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A Sociology of the Smartphone
A Sociology of the Smartphone https://t.co/cdssjkJ04n
"altered the texture of everyday life, digesting many longstanding spaces and rituals"
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David Schneider on Twitter: "Thread. A story for our times. https://t.co/I2dgeaP0rS"
Thread. A story for our times. https://t.co/I2dgeaP0rS

— David Schneider (@davidschneider) August 22, 2017
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just now by nickbaldwin
Chrome Mini Products
Chromebox Mini

Features:

● Fanless/non venting hole design
● CPU:Quad-Core Cortex-A17, up to 1.8GHz
● DRAM: LPDDR3 Dual Channel 4GB
● Storage: EMMC 5.0 16GB
● WIFI+ BT4.0: 802.11 b/g/n/ac + BT4.0 x 1
● Dimensions: 5.75 x 3.8 x 0.94 in

For additional details, download the Chromebox Mini spec sheet below.
1 minute ago by sherbondy
Safari tab URLs via TextExpander - All this
For some time now I’ve been using a TextExpander snippet to insert the URL of the frontmost Safari tab into whatever I’m writing.1 Initially I was using TypeIt4Me to do this, but because of some funny results on my G4 iBook, I switched to TextExpander.
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1 minute ago by iRunningguy
How to scan and mark up paper with Notes app in iOS 11 | Cult of Mac
In iOS 11, the Notes app really wants to become the go-to place for you to dump all your ideas, all your snippets, and all your, uh, PDF scans.
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1 minute ago by iRunningguy
Spanish California on Twitter: "This scene might be one of the most important, formative media experiences my young brain ever got Robert Guillaume knocks it right out https://t.co/5Oa3TsEFW3"
Favorite tweet:

This scene might be one of the most important, formative media experiences my young brain ever got
Robert Guillaume knocks it right out http://pic.twitter.com/5Oa3TsEFW3

— Spanish California (@_danilo) August 22, 2017
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1 minute ago by crw
Interface font family
Interface is a font for highly legible text on computer screens.
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3 minutes ago by bartjohnston
[칼럼] ‘대통령 트럼프’는 그렇게 갔습니다.
RT purengom : 대통령 트럼프는 그렇게 갔습니다. 프랭크 브루니의 컬럼. http://bit.ly/2vmlhHL August 23, 2017 at 06:47AM http://twitter.com/purengom/status/900112321498013696
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3 minutes ago by seoulrain
누악쇼트 구경 : 네이버 블로그
RT sweetsexual : 살다 보면 뜬금없는 주제에 꽂힐 때가 있는데, 요즘은 인터넷으로 모리타니 구경을 한다. 지도상의 위치도 그렇고, 그쪽 주변 다른 나라와 비교해도 세상의 끝 같은 느낌... http://bit.ly/2v3dnrG August 23, 2017 at 05:44AM http://twitter.com/sweetsexual/status/900096452432510976
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3 minutes ago by seoulrain
Jeanette Hägglund Photographer
RT climb_chairman : 스웨덴 사진작가 Jeanette Hägglund 가 담은 서울의 모습. 분명히 매일 마주하는 공간/풍경인데 새로워보이고 예뻐보이고 기분이 이상하다.. 출처는 http://bit.ly/2v3Ih36 http://bit.ly/2vmCsJp August 23, 2017 at 12:47AM http://twitter.com/climb_chairman/status/900021565303144448
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3 minutes ago by seoulrain
골든두들 goldendoodlepop.dog
RT gldnddle : 🌇뜨겁고 시큼하고 매운 이별 노래 '똠양꿍 선셋' 발매🌆 멋질 것이 분명한 오늘의 석양과 함께 들어보세요. 골든두들 홈페이지에서 소설도 꼭 읽어보시구!! http://bit.ly/2vmTqHn http://bit.ly/2v3TXTk August 22, 2017 at 06:01PM http://twitter.com/gldnddle/status/899919481790578688
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3 minutes ago by seoulrain
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RT goldenboughbook : 스티븐 킹의 대표작 그것(It)이 새로운 표지로 돌아왔습니다~ 기존 걸작선과 동일한 가격이며 새표지에 본문도 다시 한번 편집을 거쳤습니다. http://bit.ly/2vmCDV1 http://bit.ly/2v3JAPm August 22, 2017 at 11:49AM http://twitter.com/goldenboughbook/status/899825876178567168
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3 minutes ago by seoulrain
(56) Friedman Milton 1991 MasterEdit - YouTube
"I think the most important single thing on people’s success is whether they are lucky enough to be able to earn their living at doing something that, if they can afford to, they would do without any pay." MILTON FRIEDMAN
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6 minutes ago by goodbyedelicious
会社員おすすめ副業 on Twitter: "仕事辞めたい人のための「転職活動の始め方」 https://t.co/76RM2RFmJM @さんから"
仕事辞めたい人のための「転職活動の始め方」 https://t.co/76RM2RFmJM @さんから

— 会社員おすすめ副業 (@FourWwww000001) August 22, 2017
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6 minutes ago by four_wwww
Kaleidoscope — File comparison for Mac
Easily spot the differences in text and image files. Review changes in seconds with the world's most advanced Mac diff tool.
6 minutes ago by donovanwatts
Transgender child, parents sort through new reality
After coming out as a girl, Olivia Kaplan, 4, formerly known as Charley, gets her bangs trimmed by Bobby Jean Larraaga while mother Sara watches nervously. Olivia (whose name has also been changed for privacy) James' sibling, had been describing herself as trans for much of the past year since her brother came out as a transgender boy. Sara and Ben decided to brush it off at first to see if she was just saying that to copy James. But it became apparent over time that it was very real to Olivia. Always a feminine child, at the beginning of the year she finally shouted at her parents that she is a girl. They cautiously allowed her to begin the transition. As of June, Olivia is still happily presenting as a girl. Sara and Ben plan on doing for her what they’ve done for James: Be supportive, allowing them to be themselves whomever they turn out to be later in life.
6 minutes ago by tinotopia
A Brief Overview On Responsive Navigation Patterns – Smashing Magazine
A Brief Overview On Responsive Navigation Patterns – Smashing Magazine To say that responsive web design has changed our industry would be an understatement at best. We used to ask our clients which resolutions and devices they wanted us to support, but we now know the answer is “as many as possible. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by jeremyday
The Rules for Modern Navigation | UX Booth
The Rules for Modern Navigation Websites provide access to all sorts of information. Whether we want to to learn more about an organization, purchase an item, donate to a cause, or access a resource, we’re dependent on site navigation to help us find what we’re looking for. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  article  design  mobile  ui  ux 
6 minutes ago by jeremyday
Responsive Navigation Patterns | Brad Frost
Responsive Navigation Patterns Update: I’ve also written about complex navigation patterns for responsive design. Top and left navigations are typical on large screens, but lack of screen real estate on small screens makes for an interesting challenge. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  article  design  mobile  responsive  ui  ux 
6 minutes ago by jeremyday
Complex Navigation Patterns for Responsive Design | Brad Frost
Complex Navigation Patterns for Responsive Design Great question, but before we get down to brass tacks, I urge you: use mobile as an excuse to revisit your navigation. Look at your analytics. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by jeremyday
Responsive Navigation On Complex Websites – Smashing Magazine
Responsive Navigation On Complex Websites – Smashing Magazine Central to a solid user experience is a well-structured, simple navigation system. Over the past few months, I’ve been involved in launching two large institutional websites with complex navigation systems. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by jeremyday
Basic Patterns of Mobile Navigation | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe
Basic Patterns of Mobile Navigation Once someone starts using your app, they need to know where to go and how to get there at any point. Good navigation is a vehicle that takes users where they want to go. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  article  design  mobile  ui  ux 
6 minutes ago by jeremyday
Wayfinding For The Mobile Web – Smashing Magazine
Wayfinding For The Mobile Web – Smashing Magazine When designing mobile first, navigation takes a back seat to content, and ruthless editing paves the way for more focused experiences. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  article  design  mobile  ui  ux 
7 minutes ago by jeremyday
MN Aging - Health Insurance Counseling
State Health Insurance Assistance Programs (SHIPs) for MN.
1-800-333-2433
medicare  healthcare  insurance  health 
7 minutes ago by pfhyper
How I Became Fake News - POLITICO Magazine
״כך הפכתי לפייק ניוז״: ברנן גילמור, שתיעד את מתקפת הדריסה בשרלוטסוויל, מספר על השבוע שבו הפך לדמות מרכזית בעלילה קונספירטיבית של האלט-רייט
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7 minutes ago by alexpo
About Use All Five | Los Angeles Design Studio
Use All Five is a Los Angeles-based studio started in 2006 by Levi Brooks and Jason Farrell. We’re currently a team of fifteen designers, developers, and strategists.

We help organizations and brands achieve greater impact through strategy, design, and technology.
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8 minutes ago by mariaquinzio
Japan’s Eightfold Fence - American Affairs Journal
Japan has found a separate existence—a separate peace, if you will—from the globalization paradigm that has dominated the West since World War II. The country’s experience over the past quarter century, since the popping of the asset and real estate bubble in 1989, raises a challenge to the fundamental question of Western modernity: how open does a modern nation need to be in order to be “successful”? The Japanese experience should prompt us to ask, in turn, whether the West has too confidently asserted the benefits of openness and globalization, and underestimated the virtues of social cohesion and stability. As one commentator recently claimed, “closed societies are meaner, poorer, and more repressive.”3 Is that really the case? Can such a claim plausibly be made about Japan? If so, what qualifies as “closed” and what as “open”?

It is an almost heretical thought, but maybe Japan has made better national choices since the 1990s than we have given it credit for. It has succeeded in providing a stable and secure life for its people, despite significant economic challenges and statistical stagnation. It has done so in part by maintaining cohesion at home and certain barriers against the world. By comparison, America and Europe appear increasingly confounded by their failures to ensure sociocultural integration, keep their economies growing equally for all, and provide security in the heart of their great cities. When historians look back on global history from the 1990s into the first decades of the twenty-first century, how will they judge which nations were successful, and which failed to provide a good life for their people?
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8 minutes ago by nhaliday
With Great Power, Something Something - Sharksdontsleep
Hey Liz,
Apparently, I'm the captain of the Decathlon team. Or something. I was just wondering if you had any quizzes or guides that I could use.
Thanks,
MJ
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8 minutes ago by sophia_sol
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RT : This is one reason why I think we ought to get out of the capital punishment business. Life is too precious and we…
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8 minutes ago by willwilkinson
KitchenKnifeGuru - sharpening and caring for your kitchen knives
This site recommends six chef's knives and they say that if you want the very sharpest, then the Mac MTH-80 is what you want to get. That's what I have!
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8 minutes ago by darkwater
Pirelli Calendar
Au fait t'as vu que le nouveau calendrier Pirelli est sur le thème Alice ?
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