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“1. Your boss is always yelling, “I wanna see your ass in here by 8:00!”
“Abbreviations are shortened versions of words or phrases. There are many abbreviations which are used frequently in English, most of which are derived from Latin. In fact, the word ‘abbreviation’ is derived from the Latin word brevis, which means short.”
[CNN] iReporters were given 48 hours this month to send in a photo or video of the view outside a nearby window. The response was overwhelming.
De-friending has always been awkward. Social networks offer one click “remove a friend” options, but it still doesn’t make the decision any easier.
Google Maps Mania links to maps that are putting a whole new spin on traditional literature.
The YouTube team released an example mashup that merges Gears geolocation and the video geo search. Using the demo application, you can find nearby videos based on your location, maybe even your neighbor’s Firefly tribute movie.
Get from in front of the computer by getting in front a hottie.
The explosion of Flash content like widgets has created several complex problems, like how to index it in search engines, how to make it work on mobile, and how to track it.
A remarkable video created with photos shot on an iPhone.
Nick Piggott’s blog about the intersection between new media and radio
Who knew they actually made a 160-megapixel camera? Find that and more in this strange list.
95% of the information on the web is written language. It is only logical to say that a web designer should get good training in the main discipline of shaping written information, in other words: Typography.