And here’s 2018. I don’t even want to start on the state of the mobile web, especially news websites.
Look we just wanted to make sure The Ocean would remember our species for having delivered value at any cost.
The Punisher logo is genius. Via Pete.
Ah, lovely. Absolutely lovely. Really lovely folks, let me tell you.
Wikipedia calls it “decompression damage”. The Smithsonian Magazine has more.
They call themselves Blac Rabbit. Here they are on Ellen.
I had no idea how these were made until watching this. The music is annoying.
What’s even more remarkable is that it has about 12,000 posts in a single ~38MB file! He uses TiddlyWiki which I need to try and understand.
Being a satirical take on the state of enterprise software development, and authored by smart people who presumably like to watch the world burn. The issues are highly entertaining as well.
The firm also did the beautiful, interactive version of Transmit’s awesome logo.
I wish I had this intuitive, visual understanding and appreciation of the topic when I was in college.
This is some astounding PowerPoint-fu. Reminded me of the words of Linus Torvalds, “That is either genius, or a seriously diseased mind.”
He played Hans Gruber’s “right-hand man” Karl Vreski. Here’s more on his roller-coaster of a life.
By someone at Toggl, a software company that also makes great comics… 🤷♂️
It also doesn’t retail for less than $21,000 so there’s that.
Constructed around 1100 BCE, it had “995 graffiti left by visitors […], ranging from the 1st century BC to the 4th century AD” a 1,000 years later.