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I really don’t know how you could consider your self a human being if you don’t follow topherchris.

Somehow there are still over five million Tumblr users who don’t follow me.

October 23, 2014, 1:34 am

Simply choose a channel and type your request into the stylish window. A single click sends Sherlock into action using multiple search engines to scour the Internet for the information you need. In a flash, neatly formatted results come streaming into your window ranked by relevance, name or site–whichever you prefer. No “Back” buttons. No tedious retyping. Searching on the internet has never been easier, faster or more elegant. Some one needs to recreate Sherlock for the Mac again. Check out all the plugins it had for its time, now imagine all the plugins it could have today.

Simply choose a channel and type your request into the stylish window. A single click sends Sherlock into action using multiple search engines to scour the Internet for the information you need. In a flash, neatly formatted results come streaming into your window ranked by relevance, name or site–whichever you prefer. No “Back” buttons. No tedious retyping. Searching on the internet has never been easier, faster or more elegant.

Some one needs to recreate Sherlock for the Mac again. Check out all the plugins it had for its time, now imagine all the plugins it could have today.

October 23, 2014, 1:34 am

Coming This Summer: Clients From Hell, the Book!

clientsfromhell:

Clients From Hell Book Cover

In December of 2009, Clients From Hell exploded as a cult phenomena of the design industry.  Compiled in book form for the first time, this collection brings together the original and hilarious posts that made the blog a hit. On sale this summer. More details to come.

Want.

October 23, 2014, 1:34 am

lorrenbiffin: jayrobinson: Justin Ouellette: Go here on an iPad: itllbebetter.com Or an iPhone, or iPod touch, or Safari, or Firefox, or Chrome, or Opera. I’m done with Flash. Muxtape rewritten in HTML5 is about a quarter of its previous length (and complexity) and uses no plugins. Other than Firefox requiring ogg versions of the audio all the assets are the same; it detects iPhone-like devices and turns on the requisite extra features. Add it to your home screen and relaunch it, when it runs full screen and responds to rotation (especially on the iPad) I bet you can’t distinguish it from a native app. It even eats up that YouTube embed. Running in Mobile Safari has other advantages, too. Since it’s privileged by Apple to run in the background, you can listen to music and use pretty much any other app simultaneously. For now this is only possible with HTML5. Enjoy the album, it’s really great. Francis plays at Bowery Ballroom tonight. I love this. Finally someone understands the real benefit of html5.

lorrenbiffin:

jayrobinson:


Justin Ouellette:


Go here on an iPad: itllbebetter.com

Or an iPhone, or iPod touch, or Safari, or Firefox, or Chrome, or Opera.

I’m done with Flash.  Muxtape rewritten in HTML5 is about a quarter of its previous length (and complexity) and uses no plugins.  Other than Firefox requiring ogg versions of the audio all the assets are the same; it detects iPhone-like devices and turns on the requisite extra features.  Add it to your home screen and relaunch it, when it runs full screen and responds to rotation (especially on the iPad) I bet you can’t distinguish it from a native app.  It even eats up that YouTube embed.

Running in Mobile Safari has other advantages, too.  Since it’s privileged by Apple to run in the background, you can listen to music and use pretty much any other app simultaneously.  For now this is only possible with HTML5.

Enjoy the album, it’s really great.  Francis plays at Bowery Ballroom tonight.


I love this.


Finally someone understands the real benefit of html5.

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