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Joe Moorhead: Penn State's top offense was born at Fordham | SI.com
Three years ago inside a musty Fordham staff room, an offense was born that would bring Penn State back to national relevance and elevate a Heisman contender. From the Junk Corner to Happy Valley, players and coaches tell the story of the man who built it.
@instapaper  bruce-feldman  penn-state  si  joe-moorhead 
yesterday
Seattle Seahawks Eddie Lacy opens up about his public struggle with weight
For the first time, Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy opens up about his agonizingly public struggle with weight.
@instapaper  eddie-lacy  espn  weight 
yesterday
The Unforgettable, Inspirational CFB Gameday Inside Iowa's Children's Hospital | Bleacher Report
It is the simplest of gestures—a way of saying hello that is used each and every day without much thought—but for those who sit on the other side of the glass, it is so much more. It is an acknowledgment of the struggles that have taken place and the others still to come. It is jolt of support from a sea of perfectly good strangers.
@instapaper  iowa  bleacher-report  adam-kramer 
yesterday
NFL ratings are down because teams have no incentive to be good - SBNation.com
The simpler and also boring systemic problem with the NFL that might actually explain something is its success, and how that success made the ownership class in the NFL fat, lazy, and locked into a business model they have no real reason or incentive to change, even with falling TV ratings.
@instapaper  nil  sbnation  spencer-hall 
yesterday
Career Monogamy: The Awkward Tech Sin of Longevity – Nemhouse
“Congrats on 20 years,” he started as we reached shouting distance. “Too bad you couldn’t find the time to make the meeting,” he said as we closed to within a few feet. “Twenty years is a long time. Sounds like a rut. You should get that looked at,” he finished as he walked by.
career  @instapaper  medium  adobe  longevity 
7 days ago
Harrison Ford on ‘Star Wars’, ‘Blade Runner’, and Punching Ryan Gosling in the Face | GQ
Since the dawn of Hollywood, no movie star has seemed to need stardom—or movies—less than Harrison Ford. Chris Heath crisscrosses the country with the 75-year-old legend to find out why indifference has made all the difference in the world.
harrison-ford  gq  @instapaper 
8 days ago
Ted Leo 'The Hanged Man' Interview - Stereogum
One of rock's best songwriters is getting back in the ring. He hopes you still care.
ted-leo  stereo  gum  @instapaper 
10 days ago
If You Think Basic Income is “Free Money” or Socialism, Think Again – Basic income – Medium
If you are confused why free market economists could like the idea of basic income, that’s because you probably don’t actually know what basic income is.
basic-income  economics  @instapaper  medium 
10 days ago
How to Design a Form Wizard – commonux – Medium
Wizards are best employed for long and unfamiliar tasks that the user needs to complete once or rarely. Wizards are shown to reduce errors by making the user follow sequential steps. Wizards are often used for on-boarding flows, where the user needs to enter a set of information to get started in an application.
wizard  ux  medium 
11 days ago
Face It. Your Hiring Process Is Broken. – Code Like A Girl
Startups and companies of every size — you’ve failed me. And you’ve failed yourself.
hiring  medium  @instapaper 
13 days ago
Donald Trump Is the First White President - The Atlantic
The foundation of Donald Trump’s presidency is the negation of Barack Obama’s legacy.
tanehisi-coates  trump  the-atlantic 
13 days ago
Lane Kiffin era begins at Florida Atlantic
The 2017 party line on Kiffin, beginning with Friday's game against Navy, is one of metamorphosis. His time in Tuscaloosa, watching Nick Saban pull the puppet strings on Bama's massive war machine, altered his thinking. Now, stepping out from Saban's shadow, at a program where there is no Al Davis, Phil Fulmer or Pete Carroll's way of doing things, we're about to get our first look at a team fashioned solely by Kiffin. So what's that look like?
lane-kiffin  @instapaper 
20 days ago
One on One Meeting Questions Great Managers Ask Their Teams
One on one meetings are a cornerstone to any effective manager <-> team member relationship from small startups to giant companies. What you talk about, and the one on one meeting questions you ask, make all the difference in the performance of your team.
1on1 
20 days ago
Roaring Back: James Franklin Penn State
This is proud program, and it’s supported by some really good people. And it has a fan base that’s been through a lot. It was a place that had been talked about for all the wrong reasons for a long time. And when that kick was blocked, it was like all this bundled up angst and emotion was just released, not just inside that stadium, but all over the country and the world — wherever there are Penn State fans and alumni.

But that wasn’t what I was thinking about as Grant was running down the sideline.

My only thought was: Holy hell, Ohio State’s holder and kicker are hauling ass!
james-franklin  penn-state  the-players-tribune  @instapaper 
21 days ago
The New Front in the Gerrymandering Wars: Democracy vs. Math
Sophisticated computer modeling has taken district manipulation to new extremes. To fix this, courts might have to learn how to run the numbers themselves.
gerrymandering  nytimes  @instapaper 
22 days ago
Superman Comes to the Supermarket by Norman Mailer - JFK Profile by Mailer
IN NOVEMBER 1960, NORMAN MAILER FIRST TRIED HIS HAND AT A GENRE THAT WOULD COME TO DEFINE HIS CAREER. THIS IS MAILER'S DEBUT INTO THE WORLD OF POLITICAL JOURNALISM, A SPRAWLING CLASSIC EXAMINING JOHN F. KENNEDY.
@instapaper  jfk  norman-mailer  esquire 
22 days ago
Frank Sinatra Has a Cold - Gay Talese - Best Profile of Sinatra
In the winter of 1965, writer Gay Talese arrived in Los Angeles with an assignment from Esquire to profile Frank Sinatra. The legendary singer was approaching fifty, under the weather, out of sorts, and unwilling to be interviewed. So Talese remained in L.A., hoping Sinatra might recover and reconsider, and he began talking to many of the people around Sinatra—his friends, his associates, his family, his countless hangers-on—and observing the man himself wherever he could. The result, "Frank Sinatra Has a Cold," ran in April 1966 and became one of the most celebrated magazine stories ever published, a pioneering example of what came to be called New Journalism—a work of rigorously faithful fact enlivened with the kind of vivid storytelling that had previously been reserved for fiction. The piece conjures a deeply rich portrait of one of the era's most guarded figures and tells a larger story about entertainment, celebrity, and America itself.
frank-sinatra  gay-talese  esquire  @instapaper 
22 days ago
What Do You Think of Ted Williams Now
This story was originally published in the June 1986 issue. Two years earlier, Richard Ben Cramer wrote a cover story on the city where he began his journalism career, and its mayor. Click here to read the six other greatest Esquire stories ever published -- in their entirety.
ted-williams  esquire  @instapaper 
22 days ago
The President of Blank Sucking Nullity | The Baffler
Trump doesn’t know anything or really believe anything about any topic beyond himself, because he has no interest in any topic beyond himself; his evident cognitive decline and hyperactive laziness and towering monomania ensure that he will never again learn a new thing in his life.
trump  the-baffler  david-j-roth  @instapaper 
27 days ago
Inside the Rebirth of Texas Football | Bleacher Report
"I never told a man I loved him before," says Texas linebacker Naashon Hughes. "Then [Herman] shows up, and now I'm telling my teammates I love them. And I really do love them."
tom-herman  bleacher-report  texas-longhorns  @instapaper 
28 days ago
Saquon Barkley Is the Superstar College Football—and Penn State—Needs | Bleacher Report
The picture Saquon Barkley's family paints of his early childhood is not pretty. Is not fun. Is not joyful.
bleacher-report  saquon-barkley  @instapaper  penn-state 
29 days ago
Could Penn State's Saquon Barkley be the best running back in the country?
Saquon Barkley romped his way to national fame with one Rose Bowl run. Can he do it again (and again and again)?
espn  saquon-barkley  penn-state  @instapaper 
29 days ago
The oral history of Boise State | The 2017 college football season preview
How could this team of two-stars and former walk-ons have physically dominated a team with title aspirations?
boise-state  sbnation  @instapaper 
4 weeks ago
15 Years of Clipse’€™s Lord Willin’
One Virginia Beach native on how Malice and Pusha T’s debut, more than any other album, painted the whole picture of his hometown.
clipse  pitchfork  lord-willin  @instapaper 
4 weeks ago
Coach O tells the story of landing the LSU job | The 2017 college football season preview
LSU lost an important game it had no business trailing in, and Orgeron’s shot was done. Eight days later, he got the job.
lsu  ed-orgeron  sbnation  @instapaper 
4 weeks ago
Is Fleck the next Harbaugh? | The 2017 college football season preview
"I’m not here to ruffle any feathers. I’m just here to run a program and do it in a first-class fashion that promotes the University of Minnesota and gets us the most exposure we possibly can."
pj-fleck  sbnation  @instapaper 
4 weeks ago
How Human Memory Works: Tips for UX Designers. - Marvel Blog
One of the greatest information processors we deal with in our everyday life cannot be seen or touched. It cannot be bought or sold as well as taken from other people; however, it can be developed and strengthened by many ways. It cannot be easily described but belongs to the most precious features of human life and determines perhaps any step we take and any decision we make. It is a wonder we rarely think about that way. It’s human memory.
human-memory  ux  @instapaper 
4 weeks ago
The Designers Guide to Git - Marvel Blog
Whether you’re senior developer on a huge team or a designer who just started dabbling with front-end for personal projects, using Git will change the way you code for the best and make group collaboration enjoyable.

This guide will walk you through basic concepts in Git with some hands-on action at the end. It won’t make you a Git master, but you will be able to use Git by yourself with Github and it’s desktop app.
git  github  marvelapp 
5 weeks ago
The Fallout From Sportswriting's Filthiest Fuck-Up
“Dixon sucks donkey dicks and doesn’t wipe the shit off before practice. We like to keep him at the sweeper position so his sperm breath will stop people from penetrating to the goal. Speaking of penetrating, he prefers tall, red-headed guys. Told me to tell Kris he said ‘hello.’”
sportswriting  @instapaper 
5 weeks ago
Everybody’s winging it
Every single founder is struggling with something. Maybe it's big, maybe it's not. But there's always something. Even the most successful founders deal with this stuff and don't know what to do.
baremetrics 
5 weeks ago
On the noisy '93 Phillies, a quiet man was unforgettable
Pasquale “Pete” Cera, a loyal and devoted Phillies employee since the 1940s, was nearing 80 then and in the early stages of dementia. He resided in a rented room in South Philadelphia during the season and each winter moved in with his single brothers in Hazleton.  So when the disease began to jumble his familiar world, he clung to the place he knew best, the warren of rooms in the old stadium’s bowels.
phillies  inquirer  cera  @instapaper 
5 weeks ago
Charlottesville: When Hate Is Your Life’s Work | GQ
It takes effort to stalk a lawyer and game plan his execution. It takes effort to furiously goad the judicial system into executing people before justice can arrive on the scene. It takes effort to create an entire infrastructure of suppression around a group of minorities who just want to be left alone. It's as if the racists involved in the book lived for no other purpose. It is an effort that is not only horrifying, but inexplicable. Why? Why would anyone put so much time and effort into hatred when they can just stay home and have a beer?
gq  drew-magary  racism  @instapaper 
5 weeks ago
The Brain Cancer That Keeps Killing Baseball Players - The New York Times
In an interview after Daulton’s death, Professor Rebbeck said scientists still did not know much more. “It’s either just random chance bad luck or there is something there, but we just don’t have the science to pick it out yet,” he said.
@instapaper  baseball  cancer  phillies  darren-daulton  nytimes 
5 weeks ago
Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? - The Atlantic
More comfortable online than out partying, post-Millennials are safer, physically, than adolescents have ever been. But they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis.
the-atlantic  smartphone  @instapaper 
5 weeks ago
Goodbye, Zonoff: IoT Provider Sunk by Alarm.com, Icontrol, Honeywell, ADT - CE Pro
Zonoff, one of the most promising IoT platform providers, closes shop after Honeywell reportedly reneges on acquisition. Security and home-automation giants ADT, Icontrol and Alarm.com figured into the demise.
@instapaper  zonoff  iot 
5 weeks ago
How America Went Haywire - The Atlantic
The nation’s current post-truth moment is the ultimate expression of mind-sets that have made America exceptional throughout its history.
post-truth  the-atlantic  @instapaper 
6 weeks ago
Ole Miss Edges Out of Its Confederate Shadow, Gingerly - The New York Times
Across the country, universities are trying to reckon with their ties to slavery and its champions. Georgetown recently apologized for its ownership and sale, in 1838, of 272 slaves. Yale said it would rename a building honoring an alumnus, John C. Calhoun, a fervent supporter of slavery. Harvard erected a plaque memorializing four slaves owned by Harvard presidents during the 1700s.

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But perhaps no college has had to handle the effort as gingerly as Ole Miss. Though the Confederate flag was banished from the campus two decades ago and “Dixie” is no longer played at football games, the ghosts of the Old South still roam the magnolia-scented campus, and many alumni hold fast to traditions.
ole-miss  nytimes  confederacy 
6 weeks ago
Annie Dillard's Classic Essay 'Total Eclipse' - The Atlantic
Ever since it was first published in 1982, readers—including this one—have thrilled to “Total Eclipse,” Annie Dillard’s masterpiece of literary nonfiction, which describes her personal experience of a solar eclipse in Washington State. It first appeared in Dillard’s landmark collection, Teaching a Stone to Talk, and was recently republished in The Abundance, a new anthology of her work. The Atlantic is pleased to offer the essay in full, here, until the day after the ‘Great American Eclipse’ on August 21.
eclipse  the-atlantic 
6 weeks ago
Amateurism Isn't Educational: Debunking the NCAA's Dumbest Lie - VICE Sports
As legal battles loom, the college sports establishment argues that allowing athletes to be paid would hurt their educations. Here's why that's as preposterous as that sounds.
vice-sports  amateurism  ncaa  patrick-hruby  @instapaper 
6 weeks ago
Best still yet to come for Barkley at Penn State. | Sports on Earth
The scariest thing for opposing defenses is that last year's performance may have merely been a preview, because they've yet to see the best of Barkley. The main event is still to come in 2017, with assistance from the long-awaited development of the five blockers in front of him.
sports-on-earth  saquon-barkley  penn-state  @instapaper 
6 weeks ago
Sam Darnold: USC QB has Heisman, NFL draft in his sights | SI.com
USC's star quarterback ambushed college football with nine straight wins and an unflappable cool a year ago. Now he's set up to be the top pick in next year's NFL draft—if anyone can get him out of SoCal.
si  lee-jenkins  sam-darnold  @instapaper 
6 weeks ago
Why the Scariest Nuclear Threat May Be Coming from Inside the White House | Vanity Fair
Donald Trump’s secretary of energy, Rick Perry, once campaigned to abolish the $30 billion agency that he now runs, which oversees everything from our nuclear arsenal to the electrical grid. The department’s budget is now on the chopping block. But does anyone in the White House really understand what the Department of Energy actually does? And what a horrible risk it would be to ignore its extraordinary, life-or-death responsibilities?
trump  michael-lewis  vanity-fair  @instapaper 
7 weeks ago
Hugh Freeze’s downfall just continues the Ole Miss cycle - SBNation.com
The Rebels are now right where they were about two decades before he took over.
sbnation  ole-miss  hugh-freeze  stephen-godfrey  @instapaper 
8 weeks ago
‘This is where you need to be’: Penn State’s road back, five years after NCAA sanctions - The Washington Post
Just five years later Penn State is back in college football’s fast lane. The legacy program that was expected to be decimated by NCAA penalties has never suffered so much as a losing season. The same Nittany Lions who at one time counted just nine scholarship offensive linemen on the entire roster head into the 2017 season as the defending Big Ten champions with big expectations and equally lofty ambitions.
penn-state  @instapaper 
8 weeks ago
Famed Philly investor Pete Musser has a word of warning for Elon Musk - Technical.ly Philly
The aging patriarch of the Route 202 corridor sat down with Technical.ly for an exclusive interview.
pete-musser  technically  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Rob Sheffield: Why 'Mad Men' Is Still a Golden-Age-of-TV Standout - Rolling Stone
Rob Sheffield on how, a decade after its debut, Matthew Weiner's Madison Ave drama still feels timeless – and totally unique
man-men  rob-sheffield  rolling-stone 
9 weeks ago
Saquon Barkley: Penn State RB earns Heisman and NFL hype | SI.com
Humble Heisman hopeful Saquon Barkley is known for speed, strength and squats (600-pounders), and Penn State's season rests on the running back's powerful lower half, but just three years ago his future lacked the same aura of inevitability.
saquon-barkley  penn-state  pete-thamel  sports_illustrated  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Why hire more designers?
I'm working on getting buy-in to hire another designer and a researcher for my company, I'm currently a design team of one. Other than designer:dev ratios, do you have other ways for justifying increasing Design's headcount? 
@instapaper  hiring-designers  julie-zhou 
9 weeks ago
Stop designing filters and start designing search - Joe Leech @mrjoe
filtering is an admission your search experience isn’t working.
filter  search  ux 
9 weeks ago
The Long, Lonely Road of Chelsea Manning - NYTimes.com
Her disclosure of classified documents in 2010 ushered in the age of leaks. Now, freed from prison, she talks about why she did it — and the isolation that followed.
nytimes  chelsea-manning  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Trump’s War on Journalism - Los Angeles Times
Trump’s strategy is pretty clear: By branding reporters as liars, he apparently hopes to discredit, disrupt or bully into silence anyone who challenges his version of reality. By undermining trust in news organizations and delegitimizing journalism and muddling the facts so that Americans no longer know who to believe, he can deny and distract and help push his administration’s far-fetched storyline.
trump  @instapaper  latimes 
9 weeks ago
Trump’s Authoritarian Vision - Los Angeles Times
Trump's critics heard something far more menacing in them: a dangerously authoritarian vision of the presidency — one that would crop up time and again as he talked about overruling generals, disregarding international law, ordering soldiers to commit war crimes, jailing his opponent.
trump  our-dishonest-president  latimes  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Why Trump Lies - Los Angeles Times
The insult that Donald Trump brings to the equation is an apparent disregard for fact so profound as to suggest that he may not see much practical distinction between lies, if he believes they serve him, and the truth.
trump  our-dishonest-president  latimes  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Our Dishonest President - Los Angeles Times
What is most worrisome about Trump is Trump himself. He is a man so unpredictable, so reckless, so petulant, so full of blind self-regard, so untethered to reality that it is impossible to know where his presidency will lead or how much damage he will do to our nation. His obsession with his own fame, wealth and success, his determination to vanquish enemies real and imagined, his craving for adulation — these traits were, of course, at the very heart of his scorched-earth outsider campaign; indeed, some of them helped get him elected. But in a real presidency in which he wields unimaginable power, they are nothing short of disastrous.
trump  latimes  our-dishonest-president  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
University of Rochester football player kidnapped, tortured for 40 hours
A college football player thought he and a friend were going to meet up with two women. Instead, they were abducted and tortured for 40 hours -- all because of a teammate.
outside-the-lines  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Stop Pretending You’re Not Rich - NYTimes.com
The American myth of meritocracy allows them to attribute their position to their brilliance and diligence, rather than to luck or a rigged system. At least posh people in England have the decency to feel guilty.
nytimes 
9 weeks ago
What Guy Fieri Has Learned From 10 Years of Diners Drive Ins and Dives - Thrillist
To find out what the second-season winner of The Next Food Network Star has learned after 10 years on the road about food, fans, and himself, I phoned him up intent on doing something few reporters have dared to do: take him seriously.
guy-fieri  thrillist  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
R. Kelly Is Holding Women Against Their Will In An Abusive “Cult,” Parents Told Police
As the R&B legend tours the country this summer, parents have told police that R. Kelly is running an abusive "cult" that's tearing families apart. Three former members of Kelly’s inner circle told BuzzFeed News similar stories.
buzzfeed  r-kelly  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Stop telling me to ‘stay safe’ – The Lily
Every “stay safe!” is another pass with the belt sander to remind me that I am putting myself at risk by doing this — as if I don’t know that. I live in the United States, where women have been groomed to live in a steady state of fear for having the audacity to do anything while female. Go to work? Sexual harassment! Go to a bar? Rape! Walk by yourself? Rape again! And forget the people doing the harassing and raping. It’s probably your fault because you wore something colorful. Or you didn’t take that self-defense class. Or didn’t go for a run with a gun stuffed into your sports bra.
jen-a-miller  medium  stay-safe  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Penn State Nittany Lions football Get to know the RPO: Swing-Draw Joe Moorhead
One of the most popular plays during the RPO's initial outbreak was the stick-draw, a design that features a pass to a quick stopping route or delayed run up the middle. Unlike most of the RPOs we've covered to date, the stick-draw first offers a pass option followed by a run.

Today we're going to cover a cousin of the stick-draw, which also features an initial pass option. Say hello to the swing-draw.
penn-state  football  playbook  rpo 
9 weeks ago
The Design Sprint hammer – Clear(left) Thinking – Medium
design sprints are a great way to solve 80% of the problem in a short amount of time. However the time and effort comes from designing the last 20%. It’s best not to see design sprints as some magic shortcut that can collapse the fabric of space and time, but as an efficient design approach to solve the bulk of the problem at an early stage, when the risks are at their lowest.
design-sprint  clearleft  andy-budd  medium 
9 weeks ago
Why Big Data Needs Thick Data – Ethnography Matters
Ethnographic work has a serious perception problem in a data-driven world. While I’ve always integrated statistical analysis into my qualitative work in academia, I encountered a lot of doubt on the value of ethnographically derived data when I started working primarily with corporations. I started to hear echoes of what Nokia leadership said about my small dataset, that ethnographic data is “small” “petite” “puny.”. What are ethnographers to do when our research is seen as insignificant or invaluable? How can our kind of research be seen as an equally important to algorithmically processed data? To solve this perception problem, ethnographers need a 10 second elevator pitch to a room of data scientists.
big-data  ethnography  medium  @instapaper 
9 weeks ago
Designed lines. — Ethan Marcotte
segmenting our audiences into “the ones we’re really designing for” is a kind of digital redlining. We can—and should—do much, much better than that.
empathy  performance  beep 
10 weeks ago
Your Job Ad: The Start of a Great Hiring Experience – UIE Brain Sparks – Medium
If you don’t think designing a great candidate experience is UX design, you are sadly mistaken. And, you’re losing great candidates.
hiring  jared-spool  uie  medium 
11 weeks ago
Framer Crash Course - YouTube
Let's learn Framer!

On this crash course we're gonna learn the basics of design and code on Framer. Framer is a tool for drawing, prototyping, coding, and sharing projects across teams. It combines the familiarity of visual editing with the flexibility of code. It gives you an entire design workflow in one smart interface. Awesome stuff!
framer  video 
11 weeks ago
Prototyping in Design Thinking: How to Avoid Six Common Pitfalls | Interaction Design Foundation
If you were not (or if your team is not) familiar with Design Thinking, you might have some ideas about prototyping — what it’s meant for, when it should be done, etc. — that are actually counter-productive to the process. Thankfully, we have listed below six of the most common misconceptions or incorrect mindsets, as well as solutions to each to help you reframe your mindset or rethink your process.
design-thinking  prototyping 
11 weeks ago
Coraline Ada Ehmke: Antisocial Coding: My Year at GitHub
GitHub touts its values, but has consistently failed to live up to them. Values that are expressed but that don't change behavior are not really values, they are lies that you tell yourself.
GitHub  culture  @instapaper 
11 weeks ago
Penn State was 2016’s most fun team. Now 2017 means huge expectations - SBNation.com
The reigning Big Ten champs won’t fly under any opponents’ radars this time around.
penn-state  football  sbnation  bill-connelly 
11 weeks ago
Harness the power of symbols – Andrew Couldwell
The idea is to provide quick and easy access to all components, and all of their states.
sketch  symbols  medium 
11 weeks ago
Painting with Code – Airbnb Design
React-sketchapp is an open-source library that allows you to write React components that render to Sketch documents.
airbnb  sketch  react 
11 weeks ago
Vector icon speed runs
I’ve always been interested in trying to work out optimal ways to create them. This is to save time, but also as a fun challenge. I’ve explored the best way to create some common icons using Illustrator (with my Greyprint templates), but many of the techniques translate to other tools.
icons  bjango  speed-run  vector 
12 weeks ago
What Everyone Can Learn From Pride In A Town Like Casper, WY - MTV
HOW LGBTQ PEOPLE IN ONE WYOMING TOWN CELEBRATE PRIDE AND FIGHT FOR EQUALITY
lgbtq  mtv-news  casper  @instapaper 
12 weeks ago
Laptop Replacement - Matt Gemmell
No-one’s saying that it either can or can’t replace yours, or whether you’d want it to. Except the pundits and journalists who can’t seem to let go of the idea that it’s an either-or situation, where we need to have a winner and a loser. I’m not sure what they’re afraid of.

Meanwhile, the rest of us are just getting things done.
iPad  matt-gemmell 
12 weeks ago
Giving the iPad a full-time job – Justin Searls
I’m not only using the iPad to solve a simple tooling problem, I’m using it to solve a mental one as well. I’ve found there is no way to usefully distinguish our software tools from our thought processes: each informs and influences the other. So, yes, it’s easy for me to list off the tools I’m using and why they’re so great (and we’ll dispense with those in but a moment). But I also hope that by reflecting on my broader motivations, you might question some of your own preconceptions, as well.
@instapaper  medium  iPad 
12 weeks ago
Built To Spill - There's Nothing Wrong With Love | Sub Pop Mega Mart
There’s Nothing Wrong with Love is the second full-length album released by legendary indie rock band Built to Spill. It was originally released September 13, 1994 on the Up Records label. The line-up for the album was Doug Martsch, bassist Brett Nelson, and drummer Andy Capps, with Phil Ek producing. The album features the enduring singles “In the Morning,” “Car,” and “Distopian Dream Girl.”  There’s Nothing Wrong With Love will be available October 30th from Up Records, which is distributed through Sub Pop.
 
There’s Nothing Wrong with Love was wonderfully received by critics upon its release. It went on to earn “Best Albums of 90’s” notices from the likes of Pitchfork, PASTE, SPIN, and has sold nearly 140k copies to date. This new, vinyl edition is the first time the album has been available on vinyl since its original run.
@vinyl  subpop 
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