If Jeffrey Zeldman got this right – and at this point in time I think he does – then hi summarized it pretty well: Larger type — type that actually encourages the […]
Certainly you’ve heard Hanlon’s razor in one way or another (“Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.”) and if you tried to apply it the question of […]
Doug Toft makes an interesting observation about self-help literature: Most business, self-help, and psychology books have a single purpose — to help readers create enduring and positive changes in their behavior.
With the new iMac Pro, Apple not only introduced the fastest Mac ever build, but also the most advanced desktop class machine in terms of security. The data on the […]
Many think the contract is a bad idea. Ten years is too long of a deal. If you take a look at hoe many coaches in the league now have […]
Our circumstances in life are different for everyone of us, our spawn point, the map, our character class. So one problem with advice is always the question of how much […]
Computer pioneer Alan Kay wrote an answer on Quora that is well worth a read as a whole. He also points out how we increase our effective capability to think: […]
Having learned to program, maybe even having a deeper insight into a particular niche, or some complimentary domain knowledge, you came a long way. If you think about it from […]