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10 July 2012

Writing

  1. Face.com closes its API after Facebook purchase

    Face.com announce they’re closing their API only three weeks after saying how they’ll keep supporting their developers.

Comments posted on other sites

  1. Markdown Editing for Sublime Text 2: humble beginning - Brett Terpstra

    I might be missing something, as no one else seems to have this problem, but I can’t work out how…

Links

  1. The physical constraints of London’s streets | As Easy As Riding A Bike

    Countering the “London’s streets are two narrow for proper Dutch-style cycling lanes” idea with many, many photos of London’s wide main roads. (via Cyclists in the City)

  2. Another Studio - MONUmini Barbican Tower

    10cm tall stainless steel sheet model of a Barbican tower.

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @hondanhon Shut up about displays Dan! I'm trying to decide if an 8" iPad would go better with my MaBook and iPhone than a 10" iPad!

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @paulpod I expect the UN has an agency specifically focused on eradicating blocky websites from the world's retina screens.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Had enough of pundits agonising over sizes iPads, whether to design for retina displays, blah blah. I should read people with real problems,

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Me writing about Face.com closing its APIs and ranting a little about tech acquisitions: bit.ly/Ou65fB

  • philgyford’s avatar

    400th check-in at the BRIG. Can't wait for my prize! A medal? A sticker? A piece of whimsical future-retro Internet-connected old tat?

    Westminster, England, United Kingdom

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @phl Ah. They don't make it immediately obvious. They should adopt your tweet as a tagline.

  • Liked tweets

  • Joethepublicist’s avatar

    Sales of the 50 Shades trilogy last week were almost twice as high as the sales of the next bestselling 1,000 paperback novels combined