I Think I Should Get More Credit for Killing Hitler
Dru Johnston: "If I hadn’t built that time machine and gone back to kill Hitler, you’d all be saying to yourselves, 'Man, I wish I had a time machine so I could kill Hitler.' In fact, growing up that was such a common sentiment it never dawned on me no one would know who he was when I returned. So I took out this ad in the Times to help explain why everyone owes me. I’m not looking to be a hero. But a thank-you would be nice."
humor  hitler  timetravel 
7 days ago
The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews
Jason Dana, in the NY Times: "[I]nterviewers typically form strong but unwarranted impressions about interviewees, often revealing more about themselves than the candidates."
nytimes  jasondana  interviews  jobmarket 
16 days ago
I'm With Her: What I learned designing a logo for Hillary Clinton
Michael Beirut, in Design Observer: "It isn’t pleasant to have talk show hosts making fun of your work on national television. And there was something all so gleefully vicious about it. It was just some simple geometric shapes and a couple of primary colors, yet it seemed to drive so many people crazy."
design  branding  visualrhetoric  politics  michaelbierut  process 
21 days ago
Learning to Think Like a Computer
Laura Pappano covers the rise of "comptutational thinking" on university campuses in the NY Times. This train is probably moving too fast to be stopped, but let's remember: "There is no reliable research showing that computing makes one more creative or more able to problem-solve."
computationalthinking  highered  tlos 
24 days ago
Every Hokie Has a Story
Nice coverage of the VT Stories project in Virginia Tech Magazine.
vt  vtstories  quinnwarnick  oralhistory  digitalstorytelling 
4 weeks ago
"Logobook is a showcase of the finest logos, symbols & trademarks."
logos  design  graphicdesign  reference 
7 weeks ago
What writers really do when they write
George Saunders, in the Guardian. I like his take on the iterative nature of writing: "The artist ... is like the optometrist, always asking: Is it better like this? Or like this?"
georgesaunders  writing  art  guardian 
7 weeks ago
Trisection of a Cube
Cool 3D printing model on Thingiverse.
3dprinting  puzzle 
8 weeks ago
Finding our Twitter voice
Slack's Anna Pickard: "As we’ve grown, the number of mentions has exploded from a couple dozen to hundreds (sometimes thousands) every day. But we’ve still tried to maintain the same tone, whoever is tweeting. It’s the place that the Slack voice is the most playful, but it’s also high pressure — which makes it a tricky one to scale."
twitter  contentstrategy  slack  mediumdotcom  socialmedia 
9 weeks ago
A podcast studio for under $100
Jason Snell: " To be clear—you could use your iPhone’s microphone or a set of EarPods and record a podcast with no extra investment, and you don’t need to spend a dime to get started. GarageBand is free with every Mac, Audacity is free for everyone, and Ferrite is free on iOS with a couple cheap in-app purchases for extra features. But if you do want to invest a little bit in a better microphone, where should you put that cash? Here’s my recommendation for how you can get a great set-up for under $100."
podcasting  audio  mac  software 
9 weeks ago
The movie that doesn’t exist and the Redditors who think it does
Amelia Tait, in the New Statesman: "We have become very used to the idea that you can find anything on the internet, yet what do we accept as “proof”? Do we need pictures, videos, and articles, or is the fact that hundreds of others share our memory enough?"
memory  psychology  reddit  sinbad  shaq  mandelaeffect 
9 weeks ago
SoundSource: The Sound Control That Should Be Built Into MacOS
New app from Rogue Amoeba: "From SoundSource’s menu bar icon, you can instantly configure the audio devices your Mac uses for Input, Output and Sound Effects. In seconds, you can adjust the volume for each of your audio devices or switch between connected devices. SoundSource can also enable the soft play-thru of audio from input devices. Use the Play-Thru window to monitor any connected input, such as a microphone, right through your headphones or other output."
audio  app  mac 
9 weeks ago
50 Things You Can Control Right Now
Lori Deschene: "Sure, there are lots of things we can’t control: businesses may fold, stocks may plummet, relationships may end—the list is infinite, really. But wouldn’t we be far more effective if we focused on all things we can control instead; if we stopped worrying about the indefinite and started benefiting from the guaranteed?"
psychology  happiness 
9 weeks ago
The Art of Storytelling
Great video series from "Pixar in a Box," a partnership between Pixar and Khan Academy.
storytelling  video  pixar  tutorial  digitalstorytelling 
9 weeks ago
Speeches of Note
"In the coming weeks, months and years, from this virtual lectern, we will celebrate oratory old and new, endeavouring not just to whoop with delight at the speeches that we already know and admire but also to shine a light on those speeches which, despite their brilliance, are often ignored."
speeches  oratory  rhetoric  history 
11 weeks ago
Will You Graduate? Ask Big Data
Joseph B. Treaster, in the NY Times: "Health care companies and sports teams have been working with predictive analytics for years. But the approach is in its early stages on campuses. A handful of companies have sprung up in the last few years, working with perhaps 200 universities. They identify trends in the data and create computer programs that monitor student progress and alert advisers when students go off historically successful pathways."
nytimes  highered  bigdata  dataanalysis  dilt 
11 weeks ago
Responsive Grid System
"The Responsive Grid System isn't a framework. It's not a boilerplate either. It's a quick, easy & flexible way to create a responsive web site."
css  webdesign  grid  framework  responsive 
12 weeks ago
"Establish a typographic system with modular scale & vertical rhythm."
css  webdesign  grid  webapp  framework 
12 weeks ago
Why time management is ruining our lives
Oliver Burkeman, in the Guardian: "The allure of the doctrine of time management is that, one day, everything might finally be under control. Yet work in the modern economy is notable for its limitlessness. And if the stream of incoming emails is endless, Inbox Zero can never bring liberation: you’re still Sisyphus, rolling his boulder up that hill for all eternity — you’re just rolling it slightly faster."
productivity  timemanagement  oliverburkeman  guardian  merlinmann  psychology 
12 weeks ago
Cool project by David Smith: "The concept was simple. Take a few of my favorite podcasts and run them through automated speech-to-text and make the result searchable."
podcasting  audio  transcription  search 
12 weeks ago
What Is a Story, and Where Does It Come From?
Mark W. Travis: "Maybe the creative urge we feel is meant primarily to feed our selves, nourish ourselves, take care of, comfort and protect ourselves. We think we tell stories for others, to inform or entertain. But what if we are initially doing this for ourselves? What if our storytelling is such an essential tool to keep the human psyche in balance that it has become as important as food, air and sleep?"
storytelling  creativity 
12 weeks ago
Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling
Lots of great advice for storytellers here. I like number 4: "Once upon a time there was ___. Every day, ___. One day ___. Because of that, ___. Because of that, ___. Until finally ___."
storytelling  pixar  writing  creativity 
january 2017
Where do you get your ideas?
Nice piece on fiction writing and creativity, by Neil Gaiman: "Where do I get my ideas from? I make them up. Out of my head."
neilgaiman  creativity  fiction  writing  storytelling 
january 2017
Is Your Digital Life Ready for Your Death?
Tim Herrera, in the NY Times: "You’ve probably thought about what will happen to your finances, your possessions and maybe even your real estate when you die. But what about your Facebook account? Or your hard-drive backups?"
death  nytimes  digitalself  socialmedia 
january 2017
How to Get Strong Letters of Recommendation from Professors
Good advice from Paul T. Corrigan: "In a real sense, however, we don’t write your letters. You do. You write your own letters by the reputation and relationships you build during your years in college. When your professors sit down to type out a recommendation on official letterhead, we just do our best to record in words what you’ve already written with your actions."
students  lettersofrec  gradschool  advice 
january 2017
The Case Against Sugar
Gary Taubes, in Aeon: "With the epidemics of obesity and diabetes having long ago passed into crisis level, isn’t it time we finally considered seriously the possibility that our prescriptions and approaches to prevention and treatment of these diseases are simply wrong, based on incorrect paradigms and a century of misguided science?"
sugar  diet  health  food  obesity 
january 2017
I’ve left Twitter. It is unusable for anyone but trolls, robots and dictators
Lindy West, in the Guardian: "Twitter, for the past five years, has been a machine where I put in unpaid work and tension headaches come out."
twitter  digitalself  lindywest  socialmedia  trolling 
january 2017
How to Internet
Jenny Odell looks back at the early "how to" videos for email and the internet: "What makes the highway metaphor sound so strange now is that it implies the traversing of space and the passing of time. It’s another version of the old 'series of tubes' idea, before the internet began to feel like a stifling sea of instantaneity."
internet  history  tutorials  mediumdotcom  jennyodell 
december 2016
Cool open-source tool using React.js components for modular charting and data visualization.
dataviz  javascript  data  charts 
december 2016
A Simple Web Developer's Guide To Color
Laura Elizabeth, in Smashing Magazine: "I’ve never been a fan of color theory. I think it’s because I’ve always been a bit hopeless at it.... That’s why, in this article, you won’t see a single color wheel. Instead I’m going to show you a simple color workflow that you can use in your next web project."
webdesign  color  smashingmagazine  4814 
december 2016
Interesting web and mobile protoyping tool: "Get high-fidelity in under 5 minutes. Upload your design files and add animations, gestures, and transitions to transform your static screens into clickable, interactive prototypes."
design  webdesign  app  collaboration  prototyping  software 
december 2016
Citations are not enough: Academic promotion panels must take into account a scholar’s presence in popular media.
Asit Biswas and Julian Kirchherr make a bold argument: "It may be time to reassess scholars’ performance. For tenure and promotion considerations, scholars’ impacts on policy formulation and public debates should also be assessed. These publications often showcase the practical relevance and potential application of the research results to solve real world problems."
tenure  socialmedia  digitalself  academia 
december 2016
CSS Hero: Visual CSS Editor
Add another one to the list: "CSS Hero is the definitive WordPress plugin to easily customize the look of your Themes and Plugins with an easy and intuitive point and click interface."
css  wordpress  plugin 
december 2016
Software Carpentry
"Since 1998, Software Carpentry has been teaching researchers in science, engineering, medicine, and related disciplines the computing skills they need to get more done in less time and with less pain."
digitalliteracies  software  tutorials  programming  coding  profdev 
december 2016
Markdown: Markup That's Downright Simple
Nice interview with Carlos Evia on the Content Wrangler: “Years ago, I started coding websites with HTML and then structuring documentation with XML, but Markdown allows me to use plain text for similar purposes. My Markdown files can become HTML and XML deliverables with one or two lines of commands or a few keystrokes.”
december 2016
How I Detect Fake News
Basic, but important, strategies from Tim O'Reilly. For instance: "Are there multiple independent accounts of the same story? This is a technique that was long used by human reporters in the days when truth was central to the news. A story, however juicy, would never be reported on the evidence of a single source."
timoreilly  information  literacy  data  news 
december 2016
Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street
New venture from the (ousted, I think?) founder of America's Test Kitchen. Also a fantastic example of responsive web design. (Check out those recipe pages!)
cooking  webdesign  responsive 
december 2016
National Park Maps
Fantastic resource: "The National Park Service publishes tons of great free maps; I’ve collected them all for you here. On this site you can download PDF and image files of any U.S. national park map."
maps  nationalparks  travel 
december 2016
Amazon LightSail
Cheap virtual private servers from Amazon. Might be worth checking out.
hosting  webhosting  amazon  aws  dooo 
december 2016
A better way to teach technical skills to a group
Great suggestions from Miriam Posner designed to solve a perpetual problem with in-class workshops: "The instructor issues directions while students try to keep up at each step. Some students accomplish each step quickly, but some students take a little longer to find the right menu item or remember where they’ve saved a file. No matter how often you tell students to please interrupt or raise a hand if they need help, most students won’t do this. They don’t want to slow everyone else down with what they’re sure is a stupid question. Eventually, these students stop trying to follow along, and the workshop becomes, in their minds, further evidence that they’re not cut out for this."
pedagogy  workshop  digitalliteracies  digitalhumanities  syllabus 
december 2016
Understanding Educational Research Design: The Infographic
Laura Gogia: "The misuse of methods is rampant and labels are not to be blindly trusted. Research questions tell a story oftentimes bigger than the article itself. Data collection and analytic tools can be used in different ways by different research traditions to produce very different outcomes. Philosophy shapes everything."
education  research  methods  infographics 
december 2016
Gossip, Rumors, and Lies
Michael Lopp on the importance (and perils) of staff meetings: "I find that 1:1s beat staff meetings in two important categories: trust building and quality of signal. But, there are ongoing compounding benefits to a regular well-run staff meeting."
management  meetings 
december 2016
Troubleshooting some nasty Safari malware
Helpful tips from Jason Snell: "The problem is that the pop-up appeared every time my sister opened Safari, and it proved impossible to dismiss the pop-up and then access Safari settings before the pop-up reappeared. Her question for me was simple: How do I get access to Safari back and make sure this doesn’t happen again? It took a couple hours of trying to get the answer. If you or a family member of yours gets infected by this same approach, maybe I can save you some time and heartache."
mac  apple  techsupport  malware 
december 2016
Every Story is the Same
Will Schoder breaks down Joseph Campbell's and Dan Harmon's storytelling models using (what else?) Star Wars.
storytelling  digitalstorytelling  video  starwars  newmedia 
november 2016
Redesigning Waxy, 2016 edition
Andy Baio makes the case for old-school blogging: "Here, I control my words. Nobody can shut this site down, run annoying ads on it, or sell it to a phone company. Nobody can tell me what I can or can’t say, and I have complete control over the way it’s displayed. Nobody except me can change the URL structure, breaking 14 years of links to content on the web."
dooo  blogging  andybaio  onlineidentity  digitalself 
november 2016
CSS Reference
"Learn by example: cssreference.io is a free visual guide to CSS. It features the most popular properties, and explains them with illustrated and animated examples."
webdesign  css  reference  4814 
november 2016
JITP special issue on ePortfolios
Lot of familiar names in this table of contents...
edtech  eportfolios  journals  tlos 
november 2016
The Civil Conversations Project
Interesting new project from On Being's Krista Tippett: "How do we speak the questions we don’t know how to ask each other? How to engage our neighbors who have become strangers? Can we do that even while we continue to hold passionate disagreements on deep convictions? How is technology playing into all this, and how can we shape it to human purposes?"
kristatippett  religion  discourse  politics  relationships 
november 2016
Beginning Woodworking
"[W]here to start with woodworking? What machines do you need? My suggestion is that you should start by doing some woodworking, and only after that start buying big equipment." (It's possible that I love the idea of getting into woodworking more than I could ever love actually doing woodworking.)
november 2016
Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend on It.
Cal Newport, an author with no social media presence, writing in the NY Times: "The idea of purposefully introducing into my life a service designed to fragment my attention is as scary to me as the idea of smoking would be to an endurance athlete, and it should be to you if you’re serious about creating things that matter."
socialmedia  digitalself  productivity  calnewport  distraction  nytimes 
november 2016
Who Will Command The Robot Armies?
Another great talk by Maciej Ceglowski: "Today, having built the greatest apparatus for surveillance in history, we're slow to acknowledge that it might present some kind of threat. We would much rather work on the next wave of technology: a smart home assistant in every home, self-driving cars, and rockets to Mars. We have goals in the long term: to cure illness, end death, fix climate change, colonize the solar system, create universal prosperity, reinvent cities, and become beings of pure energy. But we have no plan about how to get there in the medium term, other than 'let’s build things and see what happens.'"
maciejceglowski  technology  surveillance  iot  future  amazon  facebook  google  military  police  politics 
november 2016
No, We’re Not Teaching Composition ‘All Wrong’
Emily Shearer Stewart's thoughtful rebuttal to Joseph R. Teller's misguided, curmudgeonly essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education: "If students consistently fail at something in my classroom, it’s not their fault. It’s mine."
composition  fyc  writing  teaching  pedagogy  chronicle 
november 2016
Not Doing All the Things We Want to Do
Leo Babauta: "We think we’re going to be able to do about 2-5 times what we can actually do. We only have so much capacity, only so much energy, only so much time in the day. But we are not very good at estimating any of those, and we also think the things we want to do are going to take way less time than they’ll actually take."
productivity  selfhelp  timemanagement 
november 2016
Design Inc.
Find designers for branding, web and mobile development, slide decks, etc... I like that you can review each designer's previous work and see how much they charge for various services.
design  freelancing  branding  inspiration 
november 2016
How to make a logo, for free, in about 5 minutes.
Marc Hemeon's oversimplied but still pretty helpful guide to the basics of visual branding: "After you read this, you should be able to throw together a logo without hiring a designer in about five minutes. You‘re not going to end up with the Nike Swoosh or Apple logo, but you will have enough to get going."
mediumdotcom  branding  logos  typography  design 
november 2016
Breaking Up With Twitter
Farhad Manjoo on post-election Twitter exiles: "[I]t wouldn’t be much of a surprise if this moment turns out to be the peak for Twitter. After the election, a handful of Twitter loyalists confessed to feeling alienation over the role the service played in their lives, and the country, this year."
twitter  nytimes  socialmedia  digitalself 
november 2016
What Is a TinyLetter? Like Ye Olde Blog, but Less Public
Teddy Wayne, in the NY Times: "We now find ourselves in the era of the personal email newsletter, an almost retro delivery system that blurs borders between the public and the private, and mashes up characteristics of the analog and digital ages."
nytimes  teddywayne  tiny  letter  newsletter  blogging  digitalself 
november 2016
Native Apps Are Doomed
Eric Elliott makes the case for building progressive web apps for mobile devices: "Steve Jobs’ recommendation to build web apps for iPhone was called his 'biggest mistake' by Forbes, because native apps became a smashing success. Looking back today, it seems obvious that he was really onto something — just way ahead of the capabilities of the existing web standards of the day."
webapp  ios  webdevelopment  app  programming 
november 2016
The concept of different “learning styles” is one of the greatest neuroscience myths
Olivia Goldhill, in Quartz: "Neuromyths arise, Howard-Jones argues, partly due to the technical language barrier that makes understanding neuroscience papers difficult for non-experts, and due to oversimplification of complicated scientific ideas. These myths are then 'promoted by victims of their own wishful thinking' who are sincere but deluded in their belief that some eccentric theory will 'revolutionize science and society,' he writes."
neuroscience  learningstyles  learning  education  pedagogy 
november 2016
A Letter to Past Graduate-Student Me
Raachel Herrmann, in the Chronicle: "Graduate school is an exercise in people not telling you things. It’s also an exercise in learning when to ask questions, and whom to ask. Make it your job to be informed."
chronicle  gradschool  advice 
november 2016
New platform for creating interactive fiction. Kind of like Twine, but supposedly easier to use.
fiction  digitalstorytelling  webapp 
november 2016
MailChimp Content Style Guide
"This style guide was created for MailChimp employees, but we hope it’s helpful for other content and communications teams too." (See also: voiceandtone.com)
copywriting  styleguide  grammar  mailchimp  writing 
october 2016
"Over 780,000 free stock photos, vectors, and art illustrations."
photography  images  stock  free  creativecommons  webdesign 
october 2016
WWW: The Way We Were
Jason Kottke, inspired by a recent episode of Halt and Catch Fire: "[T]he Web is still a fabulous place where anyone can set up a site to do, say, or sell whatever they want, but instead of the promise of small pieces loosely joined, what we mostly got was large pieces tightly coupled. Today’s Web browsers and apps are Holland Tunnels that open up right into shopping malls instead of open city streets."
internet  history  television 
october 2016
A style guide for writing on Medium
Other than his endorsement of the Hemingway App (about which I remain highly skeptical), these tips for Quincy Larson are spot-on: "After spending more than 1,000 hours writing and editing stories for our Medium publication, I’ve decided to create this living style guide for contributors. Feel free to use it for your publication as well."
mediumdotcom  styleguide  writing 
october 2016
Skype Interview Tips
Matthew K. Gold's great list of suggestions for interviewing via Skype or other videochat systems.
matthewkgold  skype  jobmarket  interviewing 
october 2016
IDEO Method Cards
The original design thinking cards: "IDEO Method Cards are a tool to showcase methods we use to inspire great design and keep people at the center of our design process. Each of the 51 cards describes one method and includes a brief story about how and when to use it."
designthinking  creativity  cards 
october 2016
Interesting collections of design thinking cards for specific purposes: "The MethodKits are analogue tools designed to help you develop ideas, get overview and work together in meetings & workshops. Some of the kits are frameworks, while some are libraries. Common uses for the cards are planning, brainstorming, development and evaluation of projects."
designthinking  creativity  cards 
october 2016
81 creativity card decks
Great list of design thinking resources, compiled by Ola Möller, founder of MethodKit: "This is a collection on some of the research I’ve done to scout the field of cards around MethodKit. Analogue workspaces are boring. They often consist of whiteboards, flip-charts and post-its. Cards have the possibility to transform analogue work and meetings in both structured and creative ways."
designthinking  creativity  cards 
october 2016
An Introduction to Version Control Using GitHub Desktop
Daniel van Strien's step-by-step tutorial might be helpful for people who want to use GitHub but aren't ready to go all-in with the command line: "In this lesson you will be introduced to the basics of version control, understand why it is useful and implement basic version control for a plain text document using GitHub Desktop."
git  github  digitalhumanities  tutorial 
october 2016
The art of hosting good online conversations
Howard Rheingold's list of tips, first published in 1998, is still spot-on today: "Communities don’t just happen automatically when you provide communication tools: under the right conditions, online communities grow. They are gardened."
howardrheingold  onlinecommunities  communitymanagement  digitalself 
october 2016
Mind-bending interactive film from "Daniels." Further evidence that the internet is starting to realize its full potential for telling original stories in original ways.
storytelling  digitalstorytelling  film 
october 2016
Death and MetaFilter
Josh Millard reflects on one of the unforeseen challenges of managing an online community: "Even on a site like MetaFilter where people tend to be a few standard deviations more decent to one another than the typical internet comments section dumpster fire, people have bad days, bad moods, bad instincts. It’s a job where you have to put up with people living through their worst moments and taking it out on you. I was ready. I knew this. But I didn’t know I’d be dealing with people dying."
joshmillard  metafilter  onlinecommunities  digitalself  death  mediumdotcom 
october 2016
This Generation Will Be Fine: Why Social Media Won’t Ruin Us
Gary Vaynerchuk: "The problem is that we get scared of everything that we didn’t grow up with; it’s what human beings do. Every new medium brings along a healthy fear that the newest invention will ruin society."
garyvaynerchuk  youth  technology  millennials  socialmedia  optimism  digitalself 
september 2016
The lost infrastructure of social media
Anil Dash: "More than a decade ago, the earliest era of blogging provided a set of separate but related technologies that helped the nascent form thrive. Today, most have faded away and been forgotten, but new incarnations of these features could still be valuable."
anildash  socialmedia  digitalself  blogging  internet  history 
september 2016
Perfectly Practical Tips for Using Twitter
Liz Covart and Joseph Adelman: "From our conversations, we have realized that most of the guides to using Twitter focus primarily in generating a follower base and otherwise building an audience. That’s worthwhile, of course, but it means that there is room for something that discusses how to craft an individual tweet, including how to use links, hashtags, and other tools in tweets."
twitter  socialmedia  digitalself 
september 2016
Variable fonts, a new kind of font for flexible design
Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Adobe collaborated to improve the OpenType font file spec: "Imagine a single font file gaining an infinite flexibility of weight, width, and other attributes without also gaining file size — and imagine what this means for design."
typography  design  adobe  font  webdesign 
september 2016
Fancy Dorms Aren’t The Main Reason Tuition Is Skyrocketing
Doug Webber, writing for FiveThirtyEight: "Many commenters, particularly in the popular press, focus on ballooning administrative budgets and extravagant student amenities. Those elements have played a role, to be sure, but by far the single biggest driver of rising tuitions for public colleges has been declining state funding for higher education."
academia  highbred  government 
september 2016
Bundled, Buried & Behind Closed Doors: The Physical Underbelly of the Internet
Maria Popova cover's Ben Mendelsohn's new short film. "We keep thinking and reading about the Internet as a cultural phenomenon, but what about its palpable physicality? In 2010, it was estimated that the world produced over one thousand exobytes of new data, or one trillion gigabytes. Most of it doesn’t stay put — instead, it travels through the world’s servers, but where exactly does it go?"
mariapopova  internet  infrastructure  tubes  digitalself 
september 2016
TED Talk: Discover the Physical Side of the Internet
"When a squirrel chewed through a cable and knocked him offline, journalist Andrew Blum started wondering what the Internet was really made of. So he set out to go see it — the underwater cables, secret switches and other physical bits that make up the net."
andrewblum  tubes  internet  infrastructure  digitalself 
september 2016
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