fitvillains:

Connecticut Shooting: Sandy Hook Elementary Teacher Kaitlin Roig Protected Her Students

“So I said to them… I need you to know that I love you very much and that it is going to be ok….I wanted them to know someone loved them, and I wanted that to be one of the last things they heard, not the gunfire in the hallway.”

adrifts:

“Brandversations” is an interesting project by Romania-based graphic designer Stefan Asafti. He switched the logos and slogans of the brands amongst themselves, ironically representing their rivalry.

“It is surprising how logos can influence other logos. The truth is that each pair of rivals has something in common, that something which has helped them to build one identity upon the other, this way becoming the biggest brands.” - Stefan Asafti

(via poptartcreative)

Daring Fireball Linked List: Dropbox: The Linchpin

minimalmac:

The scary part though, is that one recurrent theme I see in nearly every single “how I write on the iPad” story is Dropbox. It’s the linchpin in the workflow. Scary, because Dropbox is outside Apple’s control. Scary, because if not for Dropbox, many of these people would be using their iPads as much as they are. Scary, because Apple’s iCloud falls short of Dropbox.

As one of those who wrote a book on my iPad… Yep. That’s my experience as well. 

(Source: jenniferleon, via walktogether)

minimalmac:

warbyparker:

Ten years of evolution: 2011 iPod vs. 2001 iPod.

Progress.

minimalmac:

warbyparker:

Ten years of evolution: 2011 iPod vs. 2001 iPod.

Progress.

ik3lly:

perf

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