Last night web designer/developer Michael Dick talked to a Meetup group in Arlington, VA about his process in developing ⌘+Space, an online tool to build a portfolio from your Dribbble profile. While the talk was titled Building ⌘+Space in a Weekend, Dick actually took all of four (maybe five!) weekends to build the tool. A key takeaway?
Every time I open my bill from Cox Communications—aka, your friend in the digital age—I have a 1984 newspeak moment. You know, when black becomes white and bad becomes ungood. Like that. Because the bill is designed in a way to obfuscate what is really going on.