(however the soundtrack would be as good).
What would you consider the best move from Microsoft in the last decade? Windows 7? Xbox?
No, a 1.6% pre-IPO stake in Facebook currently valuing at ~1.6 Billions. For just 240 million dollars. Not to mention all the stuff Microsoft got from having a partnership with Facebook (maps in facebook are from bing, skype integration, etc).
Wunderkit is a new webapp from the makers of Wunderlist. Conceptually is the common man equivalent to project management software. You have tasks, projects and you can share certain projects with other users. Very interesting webapp, really good looking, and with lots of potential.
I have invites. If you want to try it, hit me up on twitter.
The specs and price of the new Tesla Sedan. Not that I’m a cars guy but that is some nice gadget.
Yahoo is sinking fast, and clearly the new CEO appointment is a move for a sellout. All I can say is that given, Flickr is becoming an unsound place to store my photos.
I was picking my backpack when one of the straps unzipped and the bag fall off by back. This was what my laptop looked like next.
Thank god I’ve bought an iMac and I’m buying a laptop soon.
Twitter released today the a new version of Bootstrap, its HTML & CSS Toolkit. I’ve been updating some projects with it yesterday and for my amazement they’ve changed class names and structural representation making updating my codebase a living hell.
Buisness is hard, especially to creatives due to freeloaders. I Wasn’t Paid celebrates that by exposing those fat fuckers.
Motivated by Paul Graham’s recent fatwa, there are articles popping everywhere with ideas on how to kill Hollywood.
I’ve been thinking about this for a long time. In fact, since podcasts went mainstream with the launch iTunes 4.9 I’ve been what would be the costs of opening an full fledged digital media production company.