“Hello, and welcome to our Playbook! We first put all of this content together to share with our team. Then we realised that clients and future collaborators would really be able to benefit from seeing everything that Hanno does, in a single place.”
via Hanno’s Playbook – How we sail our ship.
I’m really impressed by this.
“Burner is a privacy layer for your phone. Create unlimited numbers at the touch of a button, and keep your personal number private.”
via Burnerapp. This is pretty awesome.
“That’s a wrap! WordCamp Toronto 2014 was a smashing success, bringing together over 450 WordPress enthusiasts from around the Toronto area and far beyond.”
via WordCamp Toronto 2014 #WCTO | November 15-16.
I loved focusing on the media & communications end of things this year, rockin’ the @WCYYZ accounts on both Twitter and Facebook. Presentations are coming in from speakers and I’m feeling good about the video situation.
Looking forward to WordCamp Toronto 2015 already…!
“No one is able to produce a great work of art without experience, nor achieve a worldly position immediately, nor be a great lover at the first attempt; and in the interval between initial failure and subsequent success, in the gap between who we wish one day to be and who we are at present, must come pain, anxiety, envy and humiliation.”
via Friedrich Nietzsche on Why a Fulfilling Life Requires Embracing Rather than Running from Difficulty | Brain Pickings.
“Income splitting is not a wise investment for Canadians. It will eat through virtually the entire federal surplus without providing any benefit to most Canadians, without creating a single job, and without helping one young person get some opportunity to get ahead.”
via » Income splitting not a wise investment for Canadians.
“Ernest Hemingway famously stopped writing as soon as he knew what would happen next in his stories. Don’t do that. You’re not Ernest Hemingway.”
via Grandma’s How-To List for Getting Through Life — General Writing: Idea, Thinking, Opinion — Medium.
“There is no tool, no preprocessor, no magic bullet, that will make your CSS better on its own: a developer’s best tool when working with such a loose syntax is self-discipline, conscientiousness, and diligence, and a well-defined architecture will help enforce and facilitate these traits.”
via CSS Guidelines 2.2.2 – High-level advice and guidelines for writing sane, manageable, scalable CSS.
“Who is going to risk being potentially sued for defamation by a party who has already assembled a team of lawyers and PR agents and showed a readiness to take on even the comparatively powerful CBC for $55-million
Given that they have already been painted by Ghomeshi’s version of events as being into BDSM kink — something they may not even be, or may not want known to friends and family — how quickly will any accusers come forward publicly now and risk being joined to this outsized action?”
via The real reasons Jian Ghomeshi is suing the CBC | Financial Post.
“In a world of many different screens and devices, content needs to be broken down into atomic units so that it can work agnostic of the screen size or technology platform.”
via The End Of Apps As We Know Them – Inside Intercom.
“If it weren’t an age-old craft, “storytelling” might easily be mistaken for a recent invention of the tech community. The word has become so ubiquitous — describing all manner of design, brand, marketing, and product— that we’ve largely sapped it of its meaning.”
via What is Narrative UX? — re:form — Medium.