Róisín Murphy singing “You Know Me Better”, busking in London's Covent Garden…
Dave Goldenberg defines Alphaalpha as that “frantic time between the Product Requirements Document and the alpha release“… A time when people are so new to the organisation or project that they are too polite to tackle some difficult questions.
The article is about start ups, but much of what's discussed applies to any web or IT project.
Guerrilla artist/footballer Rémi Gaillard taking some urban penalty kicks…
A users guide on how to nap for anyone thinking of taking up this most rewarding of pastimes…
“None more black..” – except apparently it can, as the most blackest black has just be created in Rensselaer and Rice University. The new material reflects 0.045% light, where as your typical black reflects 5 to 10%…
Case you didn't spot reference
The BBC have today a very good article on “management speak”, those phrases that get bandied around the office and in meetings with little consideration to actully having meaning.
One good one picked up on, is people saying 110%, or indeed any amount beyond the actually possible 100%. This of course isn't limited to offices, sportspeople (football managers specifically) have been talking in terms of 150% percent and higher for quite a while.
Easy to mis-read that title, these are tools to make the page load faster, or rather to identify whats slowing down a page or website – and not tools to make you a faster web developer.
Topshop are providing a “Helmut Newton Machine” at their flagship stores over the Summer months and allowing anyone to go in, grab some clothes from the store and take some self-portrait in a mini-studio environment.
Of course Helmut Newton was quite famous for his more risqué photographs, but got a feeling Topshop won't let you try these (or at least publish them).
Mansinthe… short for Marilyn Manson Absinthe, which is 66.6% proof – a devilish touch.
Get some here http://www.absinthe.de
Good outline of the differences between Facebook Page and Facebook Group. I've recently had to make this (not very tough) decision, and went for the page after reading the following…