Links for April 12, 2012

  • Facebook and Instagram: When Your Favorite App Sells Out — Daily Intel
    ‘If you’re an Instagram user, you’ve been picking up on all of the cues about how important you are, how valuable you are to Instagram. Then along comes Facebook, the great alien presence that just hovers over our cities, year after year, as we wait and fear. You turn on the television and there it is, right above the Empire State Building, humming. And now a hole has opened up on its base and it has dumped a billion dollars into a public square — which turned out to not be public, but actually belongs to a few suddenly-very-rich dudes.’

Links for April 11, 2012

  • Ashley Judd Slaps Media in the Face for Speculation Over Her ‘Puffy’ Appearance – The Daily Beast
    ‘When I am sick for more than a month and on medication (multiple rounds of steroids), the accusation is that because my face looks puffy, I have “clearly had work done,” with otherwise credible reporters with great bravo “identifying” precisely the procedures I allegedly have had done.’
  • LukeW | Multi-Device Layout Patterns
    ‘Through fluid grids and media query adjustments, responsive design enables Web page layouts to adapt to a variety of screen sizes…. I cataloged what seem to be the most popular of these patterns for adaptable multi-device layouts.’
  • Future Friendly
    ‘To manage in a world of ever-increasing device complexity, we need to focus on what matters most to our customers and businesses. Not by building lowest common-denominator solutions but by creating meaningful content and services.’
  • GDS design principles

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Links for April 2, 2012

  • Kleki
    Web-based paint program.
  • Gamasutra – News – Turning down Zynga: Why I left after the $210M Omgpop buy
    ‘And then I wondered: why was I even trying to compromise? Zynga has an Austin studio, where several good friends of mine work. Yet I had never applied to Zynga. Why? Because the company’s values are completely opposed to my own values, professionally and creatively. Because I believe that developers are at the front lines of game development and deserve to be treated well, and I didn’t trust Zynga to do so.’

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