Many are brought down by making a strategic error, of which there are six common varieties. There is the Do-It-All strategy, shorthand for failing to make real choices about priorities. The Don Quixote strategy unwisely attacks the company’s strongest competitor first. The Waterloo strategy pursues war on too many fronts at once. The Something-For-Everyone tries to capture every sort of customer at once, rather than prioritising. The Programme-Of-The-Month eschews distinctiveness for whatever strategy is currently fashionable in an industry. The Dreams-That-Never-Come-True strategy never translates ambitious mission statements into clear choices about which markets to compete in and how to win in them."

Staying on top: How strategy really works | The Economist (via kenyatta)

(via rickwebb)

thisistheverge:

xkcd: Perl Problems

thisistheverge:

xkcd: Perl Problems

chartier:

Now the Microsoft Surfaces make sense. One’s for play and work, while the other… wait.

photo via Jonathan Hoover

chartier:

Now the Microsoft Surfaces make sense. One’s for play and work, while the other… wait.

photo via Jonathan Hoover

nerdology:

Fast and the Furious 6 - Extended Trailer

This movie is going to be insane in all of the best ways.

There are exactly 0 movies I am more excited for in 2013.

laughingsquid:

A Cover From Every Red Hot Chili Peppers Album in Only One Minute

Perfect start to a Wednesday. Time to go make a playlist of every RHCP song in Rdio.

"But if “House of Cards” proves a workable model, cable television will, over time, be down to one thing: live sports."

—Tim Wu on Why “House of Cards” Could Signal the Decline of Cable Television : The New Yorker (via thisistheverge)

(via thisistheverge)

amalucky:


(via Information Is Beautiful | The Hierarchy Of Digital Distractions)

amalucky:

(via Information Is Beautiful | The Hierarchy Of Digital Distractions)

(via thenextweb)

laughingsquid:

Canada Puts their Penny Into Retirement

Can we join them?

laughingsquid:

Canada Puts their Penny Into Retirement

Can we join them?

thetickr:

Ravens confetti snow angel. To Burbon St. Everybody! via @tyronem

I’m glad I waited until the final whistle to fire up Halo.

thetickr:

Ravens confetti snow angel. To Burbon St. Everybody! via @tyronem

I’m glad I waited until the final whistle to fire up Halo.

thenextweb:

The HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook offers a 14-inch display, is powered by a 1.1GHz Intel Celeron Processor 847 and offers up to 4GB of RAM (2GB as standard), a 16GB SSD drive, HDMI output, three USB ports, SD card support and a built-in webcam for video chats, (via HP officially launches the HP Pavilion 14, its first Chromebook, for $329.99 - The Next Web)

So, I’ve been passively looking for a new computer for some time now. I am SO close to just getting a Chromebook and being done with it - I usually do my development on some other server, so the lack of a well-defined “local” is not that big of a deal for me. The lack of games sucks, but I own consoles, so not a dealbreaker. 

The Chromebook seems like a computer that would work, it just wouldn’t be amazing. Can I live with that? Probably. Could I spent a bit more and get an awesome Mac Mini? Yes.

thenextweb:

The HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook offers a 14-inch display, is powered by a 1.1GHz Intel Celeron Processor 847 and offers up to 4GB of RAM (2GB as standard), a 16GB SSD drive, HDMI output, three USB ports, SD card support and a built-in webcam for video chats, (via HP officially launches the HP Pavilion 14, its first Chromebook, for $329.99 - The Next Web)

So, I’ve been passively looking for a new computer for some time now. I am SO close to just getting a Chromebook and being done with it - I usually do my development on some other server, so the lack of a well-defined “local” is not that big of a deal for me. The lack of games sucks, but I own consoles, so not a dealbreaker.

The Chromebook seems like a computer that would work, it just wouldn’t be amazing. Can I live with that? Probably. Could I spent a bit more and get an awesome Mac Mini? Yes.

(Source: thenextweb)

laughingsquid:

Enlist!, A Star Trek “Red Shirt” T-Shirt Design

laughingsquid:

Enlist!, A Star Trek “Red Shirt” T-Shirt Design

Flight, from Twitter

Awesome, awesome new event driven component framework from the folks at Twitter. Looks like a great way to do some heavy lifting in JS without getting caught in callback hell, or going with some of the other, more opinionated front end frameworks. Flight makes only a few decisions for you, and you can override most of them.