clientsfromhell:

How to hire a freelance designer. Thanks for the plug at the end, Karen.

I Like What I See is a Chrome extension to automatically click all “Like” links on Facebook. When you visit Facebook, click the thumbs up in the extension bar and start scrolling and liking. Liking and scrolling. Every instance of the word “Like” will be clicked. Don’t worry, Facebook is a fun place full of all of the stuff you like.

stevenklise/i-like-what-i-see · GitHub

The best Chrome extension?

(via thisistheverge)

(via thisistheverge)

fancyhands:

Friday.

Pretty much.

fancyhands:

Friday.

Pretty much.

Every October, New York City is overrun with college students, record label reps and artists for the CMJ Music Marathon. Some are CMJ veterans and know their way around town. This list is for the newbies. These apps will keep you fed, get you from event to event without getting lost (hopefully) and keep you awake and alert. It’s gonna be a long 5 days. Make sure you’re prepared!

Every October, New York City is overrun with college students, record label reps and artists for the CMJ Music Marathon. Some are CMJ veterans and know their way around town. This list is for the newbies. These apps will keep you fed, get you from event to event without getting lost (hopefully) and keep you awake and alert. It’s gonna be a long 5 days. Make sure you’re prepared!

Bobby the robot says hello :)

Bobby the robot says hello :)

8bitfuture:

Glass storage claimed to last million of years.
Hitachi have developed a quartz glass storage system which is able to hold about 40MB of data per square inch - about the same as a standard CD. By writing the data as binary using lasers to etch dots on four layers of glass, the technique should allow the data to be stored for perhaps hundreds of millions of years - unless, of course, the glass is smashed.
The glass can retain its data after being heated to 1,000°C, and isn’t damaged by radiation, water or most chemicals. The team behind it says adding more layers to increase the relatively small storage space shouldn’t be a problem.

WHOA

8bitfuture:

Glass storage claimed to last million of years.

Hitachi have developed a quartz glass storage system which is able to hold about 40MB of data per square inch - about the same as a standard CD. By writing the data as binary using lasers to etch dots on four layers of glass, the technique should allow the data to be stored for perhaps hundreds of millions of years - unless, of course, the glass is smashed.

The glass can retain its data after being heated to 1,000°C, and isn’t damaged by radiation, water or most chemicals. The team behind it says adding more layers to increase the relatively small storage space shouldn’t be a problem.

WHOA

(via 8bitfuture)

fasticon:

Scrollbars through history

fasticon:

Scrollbars through history

Treat your computer right.

Treat your computer right.


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