im always torn between wanting to have less and wanting an anthropologie like home: this looks like the perfect combo.
Occasionally, when it got bad, I wanted to explain to him the stupid troubles I had, which at the time seemed the handy work of the devil himself, of a beautiful girl who liked this band but didn’t like me back.
Programming has an incredible culture of sharing that works […] how can a whole industry operate if so many people work for free? Of course, the real question they should be asking is: how can an industry operate if people don’t share?
[…] As you may know, we started this project for two simple reasons:
1) There’s a ton of really cool things happening every day, and
2) We almost never hear about them until it’s too late.
We hope to solve that problem by building a community of people who post and rank the most exciting upcoming events. […]
AND the favicon is a Spaceman. YAY!
Treat every job and project like an experiment – see what you like, see what you’re good at, write down what you learn about yourself, and cultivate mentors who you look up to. As soon as it feels natural to you, identify strengths/skills that you want to be excellent at, and invest time and energy into being fantastic at them. […]
[…] That said, if a website knew that a shopper was using her smartphone in the din of Manhattan, maybe it would present her with a simpler layout than if she were browsing in the relative serenity of Hudson Valley.