Favstar gets even better if you sign in.
A new social network from Google? About time. It’s been over a year since they announced their last one.
July 2049. “Grandpa, why is this photo so faded and tiny? Is it pre-digital?” “No, I made it that way using an app called Instagram.” “Why?”
“Huh, I just got an error dialog.” “A dialog? What is it?” “It’s a window with Cancel and OK buttons, but that’s not important right now.”
Every time a rendering engine dies, the Web becomes more efficient, but less resilient to future changes.
Any article on useit.com with “Best” in its title can safely be ridiculed. http://www.google.com/search?q=intitle%3Abest+site%3Auseit.com
“I’m hoping everyone agrees with me and the idea will be implemented.” New to open source software development, are you then?
Ikea? The last time I went to Ikea was before they switched to Verdana.
Great design makes success more likely. But Windows on PCs shows that it isn’t necessary, and Windows Phone shows that it isn’t sufficient.
If Google shut down tomorrow, the world wouldn’t miss Google Search as much as it would miss YouTube.
I’m now old & cranky enough that I no longer follow links without context. “This.”, “Mind blown.”, and “Just posted a photo” aren’t context.
“You’re using an unknown OS which doesn’t support Internet Explorer 9…” No, Microsoft, it’s your browser that doesn’t “support” my OS.
If you like @littlebigdetail’s interface examinations, here’s the 1990s equivalent. http://www.quinn.echidna.id.au/Quinn/WWW/HISubtleties/
Kiwi bachelor in London, working for Canonical designing the 99% of Ubuntu that isn’t Unity.