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G.O.P. Senators Might Not Realize It, but Not One State Supports the Republican Health Bill - The New York Times
G.O.P. Senators Might Not Realize It, but Not One State Supports the Republican Health Bill, via @nytimes
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10 hours ago
Campfire | Field Notes
Beautiful! Field Notes Campfire edition. Want!
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20 hours ago
036: No Designer Left Behind with Nick Finck – User Defenders podcast : UX Design Podcast
036: No Designer Left Behind with Nick Finck – User Defenders podcast : UX Design Podcast
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22 hours ago
How Censors Killed The Weird, Experimental, Progressive Golden Age Of Comics
For a weird, wild, 15-year span beginning in the late 1930s, the comic book racks of America's newsstands were bursting with four-color contradictions. Images of half-naked, subjugated women appeared side by side with comics featuring independent heroines, like Women Outlaws.
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2 days ago
The Torturers Speak - The New York Times
When pushed to confront the horror and uselessness of what they had done, the psychologists fell back on one of the oldest justifications of wartime. “We were soldiers doing what we were instructed to do,” Dr. Jessen said. Perhaps, but they were also soldiers whose contracting business was paid more than $81 million.
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2 days ago
NEW YORK 1911 | MoMA
✩ New York in 1911 – gorgeously restored, hi-def film footage from over 100 years ago. Thanks, MoMA The Museum of Modern Art! Hat tip: Fred Gates
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3 days ago
The reduced motion query at a glance | Val Head - Web & UI animation expert
The web’s version of your phone’s Reduce Motion setting, explained by Val Head. #a11y #animation
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3 days ago
Best Practices for Creating Effective Instagram Ads in MailChimp
“Since we introduced Instagram ads a couple weeks ago, we’ve updated our resources and created some new ones to help you build beautiful and effective ads that drive customers to your store. From blog posts to a fun how-to video, let’s walk through everything you need to know about creating Instagram ads in MailChimp.”
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3 days ago
The Senate’s Unaffordable Care Act - The New York Times
It would be a big mistake to call the legislation Senate Republicans released on Thursday a health care bill. It is, plain and simple, a plan to cut taxes for the wealthy by destroying critical federal programs that help provide health care to tens of millions of people. But we all know this.
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3 days ago
Leta Sobierajski on The Great Discontent (TGD)
Leta opens up about taking the leap into freelancing, embracing vulnerability in her work, the art of negotiating, and what she's learned from collaborating with her life and creative partner, Wade Jeffree.
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4 days ago
Slate™ - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts
A forward-looking sans serif suited for the modern age, the eminently legible Slate family doesn’t sacrifice aesthetics for functionality: the typeface is beautifully crafted, and an excellent choice for a range of projects, including branding, wayfinding, and periodical design.
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4 days ago
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I’m quoted rather extensively in Nick Douglas’s Lifehacker article, Reddit’s Terrible Volume Controls Teach Good Design.
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5 days ago
A Book Apart, Store
Summer sale! Today only, take an EXTRA 10% off any/all book packs with code SUNNY at checkout.
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5 days ago
Free icons for product design
Bookmark this curated list of free icons for product design.
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6 days ago
Piles of Ideas | Jason Santa Maria
“More times that not, ideas are ugly, raw, embarrassing things that you want to slink away from.”
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6 days ago
The Best Part Of Any Movie Is When Someone Says The Title, So Here’s 5 Minutes Of That
The Best Part Of Any Movie Is When Someone Says The Title, So Here’s 5 Minutes Of That
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8 days ago
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So-called real Americans are screwing up America. Maybe they should leave, so that we can replace them with new and better ones: newcomers who are more appreciative of what the United States has to offer, more ambitious for themselves and their children, and more willing to sacrifice for the future. In other words, just the kind of people we used to be — when “we” had just come off the boat.
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8 days ago
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Thanks, Bezos: the next jobs to disappear are probably ones that are a much bigger part of most people’s daily lives—retail workers and cashiers in stores and restaurants.
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9 days ago
Apple's iPhone might become a hub for your medical records
“A secretive team with Apple’s growing health unit” is working to bring clinical medical data to your iPhone.
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10 days ago
Big Web Show № 159: If You Can’t Stand the Heatmaps, Stay Out of the Conversion, with @nickd - Zeldman on Web & Interaction Design
NICK Disabato () and I discuss heat maps, conversion rates, design specialization, writing for the web, Jakob Nielsen, and the early days of blogging in Episode № 159 of The Big Web Show – “everything web that matters.” Listen and enjoy.
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10 days ago
Typographics – TypeLab
Listen up, type nerds, I'm speaking at Typelab today at 1:00.
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10 days ago
Results of the Ultimate CSS Survey 2017 — SitePoint
Respondents to Sitepoint’s CSS survey who’d been writing CSS 1-5 years were most likely to call themselves full-stack developers. And other fascinating facts ...
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11 days ago
Design and Vulnerability – Meagan Fisher – Medium
Creation leaves us exposed. Taking risks, solving problems, sharing ideas, making things you care about: this is scary work. So if you also feel uncomfortable and laid bare in your work, you are not alone. It’s a good sign; that tension means you are on the right track. It’s what doing the work you are supposed to do feels like. These are your growing pains. Be humbled by them, but stand tall too.
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11 days ago
Web Typography – a handbook by Richard Rutter
New from Clearleft’s legendary Richard Rutter – a practical guide and companion reference to all aspects of typography on the web.
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12 days ago
Release Day! June 13th, 2017 – Creative Culture – Medium
Been waiting for this day! Cultivating a Creative Culture by Justin Dauer is now available!
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12 days ago
www.theguardian.com
'This needs to stop': Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs' statement to court
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14 days ago
How to Read a Message in iMessage for iPhone without the Sender Knowing You Saw it - Apple, Tips and Tricks
How to Read a Message in iMessage for iPhone without the Sender Knowing You Saw it - Apple, Tips and Tricks
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15 days ago
John McCain: Obama was a better world leader than Trump | Raw Story
John McCain: Obama was a better world leader than Trump | Raw Story
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15 days ago
302 Found
Yes! To prevent another situation like the one that stymied the web’s progress and threatened the open web for nearly ten years, try using a browser other than Chrome at least some of the time ... and suggest to your developer and designer friends that they do the same.
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17 days ago
Episode 8 of The UIE Podcast: Sticky Situations and Unexpected Solutions — Lean UX Outside the Lab — UIE.fm — The UX Podcast Network
“Lean UX’s emphasis on understanding user motivations and behaviors turns out to be a perfect match for design teams who have a large existing audience they can draw research from.”
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17 days ago
A day without Javascript
♛ What the web looks like without JavaScript.
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18 days ago
A Love Letter to CSS
About time somebody said it. A love letter to CSS. (Hat tip: CSS Weekly.)
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19 days ago
www.nytimes.com
Don’t wait for creative inspiration to strike. Schedule it. And get to work.
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19 days ago
302 Found
You know this already, but maybe your clients/bosses don’t. Share with them.
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19 days ago
Morley Safer 7 - The New Yorker
Old gold. A James Thurber cartoon from The New Yorker.
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20 days ago
www.nytimes.com
Step back from Trump’s day-to-day noise to consider the many ways he has rejected the rule of law.
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20 days ago
Color Accessibility Workflows · An A List Apart Article
An excerpt from Chapter 3 of Geri Coady's new book, Color Accessibility Workflows, available now from A Book Apart.
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20 days ago
Geri Coady | Designer & Illustrator in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada | Blog
★ You need this book: Color Accessibility Workflows by Geri Coady is now available for instant download!
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20 days ago
Top-Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election
The report indicates that Russian hacking penetrated further into voting systems than was previously understood and states unequivocally that it was Russian military intelligence that conducted the attacks. The NSA report is at odds with Putin’s denial that Russia had interfered in foreign elections: “We never engaged in that on a state level, and have no intention of doing so.”
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20 days ago
www.nytimes.com
Jean E. Sammet, an early software engineer and a designer of COBOL, a programming language that brought computing into the business mainstream, died on May 20 in Maryland. She was 89.
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21 days ago
Trump lashes out at Sadiq Khan again in wake of London attack | US news | The Guardian
Dear UK, I apologize that Ignorant Monster Baby is trying to capitalize on your tragedy.
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21 days ago
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Yahoo was hurting when Marissa Mayer stepped in to try to save it. Although the company continued to implode under her stewardship, stock value rose and rose. Late stage capitalism at its most absurd
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22 days ago
Trump addresses London attack by tweeting about gun control, travel ban - The Washington Post
World leaders call for unity after London attack. Trump tweets the complete opposite.
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22 days ago
www.nytimes.com
History shows that stupidity and autocracy aren't mutually exclusive.
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22 days ago
Grid, Flexbox, Box Alignment: Our New System for Layout ◆ 24 ways
Old (2015) gold from Rachel Andrew explaining why the new CSS is so important: “Grid and flexbox layouts do not need to be described in markup. The layout description happens entirely in the CSS, meaning that elements can be moved around from within the presentation layer.”
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23 days ago
Email tracking, scheduling, templates, send later, and surveys for Gmail | Mixmax
If Gmail is part of your daily communications workflow, you *need* MixMax. (No one’s not paying me to say this. I just love the product.)
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23 days ago
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This is why we can’t have nice things.
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23 days ago
Disaster Agencies To Weather Hurricane Season With No Leader, Proposed Cuts : NPR
Hurricane season started yesterday with no one in charge of FEMA or NOAA. But Trump is #MAGA.
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24 days ago
Notifications: A Tragedy Of the Digital Commons – Positive Slope – Medium
Here’s an idea, and any team at Apple, Google, or in an apartment or garage somewhere is welcome to run with it: Create a single notification management service that all apps could use (or be required to use) to send notifications to its users - let’s call it the “Notification Layer API.”
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24 days ago
www.nytimes.com
“Our nation’s dumbest act since launching the war in Iraq.”
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24 days ago
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