Code Cards: Christmas cards for your compiler

When not solving problems in usability, our very own Matt Raw makes handmade letterpress Code Cards that can, among other things, help you express love in HTML. Now he and Campbell Raw Press have come up with a series of new compiler-friendly Christmas cards to send your favorite developer this holiday season: Raw eggs, sugar, and copious amounts...

I Got to Touch a Sloth!

Who would have thought that going to the NSTA Conference in Philly last week would have been so much fun?  Don’t get me wrong, hanging with teachers can pretty much guarantee good times, but, sloths, penguins, millipedes, stick bugs, black widows, tarantulas, etc…Not to mention the ability to build myself out of Lego’s?…I was blown...

Introducing the Public Shame 2000

We are in the professional services industry and our bottom line is directly tied to accurately estimating and tracking the hours of work that our resources spend on a project. I’m sure I’m not alone in struggling with the perennial problem of getting our team to “enter their time.” We use a home-grown system called...

Introducing Compost

This past weekend was the Rails Rumble and a team of intrepid blenderbox developers hunkered down in our Brooklyn headquarters and, in a mere 48 hours, produced a slick new web app: Compost. Compost is the simple way to post, share, and present your design comps. More than just a slideshow, Compost allows you to...

Psychogeography is such an amazing thing!

With our recent office move, it’s opened up a completely new world of store exploration options. Ahem, in today’s special episode of “Connie goes out for lunch” - * Beautiful day outside, 72 degrees & lots of fluffy cloud cover * Quick phone call to my Mom after passing a bait & tackle store on...

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Font Conference

Funny to see fonts personified though I'm not sure if I agree with Comic Sans as superman… treatment for sciatica zp8497586rq

Outside, The First Massively Multiplayer Game

An excellent review of Outside, billed as the the first massively multiplayer game. The physics system is note-perfect (often at the expense of playability), the graphics are beyond comparison, the rendering of objects is absolutely beautiful at any distance, and the player’s ability to interact with objects is really limited only by other players’ tolerance....

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communication breakdown.

this is what happens when clients and vendors have a communication breakdown Customer: ‘Yes, I would like to order a cake for a going away party this week.’ Employee: ‘Whatchu want on da cake?’ Customer: ‘Best Wishes Suzanne.’ And underneath that ‘We will miss you’.

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word perhect

www.wordperhect.net

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